In general, we should always think before choosing to use a four letter word. Correct?
even when it’s “sorry”
“I’m sorry” rolls off the tounge so easily doesnt’ it? Almost too easily.
“I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to” or “I’m sorry, but I have an excuse”
Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry.
With this overuse, have we have all but taken the true meaning of sorry out of “I’m sorry”? Last week I stopped by FOX 12 Oregon …
to chat about the true meaning of “I’m sorry” and gracious reminders for using this most powerful word.
When do you want to hear those powerful four letters?