Since I was a child, I have always pointed out the things I thought were "perfect" or "ideal" by stating loudly, "MOM! This is the perfect [insert noun here]!" While eating a bowl of strawberries covered in powdered sugar, I'd hold up the strawberry with the most ideal shape and color - no imperfections. And I wouldn't eat that strawberry until it was the very last one in the bowl. I've done this my whole life with just about anything. Here is the beginning of my documentation of the things I see in my every day life that look as if they came out of a children's coloring book... 1. Have you ever seen a bunch of grapes hang so nicely?