Now that Christmas is over it is time for those thank-you notes. Try this on-line site for light-hearted guidelines to help you write thank-you notes. Suggestions include greeting the giver, expressing your gratitude (with tips such as "use the present perfect tense," and "never directly mention money"), discussing uses, mentioning the past and alluding to the future, and signing off. From the Morning News, an online magazine. http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/25095
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