Do You Still Write Thank You Notes? {The Daily Dash: April 25, 2019}

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I’m talking about a lost art today…

Do You Still Write Thank You Notes? {The Daily Dash: April 25, 2019}


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Readiness means having a right relationship with God and having the knowledge of where we are ~ Oswald Chambers


Do you still send handwritten thank you notes? I’m afraid it’s becoming a lost art form, but I will fight that to the end!

Last night, I decided to handwrite notes to all the seniors in my class. And as I was doing it, it also made me ponder whether or not they’ll be able to read my cards because I write in cursive (something else that’s not taught in schools anymore).

I sat quietly and presented each student’s name before the Lord and then simply wrote what He brought to my head, including a characteristic to pray over them in the coming year.

At the same time, I had my son write notes to some family members. I know I get push back, but in an era where we get so little “happy mail” in our mailboxes anymore, a handwritten note is always so appreciated.

So what say you? Do you still send cards in the mail?

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As we talk about writing thank you cards, may we all think of others before ourselves today.

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Hope you have a great day, make sure you make it great and don’t forget to tell someone you love how you feel about them!

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