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  1. Anne C
    January 10, 2017 @ 9:04

    Great post! I feel really happy when I get even just a simple thank-you-text. I feel that he or she really liked the gift and appreciated my effort. 🙂

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    • Rita
      January 11, 2017 @ 9:04

      I do as well. I love knowing that the person liked the gift enough to tell me in written word whether it is a text or note. It means so much more than just saying it somehow.

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  2. Anne
    January 10, 2017 @ 9:04

    Just today, I received a lovely thank-you note in the mail. I had sent a box of homemade baked goods a week before Christmas, but the Post Office messed up and didn’t deliver the package until well after Christmas. Thank goodness everything was still edible! But I digress. My point is that I was very touched that they enjoyed their gift so much that they put pen to paper to let me know. It got me thinking, and tomorrow I’ll write a couple of notes myself.

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    • Rita
      January 11, 2017 @ 9:04

      No one ever writes notes or letters anymore. At least they rarely do. I’m am so thrilled that they loved your gift enough to express their thanks and that it has inspired you. I always make the kids write a thank you note for every gift they receive. Even if it is from Santa. I want them to have good manners.

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  3. Rebecca b
    January 11, 2017 @ 9:04

    Lovely reminders of the things we were taught as children and tend to lose track of.

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    • Rita
      January 11, 2017 @ 9:04

      We do a lot of the times. I think that life and the world just seems to get into the way and we are left with a bitterness that we don’t mean to have.

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