{Giveaway} Monogrammed Writing Set from Nico and Lala

FOF is giving away a personalized writing set, including a monogrammed lucite pencil holder and 20 customizable stationery cards from Nico and Lala. To enter, answer in the comments below: Is writing thank-you notes a chore or a pleasure?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

When FOF Tweetie White turned 60 this past March, her daughter and friends thew her a surprise birthday party.

“I was totally shocked,” says Tweetie. “Walking through the door and seeing the faces of so many dear friends and family, some who traveled a great distance, is an image that will be in my mind and my heart forever. Every detail was thoughtful and perfect.”


Those thoughtful details included custom cupcake toppers, koozies, stickers for soup cups, and a sign-in board and invitations with vintage photos of Tweetie as a high school cheerleader. All of it was created by Nico and Lala, a Nashville-based design company that specializes in event branding, favors, gifts and custom invitations and stationery.

Company founders Nico and Lala, also known as Nicole Speake and Lauren Staley, met working in a Nashville gift shop. Their dream of starting their own custom party branding and gift company came true in 2009 when they launched Nico and Lala. Initial business came from local event planners, but in two years they’ve expanded nationwide thanks to word-of-mouth. They’ve recently launched a line of lucite gift items based on their most popular stationery and invitation designs.

“Our designs are creative, Southern and swanky,” says Lauren. “That’s what people know us for.”

Enter to win a personalized writing set including a monogrammed lucite pencil holder and 20 customizable stationery cards from Nico and Lala. 1 FOF will win. To enter, answer in the comments below: Is writing thank-you notes a chore or a pleasure?

(See all our past winners. See official rules. One winner is chosen at random from all those commenters who answer the question. Contest closes July 21, 2011.)

116 Responses to “{Giveaway} Monogrammed Writing Set from Nico and Lala”

  1. kayMI says:

    I love to write notes Love this site

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  2. Renee H says:

    I like writing thank you notes…it’s so much more personal to receive a hand written note and it emphasizes the sincerity of the message.

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  3. Alison Farrer says:

    Live is in the fast lane today – text, e-mails, twitters and tweets. None of these are solid and sustainable. In 20 of 30 years time, how many people can sit down with an e-mail or text and read the kind words written by a loved one? It has always been a pleasure for me to send and also receive written correspondence – it is also a social history. A letter is like a hand-made present – someone has taken the time to sit down and compose at leisure their thoughts and kind words – long many it continue!

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  4. AJB says:

    I don’t mind writing thank-you cards.

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  5. angel.665 says:

    A pleasure.

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  6. donna ribeiro-pope says:

    Call me old fashioned but I like hand written notes. I feel that if your friends and family have taken the time to show you how special you are; then you should give something of yourself in return. What better way than a personal note from you.

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  7. bamr07 says:

    A hand written note is a pleasure, that everyone enjoys getting in the mail.

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  8. kathyanthony44 says:

    Thank you notes are a pleasure, because I love telling that person how special and dearing the gift was.

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  9. roberta mcclain says:

    Honestly, it can sometimes be a chore, however once you start writting the note of thanks, you realize how appreciative you are of the gift and thoughtfulness of the giver.

    Roberta

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  10. ShemCreek says:

    Since receiving a hand-written note means so much to me, I am trying harder to do as my Mom taught me and write personal notes to others. Having nice stationary would enhance these notes for me and the recipient.

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  11. Jafferty says:

    Writing thank you notes is a pleasure! Most definitely.

    Jackie
    http://www.lettersandjournals.com

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  12. 1955nurse says:

    It’s a pleasure! When I’m writing, it takes me back to the visit, dinner or whatever – & helps me remember details from that time. But I think this has become almost a “lost art” because I don’t see as many people doing this as when I was younger. I taught my children to do this, & 1 does & the other doesn’t – so go figure!!!

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  13. Carol says:

    Thank you notes are a lost art – which I strive to keep alive. I enjoy sending them as much as receiving them. I hope I’ve instilled this little ‘niceity’ in both of my daughters. Showing a little appreciation can really make someone’s day 🙂

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  14. scoutcrs13 says:

    It’s absolutely a pleasure and absolutely a must! It means so much more than an email or text message!

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  15. orchidlady01 says:

    Receiving thank you notes, especially from younger relatives is such a pleasure but writing them is more of a chore.

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  16. Sunn ymay says:

    I forgot to add that I do enjoy Jimmy Fallon’s Thank You notes which he does at least weekly on his late night show. They make me smile and he seems so diligent licking the envelopes.

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  17. Sunn ymay says:

    The obligation of writing Thank You notes is both but it’s so pleasant to receive an acknowledgement the gift made it to the person or couple.

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  18. Anita says:

    Writing thank you notes is a pleasure! They help me think about my friends and the wonderful gift that was bestowed upon me.

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  19. Cheryl A. Jones says:

    In these fast-paced e-mail…texting…social networking driven times, it’s a rare and precious joy to receive something handwritten! This is of course, my personal
    opinion as an old-fashioned lover of almost anything written by hand! That said, I quite enjoy handlettering a
    personal greeting card (especially one expressing gratitude) to my friends and family. They have come to expect nothing less and this pleases me. I also enjoy the use of colored inks and small embellishments so that a
    thank you card from me is a very personal event, not just another card purchased from the Dollar Store!
    Hopefully I will soon have a reason to send a thank you
    card to the judges of this contest. (Smiling)

    Cheryl A. Jones

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  20. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I love to write thanks you notes. Would to win these!!

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  21. Carol Guth says:

    For me, writing any kind of notes by hand has become a chore, due to a medical issue which makes writing difficult.

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  22. Kathleen Riley-Daniels says:

    When I was young and my mother “made” me write thank you notes it was a HUGE chore that I really didn’t enjoy. Now, as an adult, I thrive on the opportunity to show appreciation for many things — big and small. I enjoy finding the right paper and using a pen that flows beautifully onto the paper while expressing how I feel and making the recipient feel wonderful about receiving the note.

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  23. whisper13 says:

    Great reminder….I need to send a few notes today. There is nothing better than receiving a hand-written note from a friend.

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  24. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I enjoy writing thank you notes. It is so personal & I love to share my appreciation.

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  25. Louise says:

    I love writing thank you notes. It makes a greeting a little more personal and I do it with pleasure.

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  26. Joan Schretlen says:

    Writing thank you notes is not only a pleasure, it is a way to connect in the nicest possible way with people who matter.

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  27. Karen Sleeth says:

    Writing thank-you notes is a pleasure with the right pen and paper!

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  28. Berti says:

    I always have the best intentions of writing wonderful thank you notes and never get to them. Maybe if I didn’t set such high standards and just wrote them, I would get them done in a timely and courteous fashion. I think that they should be sent and I love receiving them.

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  29. VJ says:

    I love hand written thank you notes. I rebelled as long as I could regarding email invites and thank you. But it seems I am in the minority!

    My grandchildren used to hand write all thank you notes. Now we are lucky if they even acknowledge the gift. What happened?

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  30. Jolie Misek says:

    Writing Thank You notes are a pleasure and have helped me land several jobs, too!

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  31. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I love to write thank you notes. With the internet nothing seems personal anymore.

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  32. Zenaida Odom says:

    Writing Thank You notes is a pleasure. I love any excuse to send a handwritten note!

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  33. susan Miller says:

    It is a pleasure and maybe once in a lifetime a chore .I was taught by my Southern Belle Mom to always send a thank-you note no matter what the ocassion was( a gift, a party I was invited to,the teacher who helped me pass a grade, and always for a job interview) I have 2 sons and I have always to please send a thank-you note and not a E-Mail if possible. My new daughter-in-law always sends me thank-yous on beautiful note caards( I just recently got a note from my grandson for a new toy(he is al of 6 months old-guess who sent the thank-you to me) it is one I will cherish forever.In today’s busy and hectic lifestyles it is such an honor to receive a beautiful from the heart thank-you, please let us always do this for our loved ones and anyone who could benefit from us noticing their kindness and time to think of us.!!!

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  34. cindy c says:

    a pleasure!

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  35. Shellie says:

    A pleasure and a personal touch! In today’s electronic world, a hand written thank you note is a gem!

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  36. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I love to write thank you notes. It is a lost art.

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  37. Joann Bally says:

    Honestly, It is sort of, kind of, BOTH a choir and a pleasure at the same time, if that makes sense 🙂

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  38. popper10 says:

    I always like to have a supply of beautiful note cards on which to write personal notes to people I want to thank. Sometimes it’s for a gift. Other times it’s just to say thank you for being my friend.

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  39. Margarida says:

    Writing thank-you notes is a wonderful lasting pleasure. It is so enjoyable to choose the right coloured ink, hand writing style, and eloquent words to augment stylish pretty stationery.

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  40. Beth Lowe says:

    Writing is a special touch whether a Birthday card or a thank you its is important to give it real feelings.

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  41. Patrice says:

    I enjoy generating gratitude by writing my own thank you notes. It’s a pleasure.

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  42. Debra Stewart says:

    I am behind in writing Thank you notes. I will get fabulous paper (like this) and start!

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  43. jetlag383 says:

    Writing is a pleasure, it is a shame my notes and thoughts are less than thoughtful, cogent, witty, etc, etc etc!

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  44. Janet Keyser says:

    It is always a pleasure for me to do this. Someone went to alot of trouble and I have to put myself in their shoes. This does not take that much time to do!

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  45. Clara says:

    Definitely not a chore! I’m a big proponent of “snail mail,” even though I’m also an early adopter of nre technologies, and love email. There’s something about getting –and sending– something in the post that’s special, and I love having excuses to send ‘real’ mail. Thank-you notes top the list.

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  46. starsmom says:

    I was raised to write thank you notes and it’s never a chore…..always a pleasure.

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  47. GMC says:

    Sometime it’s difficult to be disciplined in getting them done quickly, but it is a pleasure to express gratitude and recall the reason for the note!

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  48. Susan Lockwood says:

    Sometimes a chore but always necessary. Come to think about it, I have to write one now!!!

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  49. Beatrice Boyle says:

    I LOVE writing (and receiving) thank you notes. It seem to be the last vestige of genteel social mores` of a gentler and more civilized time in our world.

    Cyber space has taken over and u instead of YOU etc., is the order of the day. There is nothing more satisfying than to know your recipient has taken the time and effort to write…in their own hand…a note letting you know how much they enjoyed your gift!
    It shows you are important in their life and wish to maintain a more personal relationship with them.

    Most importatly…it is a mark of respect which is sadly lacking in the world today.

    Beatrice Boyle (Grandma Bea)

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  50. Sue S. says:

    It’s a pleasure. I believe sending thank you notes is a lost art..lost in a sea of casualness. My 18 year old son has done me proud. He sent thank you notes to everyone who sent him a high school graduation card. He not only sent the card, he sat down and wrote detailed notes, for example;…”Miss Bev…thank you so much for celebrating such a milestone in my life. My mother and I could not have asked for better neighbors than you and we both thank you for that..[and it continued.]”

    When Bev called me and read it to me (I didn’t read them before he mailed them) tears came to my eyes with pride.

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  51. Linda Lipinski says:

    I enjoy sending Jacquie Lawson e-note cards. The e-cards are beautiful. It is a pleasure to write and send.

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  52. mink says:

    pleasure, for me

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  53. Kelly says:

    I enjoy writing thank you notes, letters etc., there’s something simplistic but elegant in the handwritten script that I find very welcoming!

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  54. Mary Caliendo says:

    I think writing thank you notes is a pleasure-and I think a must. I think that when one does something extraordinary, it is a special thing to say thank you! I also love to receive them as well as write them!

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  55. Carmen says:

    Although it is a bit of a chore, it is also a real pleasure to send a note telling someone how much their gift is appreciated.

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  56. sandy eckstein says:

    i am a huge letter writer. and post card sender. i have a HUGE assortment of writing papers. i can’t resist wonderful stationery. and the perfect stamp is the icing on the cake. there is nothing like a handwriten letter…

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  57. Rozzie68 says:

    It is satisfying to send a Thank you note. I always pick out just the right card; even down to the kind of stamp and return address label I use. Use great care in the feeling I want to express.

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  58. Hotforfifty says:

    I love writing thank you notes on pretty stationary. I still remember the first time my mother gave me a set of green flowered stationary and told me that there were to be used to write thank you notes. It is such a gracious and stylish way to say thank you.

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  59. Becky Beer says:

    I’ts not a chore at all. I was raised to thank those who took their time and thought in giving, helping,or gifting me in some way. Pleasure always.

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  60. Monica Tagabuel says:

    Writing thank you notes is a chore to me.

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  61. Pauline says:

    Just awesome/

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  62. Robyn says:

    This is something that everyone never has enough of !

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  63. Lisa Dunmore says:

    I think writing thank you notes is a long-forgotten pleasure! With email and social websites, too many people are missing out on the joy of writing and receiving a physical note!

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  64. Gina Thompson says:

    Writing Thank You notes are a pleasure!

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  65. mlewis5745 says:

    I opt for writing thank you notes as it adds a touch of class to your reply. I’m old school and always loved writing letters. I still personalized thank you notes.

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  66. Anitha Hughes says:

    It’s a pleasure writing Thank you notes. I want the person to know how much I appreciate the gift and them for thinking of me. It doesn’t take that much time to write a quick thank you and put it in the mail. Mailing it makes it even more personal. It’s easy to send an E-mail, but a Thank you note sent by mail means so much more both for the giver and the receiver.

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  67. hockeynanny says:

    Writing thank you notes is a pleasure for me because I get to tell the person how much I liked the gift and how I will use it, it also reassures the person that I have gotten the gift and how much I appreciated the thought put into the gift.

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  68. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I feel like a real snot for saying this, but I find them a chore. It may not seem like it, but I DO appreciate when people do nice things for me, but for the past year I’ve been going through a severe depression, and I’ve let things “slip through the cracks,” including Thank yous. It’s a never ending circle of guilt: I receive the food, card, etc….I have no energy….I don’t write the “Thank You” in a timely manner….I feel guilty and procrastinate….then it’s too late to make amends. Maybe cute stationery and a “system” would help me take action?

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  69. princess56 says:

    I love to write a Thank You Note after every gift or event! I do remember that there was a time when I felt that it was a chore, but my Grandmother explained to me that it was the person who sent the gift, sitting with baited breath, waiting to to know if the special, hand picked gift was received. I was finally on the other end one day. I had picked out a special gift for my best friend’s wedding that was taking place several states away…and I couldn’t attend. I waited two months and had not heard from her about this wonderous gift. I picked up the phone and called my friend to find that yes, she had received the gift, but was too busy to write thank yous! Since then, I always write a note for everything, whether it is a nice meal, or a thoughtful gesture…a heartfelt thanks is the best thing to do!

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  70. dmnyes says:

    I am a teacher and I would not dream of not acknowledging a gift or kind act with a thank you card or note. Thank you notes can become a chore, especially at Christmas with the many needed responses. But if you give a gift a thank you note is a special way of saying thanks for thinking of me.

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  71. BlueBear says:

    Unfortunately, the writing of thank-you notes has somehow gone out of fashion, particularly among the young. I find the receipt of a thank-you note one of life’s great pleasures. When someone recognizes whatever deed you have performed and thinks enough of you to write to thank you for it, it shows a great deal of thoughtfulness. I love writing these notes as much as I do receiving them! It takes so little time to bring joy into the life of someone else and a thank-you note is a wonder-filled way to bring smiles to those that care about you!

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  72. slbennetti says:

    Writing a thank you is definately a fun, thoughtful act on my part. I would never think of thanking anyone for a meal, a gift or a kind word without a nice thank you card. That is how I roll.

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  73. Laura Benjamin Emerson says:

    I was brought up to always write a thank you note and include something special written inside to let the person know how much ou appreciate them. I like writing them as I know how much it means to me when I receive one.

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  74. Jen Rutsky says:

    I love to write thank you notes, and cards because I think it’s something so few people do anymore but it’s so meaningful and appreciated.

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  75. Carol Geiger says:

    Not only do I enjoy writing thank yous, I keep a stock of note cards to use for every occasion. I think a hand-written personal note is so much nicer than a pre-printed card for birthdays, weddings and especially sympathy. Even if I find a great greeting card I want to use, I always add a personal message to it.

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  76. Louise OKeefe says:

    I love thank you notes – receiving and writing. It just acknowledges the other person for having spent the time and effort to think of you. The least one can do is write a thank you note.

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  77. abailey says:

    Definitely not – it is the perfect way to let someone know the pleasure that they have brought into your life. Unfortunately with the electronic age that we are immersed in, it is becoming a lost art. There are so many choices when it comes to stationery, that one can always find the perfect card for the occasion.

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  78. Pat Wellinger says:

    Writing a thank you note is a pleasure! If someone went to a lot of trouble to give you a gift , make a meal for you, or do something special for you, you should write them a special note of thanks!

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  79. DOTTI says:

    WITH E-MAIL BEING THE EASY WAY OUT, I WORRY THAT THE DAYS OF HANDWRITTEN THANK YOU NOTES WILL BE A THING OF THE PAST. HOW SAD THAT WOULD BE, BECAUSE NOTHING IS MORE REWARDING THAN SHARING A THANK YOU IN A LOVELY HANDWRITTEN NOTE.

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  80. Linda says:

    If done immediately, writing thank you notes is a delightful pleasure, but for those of us who tend to procrastinate-ooh now we have a chore….

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  81. GSD says:

    I think they’re a chore. When I give a present I would prefer the person enjoy it and not worry about writing me a thank you note.

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  82. Lori says:

    I think its a pleasure I am always thankful and like to express that in nice notes and cards

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  83. Anita White says:

    Thank You notes…..No I have no problem writing Thank You notes,I always appreciate when people do something special for me and I love letting them know how much it means to me.

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  84. Naomi says:

    I’ve gotten out of the habit, embarrassingly. It’s so easy to shoot a quick email (or even a “like”… shudder) but taking the time to write a thank you is so much more meaningful and really makes an impact.

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  85. norma says:

    I so believe in Thank You notes. It simply shows the person how grateful I am that they thought of me.

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  86. slaffeyw says:

    It is a pleasure for me to hand write a thank you note. My personal in-site knows, it leaves a lasting memory for the receiver. In this day of e-mail and texting, so much is lost. A hand written note shows you truly cared enough to take a few minutes, and say “Thank You”.

    My only issue is limiting myself to a note card. At times, for a small group, I have been know to create a poem about the event, which includes thanking everyone. A simple inexpensive frame or (for mailing) cards where you insert photos ~ then wait for their smiles and comments! It keeps the party/event lingering ~

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  87. Annamarie Dodge says:

    in my opinion, i always write thank you cards and i dont think its a chore at all, i love doing it….i always show my appreciation for whatever someone has given me or done for me…i would love to win this set, i have letters to write now and this would really help…especially now that i have a growing blog and I want to thank the wonderful businesses and friends/family that have joined me there and trusted me

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  88. April says:

    I’ve been writing thank you notes to former teachers and anyone I can think of who has been of influence and importance in my life.

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  89. Janice says:

    Thank you notes are sadly becoming a lost art. I love to send them and love to receive them. There is just something soo special about a beautiful handwritten card that an email thank you can’t live up to.

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  90. chaneyfamily7 says:

    Thank-you notes are essential and it feels like a chore while writing them, but once they are sent out it gives me a sense of great pleasure!

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  91. kmariem18 says:

    I actually enjoy writing thank you’s, since I use email for most other contacts. It is relaxing to sit down and write to someone on a lovely note card.

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  92. Sarah says:

    A pleasure – wonderful to thank those who have remembered me with a gift

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  93. beth w. says:

    Handwritten notes mean so much when I receive one…I enjoy writing them also. I have to admit, I have slipped some…I used to be so much better at sending them for no real reason…just to let someone know they were in my thoughts for a particular reason. It helps to have pretty or personalized notes on hand…just makes it easier for me to write a quick note to someone.

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  94. ktpotat says:

    It’s both but showing gratitude is very important in all aspects of life

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  95. Debbie Lech says:

    I think it is a little of both. When I write thank-you notes, it gives me time to review what the gift was and for what reason but on the same token, I like to personalize each one. Sometimes you run out of things to say to make each one different.

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  96. Barbara says:

    I think it is great! If you are writing a thank you note, it means that you got a gift or something nice was done for you!

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  97. Kathy says:

    I love to write. I love to express my emotions to someone that has done something that made me feel wonderful. I buy notecards and stationary even in this age of digital everything.
    And note cards are far from being a chore.

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  98. Janice says:

    Writing a thank you note is a pleasure. When you write one, it brings to mind the wonderful event or reason that caused you to want to send one.

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  99. Janie says:

    i think it is a pleasure to write a thank you note for someone’s thoughtfulness to care enough to give you whatever. It only takes several minutes.

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  100. Marcelle says:

    Definately a pleasure.

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  101. Christy says:

    I don’t mind writing thank-you notes and I especially enjoy receiving them. 😉

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  102. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I love writing thank you notes. It conveys such a personal message.

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  103. Nicole-Lynn says:

    I just got married and it has been such a pleasure writing our thank you’s to friends and family! I love sending a hand written thank you to show my appreciation!

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  104. Patricia says:

    This is funny, I am in the middle of writing 26 Thank You notes. I was given a surprise party for my anniversary, and to say it was a surprise is an understatement, sitting at home on the day I decided to clean out my closets, hair up and totally frizzy, somewhat torn shorts and my fave cut up shirt. I hope you get a visual, I am sitting on my floor outside of one of my closets I totally ripped apart and everything is all over the place, my door opens and here comes a boatload of people, one would think my husband would give me a heads up, anyways it was pretty funny and boy do I owe my husband one!!! Great time enjoyed by all, an anniversary I will never forget, so these Thank You notes are going to be fun, I am enclosing a Photo in each one. Thanks Honey, your Birthday is coming up!!!!

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  105. Marie Martin says:

    Thank you notes are just one of those things you need to do feel right on the inside ! Someone went to the trouble to do something nice for you, and you need to appreciate that and let them know that you realize that they took time out of their busy lives to make you feel special. So I say, yes, take time out of your busy life and write them a special note to say “Thanks”. You’ll be glad you did!

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  106. Wehaf says:

    It’s definitely a pleasure. I love sending them and I love getting them!

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  107. Celeste says:

    A pleasure — very much so!

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  108. Tracey D says:

    I think writing thank you notes is a pleasure though I have terrible handwriting! I enjoy writing notes because I know the folks I’m sending them to will appreciate them.

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  109. Rowena says:

    I love writing thank you notes. For someone to go out of their way for me, makes me feel so wonderful that I want them to understand how much I cherish their time, energy and money. I love sharing my thanks with them.

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  110. deb says:

    LOVE to sit down and write thank you notes, so much more personal – still nothing better than getting a hand written note from a friend!

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  111. Stephanie says:

    Unfortunately I think they are a chore but wish I felt differently. Maybe I would if I have a fabulous set of stationary to write them on. Great giveaway!!

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  112. Danielle says:

    To me, writing thank you notes is a pleasure! I love to show my gratitude towards someone who has taken their time (not to mention their money!) to pick out a gift for me.

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  113. Karen says:

    It is a pleasure to write a thank you when it is on fabulous stationary!

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  114. Purr Whalley says:

    Are thank you notes a chore?? Hardly! If someone went out of their way to entertain for you, cook for you, even just think about you when it mattered – means you are a lucky person, indeed, and are blessed with the gift of a good friend. Writing a thank you note gives you time to reflect again on whatever it was that was so special and if you have fun stationary…even better!!

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