Has someone ever made a confession that is so random and yet so spot on, you just want to start yelling, “Me too! Me too”?
Well, I was hanging out at book club last week (book club equals Erika-crushing-wine-and-appetizers event), and a friend confessed that she often buys cards for occasions and then doesn’t send them.
Not, forgets to send them.
No, she buys Mother’s day cards, birthdays cards, you name it, spends the time to pick out the perfect card, then when push comes to shove, never sits down to write and send it. She has every intention of wanting to send the cards, but, with the reality of having to send them, she has some sort of mental block.
And the whole time, I wanted to jump out of my chair and yell, “Me too! Me too!”
Weird, right? But it’s true. I love picking out cards for people. It’s just that now I have a stack of carefully picked cards in my closet.
On the complete other end of the spectrum, I listened to a podcast where the speaker intentionally sent out a thank you card every day. I was floored. What a beautiful thing to do! I, personally, love getting special cards in the mail. (Actually, I love getting any mail—just ask my husband.) And there are a lot of people that have affected my life for the better, whether or not they know it. Maybe they should know it.
So, I am growing and trying it. Not writing a thank you card a day—at least, not to start—but I will be writing unexpected thank you cards to let others know how I feel.
Longest story ever, but that is how I came to design these thank you cards and tags 😊
I hope you enjoy them and are able to use them to tell someone how you feel.
The thank you cards are mini thank you cards. Very cute in size, but still big enough to be sent in the mail 🤗. Each one fits perfectly in an A1 (4 Bar) envelope.