Friday, November 18, 2016

#ThankfulActs Challenge: Send a Thanksgiving Card

Thanksgiving is next week, and my blogging about #ThankfulActs will soon be replaced with blogging about #LightTheWorld.  I definitely think that preparing a thankful heart, and acting upon that thankfulness, segues nicely into daily acts of service in December.  

Today's challenge is to take the time to send a card of Thanksgiving to someone (or more than one someone!)  Unfortunately, we can't always be in the physical presence of friends and family, but a card in the mailbox can let them know we are thinking of them.  

I need to buy some postage stamps, but I'll be mailing out some cards as soon as they are stamped.

Photo:  A vintage Thanksgiving card, with two children moving a huge pumpkin, with the caption, "Best wishes for a good Thanksgiving."

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Thanks for Thanksgiving.

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  1. A good idea - receiving a card in the mailbox always brightens someone's day.

    1. Dropping cards into the mailbox makes me feel good, too. :-)


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