A Writer’s Playground–a place to find wordplay, writing prompts, reasons to celebrate, and monthly calendar activities for kids and those young at heart “F is for Full, Half Full…(Part 2 of 2)” by Linda Martin Andersen
This month I’m sharing photos and blog posts from A-Z. I’m excited about trying something new. I hope you’ll stop by often throughout the month.
Check out the participants for the April (2016) Challenge. There are plenty to choose from http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/
Close up of gas gauge. Copyright 2016. Linda Martin Andersen
F is for Full, Half Full…(Part 2 of 2)
We all know the expression “Is the glass half full or half empty?” Today, I’d like you to focus on “F–F is for Full, Half Full.”
What does full look like in your life? Half full?
How do you celebrate the full moments? Do you give thanks? What about the half full ones? And now for an even bigger challenge: can you celebrate or give thanks even on half empty or empty days?
Is it possible to move from full to empty in the same day? Likewise, is it possible to move from empty to full in the same day?
Do you know the expression “rock bottom” or “hit bottom?” http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/hit+bottom
Here’s a motivational video about hitting rock bottom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yBU1ELFXfk
If an experiment proved… that half full and half empty are equal measures, which description would best describe how you approach life? What is your perspective? Do you lean toward the negative or the positive? If you tend to lean toward the negative, would you want to change that? How could you?
In yesterday’s blog post, I stated that “Some people’s circumstances appear to be half empty at best and yet they seem happy or are doing their best to get on with their life. What’s their secret?” https://lindamartinandersen.wordpress.com/2016/04/06/e-is-for-empty-half-empty-part-1-of-2/
I hope this two-day series has you looking at Empty/half empty and Full/half full in a different light. I’d love to hear your comments.
What “F” words come to mind for you? I hope you’ll share why they’re special to you.
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