Thankful Thursdays are about gratitude and being thankful for what you already have in your life.
Thank you letters/cards
Today’s post is about thanking someone who has helped you to be a better version of you.
It could be a parent or family member, teacher, friend or even the coffee person at your local café. We can often take these people for granted in our lives and forget to say thank you for their time, their sacrifices, their patience and a myriad of other things they have contributed to making us better folk.
So, here’s your chance to say thanks. Write them a letter (not a typed letter or email, but a real handwritten letter or note) expressing your thanks for making your life better in some way. If that’s too confronting, head down to the newsagency, buy a card, and include a short note with that. If possible, think about the elderly people in your life who are currently in isolation and would love a little pick me up in the mail to make their day. Let them know you are thinking of them and the impact they have had on you and how you feel about it. If you have kids, you can get them to write or draw their own cards and post these off at regular intervals (ie. weekly) to their grandparents, if appropriate.