Everybody has their "things." You know, issues that are both points of personal pride and points of annoyance in others. One of mine (I have far too many, and I'm working on that) is thank you notes. Just as I believe people in general don't say "I'm sorry" enough, I also don't think people say "Thank you" enough. While "I'm sorry" can smooth things over, "thank you" can open things up — to more warmth, to a stronger bond, to many things.Aside from practical and logistical issues, saying thank you somehow, some way is a basic courtesy. Writing a note to thank someone for a thoughtful gift? It's the easiest of all thank yous, really. A couple or three sentences, an envelope, a stamp and just a few minutes and you are done. Without a doubt, it took the sender far longer and took a much greater effort to get that item to you. And with fewer and fewer people engaging in actual written correspondence, handwritten notes delivered by the mail carrier deliver a great big smile, too, for adults and children alike.
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