Indeed, in the midst of the Civil War with family pitted against family and the death and destruction of successive battles riddling the country, it is natural that Abraham Lincoln would have looked back to the "better" days, reflecting through rose-colored glasses
on the founding of the American colonies.
Narcissists make spectacles of their supposedly awesome selves, but they don't see the world entirely through rose-colored glasses
Narcissistic people tend to let everyone know around them that they are the best individuals, but studies show that narcissistic people do not see the world through rose-colored glasses
The prosecutor's office is aware of that, but looks at this case through rose-colored glasses
," the president's press service cited President Roza Otunbaeva as saying.
Dawnna Dukes said, according to the Austin American-Statesman, "Those rose-colored glasses
are way too thick.
Don't mistake me for a Pollyanna wearing rose-colored glasses
I worry that they are wearing rose-colored glasses
Your uncle, Sam, has great hindsight, but his foresight is hampered by his tendency to wear thick, rose-colored glasses
If she had taken off her rose-colored glasses
a bit more, the book would have been even better.
Maybe I'm looking through rose-colored glasses
, but from what I've seen, we have enough good players at all the positions to compete with anybody," he said.
7 percent despite the global credit crunch and subsequent financial crisis, it has been possible for the business sector to look at the economic situation with rose-colored glasses
Themed chapters include Bubbletinis, Mixed and Muddled, Floral-Flavored, Rose-Colored Glasses
, Latin Libations and Happy Endings (desserts), among others.
But his take on the recession is not viewed through rose-colored glasses
While some municipal leaders have already begun to recognize and address social and environmental sustainability issues, many are still wearing their rose-colored glasses
when they plan for livable communities.
In materials, the rose-colored glasses
on users' noses continue to interfere with a realistic assessment of true market conditions.