In this age of emails and texts, the Thank You card seems superfluous and perhaps even “too much.” Mr. Rogers brings the art of saying Thank You back to basics. Take some time this Thanksgiving weekend to stop and thank someone. It doesn’t have to be a grand gesture for a great sacrifice. Make it an unexpected response to a small kindness. But do it to show you noticed.
Here are some simple and lovely ideas for homemade Thank You cards for the kids to make from the PBS site. But purchased cards with a sincere note of thanks work too.
Stop in to see some of the blogs over on the yeah write moonshine grid. It’ll make you want to write a Thank You card to the blogosphere.