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October 24, 2018


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Agree! Agree! Agree!

Rebecca Harris

Thanks for the great column. And now I know what I'm going to do with my leftover supplies after I'm finished writing #PostCardsToVoters.

Michele Fideler

Thanks for the inspiration! I was just at Papyrus last night smiling over all the beautiful notecards, and wondering if I would use them if I bought them. Maybe I will!

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Thanks for your comments, Cecilia, Rebecca, and Michele.

Cecilia, yes! yes! yes!

Rebecca, good thinking!

Michele, sometimes I don't use a particular card for a couple of years, but then it's the perfect one. I love having a collection to choose from. Go for it.



Great advice! I've observed in my work place that a particular leader has earned a wonderful reputation for sending thank you notes. Staff display them proudly and with appreciation. In return, everyone is eager to assist that leader and her team. The notes spread joy and appreciation and also promote productivity and collaboration between teams.


I’ve sent cards for all the occasions you have listed. Some people will tell me they got my card and thank me. My older relatives love my cards and many times it’s their kids who tell me how much my cards are appreciated. I send cards because I like doing it and when I know the receiver likes getting them it makes my day too.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Elaine, what a powerful example! Thanks for sharing it.


Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Jackie, thanks for spreading joy in the world.


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