Reviving the lost art of thank you notes
I'm doing my part to bring back the lost art of writing thank you notes in my life. I'm guilty of having the best intentions of sending off a note vs an email, but then I forget or life gets in the way. One thing I am working on though, many times when I travel, I tuck thank you notes into my luggage. I do so just incase I have a need or desire to say thank you, especially if my host or hostess is not available at the time of my departure. Here, I brought along my Faber Castell fountain pen and Crane & Co. (a New England luxury brand) to the William Haskell house. Unfortunately I messed up my card and ended up leaving the note on a plain piece of paper, but it's the thought that counts ;-).