No Thank You!

United States
August 16, 2008 10:15pm CST
I was reading this article about what you can do to help a friend who has a lot on his or her plate. It gave all sort of suggestions. Lastly, it suggested that you tell the person you insist on a "no thank you notes" policy. Instead the person should take a walk or sip a glass of wine. I was insulted by that. What is the world coming to?! If my pan of lasagna or my basket of homemade muffins in not worth a thank you note, I will be the one to take that walk!
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@relundad (2311)
• United States
17 Aug 08
LOL I dont think that it means don't mean acknowlege the gift,gesture or whatever it is. I think its just that formal thank you notes are not-so the norm now. I read somewhere that in todays technology that a phone call, text or email is now acceptable and often preferred.
• United States
17 Aug 08
I even if it was e-mail or phone call, that is acceptable. In this article they did not mention that. They said to do something for yourself instead.
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@relundad (2311)
• United States
17 Aug 08
Well that would be just plain rudeness...