Grrrrrr

Feb 25th, 2011 | By | Category: Geri Roskopf's Blog

“Grrrrrr…” I know it’s not a word in the dictionary; it’s sort of a sound I make when I get really frustrated and don’t want to let something else fly out of my mouth that I know I will regret later.

My husband makes me “Grrrrrr” a lot – when I find little pieces of paper in the dryer and it ends up to be a credit card receipt from his pocket, or when I’ve been working alongside with him for the past 12 hours and he asks “What’s for dinner?”

I probably make him “Grrrrr” too, sometimes. But hey, when you’re married it’s a two-way street.

Kids, employees, customers, telemarketers, the list goes on. They can all make me “Grrrrr” at times.

Not sure what the rest of you do to let your frustrations out. I suppose some of you yell or slam doors. I don’t think you can be in the towing business without getting frustrated with something or someone. I think the key is to have a way of dealing with it that lets off the steam but doesn’t hurt anything or anyone else.

Take it from me – saying “Grrrrrr” is a lot less expensive than breaking something or hurting someone’s feelings.