Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Thank You Note Etiquette vs. Nothing

My new dry cleaner wrote this handwritten letter and it arrived in a more timely fashion than actual thank you letters I've received or not received in the past- truth be told..

Not that I keep track, but still awaiting a thank you note for a wedding gift (aka cash) that was sent LAST November.

Who else keeps track of this type of thing ??? 

5 comments:

Rebecca Jo said...

haha - glad to know I'm not alone.
I still have weddings from YEARSSSSSS ago I never received anything from. & then there's the people that you get a thank you note for a kind word the next day. People are all different - that's for sure.

Margaret (Peggy or Peg too) said...

ME!!
A simple thank you on note paper is fine. But a Friggin' thank you is the right thing to do and waiting a year for one is unacceptable to me. We've lost our manners. "we" being society. It shows in all kinds of ways doesn't it?

Roshni said...

I generally don't notice or think about it that much, but I definitely make it a point to thank anyone who does something nice or gives me a gift!

mypixieblog said...

Awwww, how nice that you received a wonderful thank-you note from your dry cleaners. Man, what a dying art, huh??

I don't even want to get into the fact that my ENTIRE FAMILY was invited to my bestie's wedding YEARS ago... and we all gifted generously, b/c we grew up together, and blah blah blah. I friggin took a plane to Oklahoma to meet her hubby's family and NOTHING. NO thank you or anything. Call me old fashioned, but common decency comes in the form of a thank you note handwritten to every member of your bridal party AND guest at your wedding.

Hmph.

Charlotte Klein said...

I MISS YOU! Hope all is well with you, Carma :) XOXO

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