high standard of quality…

high standard of quality

A squeaky wheel is not a sign of low quality.  A squeaky wheel has a quality all its own… it’s squeaky.  Over the last few days, Frank and I have put our heads together (the first time was an accident… involving a faucet, a toothbrush and the wrong kind of toothpaste).  We tried to figure out what my best qualities were and how to exploit them without depleting  them.  The first part took a majority of an afternoon.  The one thing we kept coming back to was my super-squirrel ability to annoy.  I think it’s just a part of my DNA… I could annoy a monk if you gave me enough time.  I don’t need anything specific to practice this art, I am the MacGuyver of annoyance.

So, I’m going to be annoying.  I’m really going to be annoying.

Comedian Steve Martin once said, “Be so good they can’t ignore you.”

Bob the Squirrel says: “Be so annoying they can’t ignore you.”