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February 22, 2009


Tom Roux

These are wonderful examples, and so simple to create. Thanks for sharing them.
It amazes me how few people are able to due the decent thing in sending a thoughtful card to someone who's experiencing a difficult time. The best note I've ever received came from a close colleague shortly after I'd been unceremoniously laid off from my job. It read, "Words do not suffice. -Gail" I knew precisely what she meant and she didn't have to agonize over her word choice in order to send the very kind thought.


Tom, thanks for sharing that perfect example.

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