Glass Not Half Anything

141317.first panel Rose is RoseMy father had some great ways of looking at things. I asked him once about the whole glass half empty versus half full metaphor for life. His answer wasn’t what I expected. He just matter-of-factly and confidently stated his wasn’t either one. His glass was completely full. He had this great grin on his face. So peaceful. He refused to accept that things were limited, or at least that’s how I interpreted it. Continue reading

What's In Dinner?

I saw a commercial today that actually made an interesting point. It spoke of the much greater frequency of the question, “What’s for dinner?” rather than, “What’s in dinner?” Change one simple little preposition and the entire meaning changes. While advertising a product I would still not consider all that… Continue reading