~not realistic (*wink*); not sensible or appropriate; not able to see things as they really are
A kindergarten will read War and Peace within the first week of the school year.
One individual, with no weapon, can take down an entire Army squadron.
Standardized tests can definitely determine the educational well-being of the nation's schools.
Those are ones that came to me when this post was started. I asked on Facebook what others thought of 'unrealistic'. Here are their answers:
- Physically/technically possible but very unlikely.
- Not based on facts. Not researched.
- Not real. Trying to think when I have said it or heard it, it is usually paired to goals. As a caution. Making goals or plans that can be achieved, even far fetched, challenging or on the edge, but not unrealistic. (not sure if that's supposed to say "realistic" on the end there...)
- The thought I might ever run a marathon.
- My to-do / responsibilities list.
- Doing the same thing over and over again the same way and expecting a different result when it didn't work the first time.
- Cleaning out my office while actually typing on Facebook.
- Naïve hopes and dreams. Like cleaning and organizing all the nooks and crannies in my house.
- Closing my eyes and opening them to find my to do list is accomplished?
- A world where no one makes assumptions.
- Our expectations of ourselves and others.
- When you shouldn't keep on hoping for change and yet you still do.
- A rested mama.
- Dinosaurs living in the present time.
That's the "U is for..." entry in the Blogging through the Alphabet, curtesy of my Facebook friends :D Check out Ben and Me for more U entries or search abcblogging.