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How to Write a Funeral Thank You Notes

Posted on : 24-08-2010 | By : admin | In : Funeral Thank You Notes

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Funeral Thank You Notes BlogFor some people, the etiquette of writing a thank you note is somewhat rusty. They feel awkward when they sit down to write words of gratitude. This article is for them.

The first thing you want to do when writing a funeral thank you notes is choose the card. You want to think about the person who the card is meant for and the occasion or favor they did for you. You can choose a blank or colored card and add the pizzazz yourself if the person receiving the gif is someone who would appreciate that. If the thank you note is for a relatively distant relative or professional acquaintance a no nonsense, dignified thank you note should be used.

So what do you put inside this chosen card? First comes the greetings: “Dear so and so,” Ok, and then immediately thank the person for the favor, gift, or action that you appreciated: “Thank you for the nice pair of mittens.” Next explain why that gift, action, or favor was appreciated: “These will sure keep my hands warm this summer. We are supposed to get three feet of snow!” Make it personal: “I remember your hot cocoa we used to drink after coming in from the snow at your house. Now, you will always be keeping me warm!” Hint at a hope to see them again soon: “Can’t wait to see you at Uncle George’s party in March!” Thank them again for the gift to really let them feel appreciated: “Thanks again for the warm mittens!” And last but not least, sign: “Love,” “Sincerely,” “Regards,” and your name. Choose the best closing for the intended person and you are done!

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You shouldn’t sweat too much about the small stuff. As long as you say thank you, the receiver won’t care how perfect the card is. Everyone likes to hear thank you every once in a while. Also, please send it on real, touchable paper, no emails. The world of technology is greatly convenient but don’t let it take away your ability to be personal. We aren’t robots who live inside computers.

Writing thank you notes for after a funeral can be a extra challenge. There is a book written to help those who are in sorrow with their writing needs. Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep is a book filled with poems, eulogies, and writings that you may find helpful in this time of distress.

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