Posts Tagged ‘ Merriam-Webster dictionary ’

Learning to Recognize Our Superheroes, While Striving to be Character Models

May 1st, 2023

The term “superhero” was first used in 1899. Since then, definitions vary. I like a combination of the definitions from Merriam –Webster dictionary and the Britannica dictionary for real people: exceptionally skillful people and those who do dangerous work. On April 25, the National Fenestration Rating Council’s (NFRC) Women in Fenestration group met to discuss […]

The Biggest Flex Is Being Flexible

Apr 10th, 2023

“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” – George Bernard Shaw. The official Merriam-Webster dictionary lists change as a transitive verb, and I’m not arguing with the authority, but I think of it more as a noun. Change – like gravity – is a constant “thing” in life and […]