Aesop's Fable Friday
A Crab once left the seashore and went and settled in a meadow some way inland, which looked very nice and green and seemed likely to be a good place to feed in.
But a hungry Fox came along and spied the Crab and caught him.
Just as he was going to be eaten up, the Crab said, "This is just what I deserve; for I had no business to leave my natural home by the sea and settle here as though I belonged to the land."
Moral of the story: Be happy with what you have.
Here I go again. I have to disagree with that moral. Seems to me it ought to be something like, 'Only fools try to be what they are not.'