Half empty or Half full

While sitting on the couch with my three kids this morning, my seven year-old daughter Kennedy looked over and rhetorically asked, “Dad, do you know how you can tell the difference between a half empty and half full glass?”

half full or half empty

Of course I said, “Yes” (This was at 5:04 AM so this topic is appropriate).

Kennedy continued, “When you are emptying the glass, it is half empty, when you are filling it, it is half full.”

I said, “Wow, that makes sense.”

She said, “Is that right?”

A proud father of a logical, rational daughter replied, “Kennedy, no one has ever explained it more clearly to me. Good job, thank you.”


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