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I think it depends on the situation when you are recieving the gifts. For Christmas and birthdays I do not send thank you notes. For graduations, weddings, baby showers, and other special occasions I feel it is good to write a thank you note to whomever gave you a gift. It just shows gratitude. I don't think it would be a bad idea to send Thank You's on Christmas and for birthdays, it's just something I don't do.
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A Thank You is always in my heart, on my lips, I wish I could say that it always makes it to paper too, but it doesnt always.
For the most part a verbal thank you.
I thank them when I receive it and then call in a few days to say that I used it and loved it.
Good morning Debbie. No notes, always call to thank the person.
Good morning Debbie. We write a thank you note on every transaction that we do. We, as a team, feel that it is the right thing to do in a world that doesn't say thank you.
Debbie Reynolds I believe you know my answer....lol!
Personal Notes with a small gift care (Starbucks, Dunkin Donut etc.) is the best way to go!
I do both. It depends on the people involved, the scenario and the gift.
thaNK you notes!
Some of both
If you've got x number of notes per week, this is a great excuse to send one!
I write thank you notes, etc. for any act of kindness.
Write hand-written notes absolutely
For business gifts I usually send a thank you note. For personal gifts usually a thank you is fine.
YES, personal notes are much better than emails or calls. SOmetimes i do call and follow it up by a a personal note
totally depends. I don't send my mom, husband, daughter thank you notes, but I do for others. Hmmm. that's something to think about.
Debbie I received a gift from a client for Christmas. I was/am overwhelmed. Not quite sure how to express my gratitude in the time he had to spend on this item, without it seeming cheesy? etc. Funny you ask the question when I am in the middle of being at a loss. Mark
Write notes the old fashioned way. Shows more appreciation which the younger gen doesn't bother with.
Debbie Reynolds Yes!
I send thank you notes for gifts received unless there is an exchange of gifts.
Depends on distance and relationship. I write thank you notes to those I don't see as often, and those I see several times a week, I thank them several times.
Old school here and I think a hand written thank you is appreciated.
I do both, though more commonly e-cards now.
It depends. For some it's a written note. For others it's a thank you call.
It depends on who the gift is from. If it is someone other than family, I write a note.
It depends on the situation. A
I just say thanks. I'm not a big card fan.
The only one whom does not get a thank you note is Santa!
I now take the time to write a thank you note to them.
I have been sending hand written thank you notes since I was 5 years old and see no reason to stop now. ;-)
I always write a thank you note, and if it's a gift from a Rainer, I post it with a thank you....
Thank you notes definitely. That was one of Mama's rules growing up and I still do them. I enjoy doing them because it's an opportunity to make somebody's day.
I thank in person, but the written note is a nice touch.
Typically I write thank you cards- but during Christmas season I think a verbal thank you is sufficient.
Guilty of not writing enough thank you notes! A handwritten thank you note is so powerful