My Glass is Half-Full

Tom at QAQNA asked if my glass was half-full. I can be quite pessimistic, but in general, I try to see the positive side of things. So, here are the answers to the four simple questions:

  1. How full is your glass? Definitely on the half-full side. In fact, filled to the top.
  2. What kind of glass is it? A high water glass
  3. What’s in the glass? Water, orange juice, or milk.
  4. Reasons for #1, #2, & #3? I don’t drink coffee and I think water, orange juice, and milk are all good for me. I don’t think you can wrong if something tastes good and is good for you.

Let’s see. Meikah? Becky? Joe?  You’re next!

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5 Responses to “My Glass is Half-Full”

  1. CustServ: Customer Relations: The New Competitive Edge said:

    Jun 08, 07 at 4:52 am

    […] coffee can, ramblings, glass water, work smarter not harder My glass is half full, ready to be of service 8 Jun 2007 Yesterday, I was tagged by Doug of Service Untitled, who was tagged by Tom Vander Wellof QAQna, who was in turn tagged by Terry Starbucker of Ramblings from Ramblings From a Glass Half-Full. […]

  2. Terry Starbucker said:

    Jun 08, 07 at 6:13 am

    Thanks for participating in this meme. Tastes good and good for you is an unbeatable combination! All the best.

  3. Service Untitled said:

    Jun 08, 07 at 9:47 am

    My pleasure, Terry! Thanks for starting it.

  4. Meikah Delid said:

    Jun 12, 07 at 8:24 pm

    I had fun analyzing my coffee mug, and it’s a good exercise on having a good outlook in career, and in life. 🙂

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