I have a lot to be thankful for both in and out of my blog life.
My thanks always go to my readers and followers, as without them, my blog wouldn’t exist.
The 10 weeks of Thursday applause for our NHS and those in the front line was a united effort to show the Nation’s thanks to those who we so often take for granted.
It costs nothing to say Thank You.
Hubby and I say it all the time to shop staff who serve us at the counters or on the shop floor if we’ve got a query. We’ve discovered it can be the two most important words in our vocabulary, as it can lift someone’s spirits and raise a smile. Both of us have worked with the public and know what a thankless task it can be, so for someone to say ‘Thank You’ or simply ‘Thanks’ makes it all worthwhile.
The most precious Thank You I ever had was from the mother of a foster child who stayed with me for a fortnight. She never had a good word to say about anyone, and never thanked anybody for anything, but I got a letter. I still have it.