The lovely thank you words provided here might assist you in expressing your appreciation to your aid (s). I consider myself fortunate to have you as a friend. I'd want to convey my gratitude to you for your kindness throughout those trying days. I will be forever thankful. The list can be made up of anything that you want to say, from flowers to gifts to meals to favors. Just remember to let the person know how much they mean to you.
Here are some suggestions on what to give or do for a thank you gift:
Give a simple but meaningful gift. Something small but special that tells the other person how much they matter to you. A handwritten note or text message is perfect for this type of gift.
Gifts come in all shapes and sizes. You should give something that fits with their personality and interests. If you know they like camping then maybe buy them a new flashlight or headlamp. They may love cooking so why not get them a cookbook? Or if they're into movies then why not get them tickets to the premiere of their favorite movie? The only rule is that whatever you get them must come from the heart.
Do something special for them- Dinner out at their favorite restaurant, a trip to a local attraction, or play a game with them. The possibilities are endless!
Plan a surprise for them.
Thank you cards from appreciative friends to appreciative recipients "Words fail me, but you didn't—thank you for everything." I wish I could explain how grateful I am for your gift and thoughtfulness. Thank you very much for everything. " "Thank you very much for your wonderful help. It arrived right when we needed it! Love, Carol"
That's what they're called in the US. Here in the UK we call them thank you notes.
The note above was sent by Carol, who gave her friend Judy a book of poetry. In return Judy gave Carol some gardening tips. These letters show that gifts don't have to be expensive to be appreciated. Gifts can also be services such as cooking classes or manicures. Even though these things may not seem like real items they can be treated as gifts if they were given with appreciation.
Here are some examples of traditional thank you notes:
Dear so-and-so, Thanks for the book! I've read it from cover to cover. Hope you enjoy reading this too! With best wishes, Jane
I just wanted to say thanks for the book! I've been meaning to read this poem for awhile now and finally got around to it! I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as I have! Best wishes, Jill
Dear John, Thanks for the flowers!
Messages: Heartfelt Thank You I am eternally grateful for what you done for me. What a gift you've been! Thank you for your contribution. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for what you've done. Thank you for being such a great friend.
Gifts: Nothing shows gratitude like giving a meaningful gift. So go ahead and give something special this person will always remember you by.
Acts of kindness are contagious. Be sure to pass along some love by letting others know how much they mean to you. Maybe write a note, send them an email, call them up, do something special that shows you care.
In addition to words, gestures can also be powerful tools for expressing gratitude. For example, if someone has done something particularly kind for you, let them know how it made you feel with a simple gesture (like writing a letter).
Finally, follow your instincts. If you feel like you need to say "thank you", then do so. There is no right or wrong way to show appreciation, as long as you're feeling it.