Making the most of the least
Everyone says it, but has any of us ever really thought about what it means?
“It” is the casserole someone might bring for a grieving family who is focused on more trying things than what to eat for dinner or the free-of-charge afternoon of babysitting a relative might provide a desperately exhausted mom and dad.
“Least,” as we all know, means the lowest, the most base of comparisons.
The word “could” insinuates ability or illustrates skill to commit to a certain action.