Recently I found a stack of thank you cards that I never finished. Some are from Levi’s birthday (January). THe others are from Christmas.
Can I just say how devastating this is?
I have a personal value that gifts should always be acknowledged by a thank you card. It’s something I try to always do.
For both of these occasions I printed out cute cards that I made myself. (Put a little effort into it already, you know?)
I have my lists of who needs to be thanked.
And then they got buried under the mounds of other stuff in that one cubby hole in my office shelves that I avoid that’s full of things to be filed and paperwork to sort out…
and never saw the light of day again until… later.
Now we are looking at three and four months late.
What do I do?
Chalk it up as a thank you fail and move on?
Of write the cards with a “better late than never” mentality? (Almost more embarassing, I think?)
Would people be blessed to receive a thank you this far down the track? Or is that just weird.
I’m seriously considering moving on… but then there’s this thing. This thing I have about doing them.
Does this happen to anyone else? Do you have “rules” for yourself that you sometimes wish you didn’t but that you also don’t want to give up because you think they;re important? (And was that a long, non-sensical sentence, or what?)
Q for you: What’s one of your personal “things” that you just have to do… but sometimes with you didn’t?
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