When life’s inconveniences come your way, even ones that are more than a “little” inconvenient, are you able to see the bright side? In other words, things could always be worse. Say you have a fender bender. You immediately get worked up about who’s fault it was, over your insurance rates going up, what your spouse is going to think, etc. But, wait. No one was hurt, thank God! And, after all, you do have insurance if it’s your fault. And there are shops that can fix your car. This is not to make light of things like auto accidents. Some are very serious. But that’s just an example of how in our minds we can go right to the “glass half empty” reasoning, when, in the end, we might want to try to see things from a “glass half full” perspective. That’s our topic on Wednesday. Call with your takes for Jerry and Debbie and the world!