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September 18, 2010


Karen in Ohio

When I was in my early 20's one of my all-time favorite employers gave me the best advice I've ever had: You cannot say "thank you" too many times.

I've tried to pass that one on to my girls, and so far, so good.

Recently, I had Jonas Brothers concert tickets no one in our family wanted, so I passed them onto a friend for her 8-year old granddaughter. Imagine our surprise and delight when we got an adorable "thank you" note.

Hank Phillippi Ryan

yes, it's such a treat! Our next door neighbors, very well brought up, taught their little girls from day one (or so) that thank you notes are a necessity.

SO from before the time they could even write, they've dictated their notes to their Mom. And now, as they years go by, we watch their signatures change. And soon, they'll be able to write them on their own. SO CUTE! And so wise.

Vickie B

Sadly, thank you notes, like really well-behaved children, are the exception and not the norm. I say thank you to the parents of the well-behaved children and I say thank you for the thank you notes. As well as send them out.

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