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I’m all for blue-sky thinking, it’s great to be positive and I’m sure that it works wonders for many. However, I find realism a lot less disappointing to deal with. My husband is forever telling me that I’m too negative, whereas I prefer to consider myself as prepared.
It’s all very well looking at your glass as ‘half full’ but it’s even better to have another bottle in the fridge ready to refill that ‘half empty’ glass. See? Planning ahead is a useful quality, it’s not negative at all!
So when I see clouds in the sky, I think to myself ‘it may rain’ thus I’ve packed my coat in the car or I’ve already wrapped up warm for the inevitable. Should it become hot and sunny, I can always remove said coat, wrap it around my waist or use it as a picnic blanket should I fancy a sit-down.
After all, it’s better to be with than without…