Writing a post about thanks on Thanksgiving Week seems cliche, and most certainly is. But, thank you for indulging me.
Yesterday’s sermon at church reminded me how much Jimmy Fallon has changed the nature of the thank you note, and it reminded me about the importance of remembering those who have been generous with their time, talents and resources.
After the divorce, I became a full-time dad while already filling the role of a full-time employee. I was blessed with many friends who lent a hand or word of advice. My family traveled to help me out when work took me out of town. A friend gave generously when it came to helping me get my son to visit his mom in another state.
Think about your situation. Who has helped you be the best dad you can be under difficult circumstances? Who has watched your kid when she was ill and you had to go to work?
Make a list of those people.
Get a box of simple notecards.
You will make their day.