Word of the Day: Fantastic

fan·tas·tic /fanˈtastik/ adjective: 1. imaginative or fanciful “Children seem to need, then, a delicate balance between the realistic and the fantastic in their art; enough of the realistic to know that the story matters, enough of the fantastic to make what matters wonderful.” Eric S. Rabkin, 1946 – 2. unusual, or unlikely “Poetry, even when apparently most fantastic, is always a revolt against artifice, a revolt, in a sense, against actuality.” James Joyce, 1882 – 1941 pictured: Rotarians with happy Dickson County third graders, TN.