- June 27, 2008 at 12:18 pm #258982
I agree that it should be a nice sentiment to send a thank you. I
always take circumstances into consideration as well. For instance,
this young man is about to head off to basic training. That is thanks
enough for what he is giving of himself.
On the other hand, I just sent a graduation card with money to my
graduating family member. I was informed by my grandmother that this
person will not be sending out thank you’s as she is too self-centered
and busy with her social life this summer. That disgusts me!
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Ann Garner
> At 07:18 AM 6/27/2008, you wrote:
> >My son is leaving for Army Reserves basic training on Tuesday. He
> >has yet to do thank you notes for the gifts he received for
> >graduating high school. Would it be ok if I have him sign the cards
> >and I write in the actual notes to each person? The notes would
> >never get done otherwise.
> Does he ever sit and watch tv? If so, set the cards, envelopes, ink
> pen, everything he needs in a small container and have it by where he
> watches tv. Tell him it sure would be nice if he could get the cards
> done during commercial time. I know I get a lot of stuff done around
> here during commercial time. 🙂
> Ann in Arkansas
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