Do you express your gratitude out of habit, like a throwaway, or because you mean it? Saying “thank you” can be easily overlooked, and in today’s society, the phrase might seem pointless.
“Thank you” tells of gratitude. The recipient feels good upon hearing you say the phrase, and the giver feels glad they said something.
As author girl Vicki, I recently attended a book convention, my first since Covid struck. The affair was not a humongous two thousand-attendee event but on the smaller side which was more intimate.
As I reflected on the experience and the people I met, I realized I had to add more to my thank yous–
To the readers–you adopted my friend and me. You wanted to know about my books. You bought some and have already written a review. You brought me chocolate, cookies, and water. You saved me a seat at mealtimes. You…
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