Budget101 Discussion List Archives Budget101 Discussion List OT: Graduation Thank you notes

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      I agree that it is courteous to send a thank-you note after receiving a gift. On the other hand,I don’t get all in an uproar if someone does not send me the note. When I give a gift, it is because I wanted too.

      I give it with no strings attached .

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      I don’t understand this position of -I’ll give you a gift if I get a formal Thank-You, but if I don’t then you never get anything from me again. Why did you give the gift to begin with? Was it because you love the person and wanted to bless them?

      Was it to get recognition for what you gave? Was it out of a sense of obligation and by GodI want to be recognized for for meeting that obligation.
      The graciousness with which a gift is given is just as important as the way it is received. As the giver, I am only concerned with the graciousness of my giving.

      Diane

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Budget101 Discussion List OT: Graduation Thank you notes