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64 Appreciation Quotes, Sayings, and Messages

The words and messages in these appreciation quotes and sayings can help express your thoughts of gratitude. Appreciation is a thank you or a recognition of something that someone has done for you. Send a short message of thanks and include an inspirational quote or saying to express your gratefulness.

  1. "What would I do without you in my life."

  2. "For all you do, for who you are, I will be forever grateful you are in my life."

  3. "Someday I will give back what you have given me. Thank You."
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  4. "Just saying thank you will never repay your kindness."

  5. "One way to love yourself and take charge of your life is through the practice of gratitude. Practicing gratitude increases self-awareness." Veronica Smith, Loving Yourself
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    I don't say “Thank You” as often as I should and I doubt I'm the only one.

    In fact, I'm starting to believe that “Thank You” is the most under-appreciated and under-used phrase on the planet. It is appropriate in nearly any situation and it is a better response than most of the things we say. Let's cover 7 common situations when we say all sorts of things, but should say “Thank You” instead.1

    1. Say “Thank You” when you're receiving a compliment.

    We often ruin compliments by devaluing the statement or acting overly humble. Internally, you might think this prevents you from appearing arrogant or smug.

    The problem is that by deflecting the praise of a genuine compliment, you don't acknowledge the person who was nice enough to say something. Simply saying “Thank You” fully acknowledges the person who made the compliment and allows you to enjoy the moment as well.

    Example: “Your dress looks great.”

    • Instead of: “Oh, this old thing? I've had it for years.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you. I'm glad you like it.”

    Example: “Wow! 20 points tonight. You played really well in the game.”

    • Instead of: “Yeah, but I missed that wide-open shot in the 3rd quarter.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you. It was a good night.”

    Example: “You killed your presentation today!”

    • Instead of: “Did I? I felt so nervous up there. I'm glad it looked alright.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you. I'm happy it went well.”

    There is something empowering about fully accepting a compliment. When you deflect praise, you can't really own it. When you just say “Thank You,” you let the weight of the compliment sink in and become yours. Saying “Thank You” gives your mind permission to be built up by the compliments you receive.

    Getting compliments should be fun and enjoyable, but we often ruin the experience. There’s no need to sabotage compliments that come your way. Accept them with grace and enjoy the moment. 2

    2. Say “Thank You” when you’re running late.

    Being late is the worst. It's stressful for the person who is running late and it's disrespectful to the person who is waiting.

    It might seem strange to thank someone for dealing with your hassle, but that's exactly the correct response. Most people stumble in the door and say, “Sorry I'm late.”

    The problem is this response still makes the situation about you. Sorry, I'm late. Saying “Thank You” turns the tables and acknowledges the sacrifice the other person made by waiting. Thank you for waiting. 3

    Example: You walk in the door 14 minutes late.

    • Instead of: “So sorry I’m late. Traffic was insane out there.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for your patience.”

    When we make a mistake, someone else often makes a sacrifice. Our default response is to apologize for our failure, but the better approach is to praise their patience and loyalty. Thank them for what they did despite your error.

    3. Say “Thank You” when you're comforting someone.

    When someone comes to you with bad news, it can be awkward. You want to be a good friend, but most people don't know what to say. I know I've felt that way before.

    Often times, we think it's a good idea to add a silver lining to the problem. “Well, at least you have…”

    What we fail to realize is that it doesn't matter if you don't know what to say. All you really need is to be present and thank them for trusting you.

    Example: Your co-worker's mother passed away recently.

    • Instead of: “At least you have a lot of fond memories to hold onto.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for sharing that with me. I know this is a hard time for you.”

    Example: Your brother lost his job.

    • Instead of: “At least you have your health.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for sharing this with me. I'm here to support you.”

    Example: Your friend's pet just died.

    • Instead of: “At least they had a long and happy life.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for sharing that with me. I'm here for you.”

    In times of suffering, we don't need to hear words to ease the pain as much as we need someone to share our pain. When you don't know what to say, just say “Thank You” and be there.

    4. Say “Thank You” when you're receiving helpful feedback.

    Feedback can be very helpful, but we rarely see it that way. Whether it is an unflattering performance review from your boss or an email from an unhappy customer, the standard reaction is to get defensive. That's a shame because the correct response is to simply say, “Thank You” and use the information to improve.

    Example: “This work isn't good enough. I thought you would do better.”

    • Instead of: “You don't understand. Here's what really happened.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for expecting more of me.”

    Example: “I bought your product last week and it already broke. I am not happy with this experience.”

    • Instead of: “How did you use it? We made it very clear in our terms and conditions that the product is not designed to work in certain conditions.
    • Try saying: “Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Please know we are committed to becoming better. Can you share more details about the issue?”

    Nobody likes to fail, but failure is just a data point. Respond to helpful feedback with thanks and use it to become better. 4

    5. Say “Thank You” when you're receiving unfair criticism.

    Sometimes criticism isn't helpful at all. It's just vindictive and mean. I've written about how to deal with haters previously, but one of the best approaches is to just say thank you and move on.

    When you thank someone for criticizing you, it immediately neutralizes the power of their statements. If it’s not a big deal to you, then it can’t grow into a larger argument.

    Example: “This might be good advice for beginners, but anyone who knows what they are doing will find this useless.”

    • Instead of: “Well, clearly, I wrote this for beginners. This might be a surprise, but not everything was written with you in mind.”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for sharing your opinion. I’ll try to improve next time.”

    Example: “Your statement is the dumbest thing I've read all week.”

    • Instead of: “You're an idiot. Let me tell you why…”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for the feedback. I still have a lot to learn.”

    Releasing the need to win every argument is a sign of maturity. Someone on the internet said something wrong? So what. Win the argument by the way you live your life.

    6. Say “Thank You” when someone gives you unsolicited advice.

    This shows up a lot in the gym. Everybody has an opinion about what your technique should look like. I think most people are just trying to be helpful, but hearing someone's opinion about you when you didn't ask for it can be annoying.

    One time, someone pointed out some flaws in my squat technique in a video I posted online. I responded by sarcastically asking if he had a video of himself doing it correctly. Somewhere deep in my mind, I assumed that if I reminded him that his technique wasn't perfect, then I would feel better about the fact that mine wasn't perfect either. That's an unnecessary and defensive response.

    The better approach? Just say “Thank You.”

    Example: “You know, you should really keep your hips back when you do that exercise.”

    • Instead of: “Oh really? Do you have a video of yourself doing it so I can see it done correctly?”
    • Try saying: “Thank you for the help.”

    Pointing out others faults doesn't remove your own. Thank people for raising your self-awareness, even if it was unsolicited.

    7. Say “Thank You” when you're not sure if you should thank someone.

    When in doubt, just say thank you. There is no downside. Are you honestly worried about showing too much gratitude to the people in your life?

    “Should I send a Thank You card in this situation?” Yes, you should.

    “Should I tip him?” If you don't, at least say thank you.

    Say thank you, more often.

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    Thank You Poems

    Free thank you poems, thank you messages and appreciation poems for all occasions. Heartfelt and sincere, this thank you poetry includes thank you for the gift poems.

    Thank You!

    I really appreciate you,
    Your helpful, giving ways,
    And how your generous heart
    Your unselfishness displays.

    I thank you for your kindness,
    I will not soon forget;
    You’re one of the nicest people
    I have ever met.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    This thank you poetry can also be used for appreciation poems. The following thank you appreciation poem notes assistance unselfishly given.

    You Didn’t Have To

    Thank you for what you did;
    You didn’t have to do it.
    I’m glad someone like you
    Could help me to get through it.

    I’ll always think of you
    With a glad and grateful heart;
    You are very special;
    I knew it from the start!

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Thank you poems are also
    appreciation poems

    Here's an appreciation poem for someone who makes you feel special.


    In a distracted world, 
    full of barely controlled chaos,
    when you lock your eyes onto mine,
    focusing, listening, hearing, caring,
    the comfort and pleasure you create
    is priceless.

    By Joanna Fuchs

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    Here's a general thank you poem with many different applications.

    Thank you poetry often says the words that are hard to speak aloud. This thank you appreciation poem says that words are not enough to tell you how deeply you've touched me.

    It Doesn’t Seem Enough

    I want to tell you "Thank you,"
    But it doesn’t seem enough.
    Words don’t seem sufficient--
    "Blah, blah" and all that stuff.

    Please know I have deep feelings
    About your generous act.
    I really appreciate you;
    You’re special, and that’s a fact!

    By Joanna Fuchs

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    More Thank You Messages

    If you are thanking a friend, you might want to take a look at our Friendship Poems.

    This thank you message is free verse poetry that could also be used as an appreciation poem.

    Thank You for Being You

    Thank you for (the gift/your kindness).
    Thank you for being the person you are:
    kind and thoughtful,
    sensitive and considerate,
    a generous and thoughtful giver.
    You are unselfish always,
    putting others before yourself,
    making me/us feel special and important.
    It is a privilege and a pleasure to know you.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Here's another short poem that mentions the comfort that the person being thanked gave.

    For All You Do

    Thank you so much for all you do;
    You're truly a delight;
    When my life overwhelms and does me in,
    You make everything all right.

    By Karl and Joanna Fuchs

    Thank you messages are always complimentary to the person being thanked. This free verse (nonrhyming) thank you appreciation poem compliments the person in a number of ways.

    I Appreciate You

    You are a person
    who makes life easier and better
    for everyone around you.
    Your continual acts
    of thoughtfulness
    and kindness
    brighten each day.
    What you did for me
    will glow in my memory,
    reviving pleasant feelings
    every time I think about it.
    I appreciate you,
    and I thank you.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    This thank you message shows a lot of gratitude in a number of ways.


    Thank you...
    for thinking of me
    and then wondering
    how you could help.
    Thank you...
    for doing what you did,
    instead of being too busy,
    or just forgetting about it.
    Thank you...
    For inking me
    on your priority to-do list,
    when you have
    so many other things to do;
    I am honored;
    It meant a lot to me.
    Thank you.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    General, short thank you poems have wide application. This thank you poetry is a general thank you verse.

    Your Loving Heart

    You touch my life with your kindness;
    You know just what I need.
    Your loving heart shows its caring
    In your every thought and deed.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Here's another general short thank you poem.

    You Made My Day

    I appreciate your kindness
    More than words can say;
    The very nice thing you did for me
    Really made my day!

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Thank you poems can describe the person being thanked. This free verse (nonrhyming) thank you poem does that.

    You Care About People

    You care about people
    and it shows.
    You are generous with your time,
    giving of your energy,
    lavish with your unselfish deeds.
    I will remember your kindness to me.
    Thank you for brightening my world
    with your thoughtfulness.
    It really meant a lot.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    This thank you poem recalls pleasant memories.

    Thanks for the Good Times

    Thank you for the good times,
    The days you filled with pleasure.
    Thank you for fond memories,
    And for feelings I'll always treasure.

    By Karl Fuchs

    Thank you for the gift poems

    This thank you for the gift poem says it all.

    Lovely Gift

    Wow, thank you for the lovely gift;
    It's something I would choose.
    It gave my spirits quite a lift,
    It's something I will use!

    It's special.  Thanks!

    By Karl Fuchs

    Of all thank you poetry, the thank you for the gift poems are used most frequently.  This thank you for the gift poem has a variety of applications.

    Special Gift

    This is just to let you know
    How special your gift made me feel.
    It shows me how very thoughtful you are;
    Your gift to me was ideal!

    By Karl Fuchs

    The most popular free thank you poems are thank you for the gift poems. This short thank you card verse is thank you poetry that will warm the heart of the recipient.

    Thoughtful Gift

    Thank you for the lovely gift;
    You didn't have to do it.
    You have a good and gracious heart,
    But then, I always knew it.

    I love this, and I think of you
    With fondness and with pleasure;
    The gift is great, but even more,
    It's your thoughtfulness I treasure.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Gift Lift

    Thank you for this wonderful gift.
    You always give me such a lift!
    Thank you for your thoughtful ways;
    Thank you for brightening all my days.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Thank you poem for parents

    A lot of people are looking for thank you poems for parents, so I wrote this one.

    You Gave So Much To Me

    Mom and Dad, I wonder if
    You know how much I care.
    I got the good things, all I have,
    Because you both were there.

    I thank you for the time you spent,
    Doing all you did.
    You help me now; you helped me then,
    When I was just a kid.

    Unselfish, giving, loving, more...
    You gave so much to me.
    Without you, Mom and Dad, I don’t
    Know what on earth I’d be.

    Thank you for the way you are,
    Like angels from above;
    I thank you both for everything,
    And give you all my love.

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Thank you poem for a pastor

    Lots of people are looking for poems for pastors. There is a huge demand for pastor appreciation poems, probably for Pastor Appreciation Day, in October, so I hope this pastor thank you poem will meet that need.

    Thank You Pastor

    Thank you, caring pastor,
    For tending to your flock;
    You keep us all from weakening;
    Like Jesus, you’re our rock.

    Thank you special pastor;
    Your sheep you’re always feeding;
    Through example, guidance and stirring talks,
    You give us what we’re needing.

    Thank you, Pastor, for teaching
    About Jesus, our Lord and Master;
    For all you say and are and do,
    Thank you, thank you, pastor!

    By Joanna Fuchs

    Thank you prayer

    All of us know people who give and give, and a thank you poem is not enough. Let’s get the Lord involved to give people like that their proper reward.

    A Thank you prayer

    This giving heart, Dear Lord, please bless;
    Fill her life with happiness.
    For all she’s given, all she’s done,
    Natural warmth like gentle sun,
    Many generous, selfless deeds,
    Lord give to her and meet her needs;
    Cover her in Your holy love;
    Write her name in heaven above.

    By Joanna Fuchs

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    Thanks for reading our thank you poems! These appreciation poems are free for use on personal greeting cards, provided that the author's name (Joanna Fuchs or Karl Fuchs) and our Web site address,, appear beneath the poem. (It can be small print; just so it's readable.) All other uses require permission. See our Terms of Use for details.

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    Common Words of Appreciation

    You don't have to give a big speech or write a long thank you letter to let someone know you appreciate them. Sometimes short is sweet.

    • Thanks.
    • Thank you.
    • I am indebted to you.
    • Dinner was delicious.
    • I appreciate you.
    • You are an inspiration.
    • I am grateful.
    • You are a blessing.
    • You are a true friend.
    • You're so great.
    • This is great.
    • You light up my life.
    • My sincere thanks.
    • You're the best.
    • You make me happy.
    • You've been very helpful.

    Words of Appreciation for Gifts

    People always appreciate it when you take the time to thank them for a gift, especially if they didn't get to see you open it, as with wedding gifts.

    • I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
    • You are one of the most generous people I know.
    • Are there no limits to your generosity?
    • You are so thoughtful and generous in your gift giving.
    • Thank you for the delightful gift.
    • You must have read my mind because your gift is exactly what I wanted.
    • You picked the perfect gift for me.
    • Thanks for being so thoughtful.
    • Your gift means a lot to me.
    • If you could see my face right now, you'd see a look of gratitude.
    • Thank you for showering me with gifts for the baby.
    • You made my birthday a special day.
    • I am grateful for you and your generosity.
    • Thanks for thinking of me; you made my day.

    Words of Appreciation for Help & Support

    For someone who has been there for you or encouraged you a message of gratitude is very much appreciated.

    • How can we ever thank you enough for all you've done? We're forever grateful.
    • You helped me right when I needed help most.
    • If anyone deserves thanks, it's you.
    • I really appreciate your support in this endeavor.
    • You have been extremely supportive through this difficult time. I could not have gotten through it without you.
    • We must thank you for your support at this time.
    • I want to thank you for all the support and concern.
    • That was very kind of you. How can I ever repay you?
    • Your support has made me a stronger person and I will forever be grateful.
    • You're my best friend.
    • Thank you for always being there for me.
    • Taking the time to help me was a very nice thing for you to do. Thanks so much.
    • Thank you for thinking of me and taking the time to be kind.
    • You are the most beautiful and wonderful thing that has ever happened to me. I'm so lucky!

    Appreciation in the Workplace

    To help keep things positive in the workplace a few words of thanks or support can go a long way to making employees feel appreciated.

    • You are a great employee and a positive force around the office.
    • I want to acknowledge everyone's extra effort.
    • You did an excellent job on that report.
    • I want to thank you publicly for your hard work and dedication.
    • Your attitude and work level suits us here, so keep up the good work!
    • Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience with me.
    • You have been a valuable member of our team.
    • Thank you for giving me the chance to fulfill my potential here.
    • Your commitment to this project is second to none.
    • I appreciate you supporting me at the meeting.
    • You have a winner's attitude.
    • Thank you for sharing your vision.
    • Your commitment to excellence has inspired others.
    • We appreciate your innovative thinking.
    • Your attention to detail puts you at the top.
    • Thank you for taking the initiative and getting it done.

    If you want to add to these examples of words of appreciation to craft a longer thank you, you can read more Words of Appreciation offering quotes and thoughtful messages.

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    I don't say "Thank You" as often as I should and I doubt I'm the only one. Here are 7 I'm here to support you.” In times of suffering, we don't need to hear words to ease the pain as much as we need someone to share our pain. When you.

    What to Say In a Thank You Note

    Saying thank you is a simple and often overlooked way to show someone how much they mean to you. The gesture is made even more special when you’ve taken the time to include a small gift and handwrite a nice message in order to express your gratitude.

    We’ve shared some of our favorite ways to say thank you that are sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.

    To say thank you for a thoughtful gift

    Did you just have a birthday, wedding or baby shower and want to thank your party guests for showering you with gifts? A thoughtful note is a great way to share your gratitude. Make the sentiment really special by telling them specifically how they’ve brightened your day. Don’t be afraid to have some fun or admit how excited you are to use their gift!

    Start your letter with one of these sentiments:

    • I just wanted to write to say thanks a bunch for the gift!
    • Thank you for the beautiful blouse, I can’t wait to wear it this weekend.
    • Thank you for coming to my birthday party, it was more special getting to celebrate with you.
    • The new picture frame will look perfect in my college dorm room, thank you!
    • This is exactly what I’ve been wanting, thank you so much for getting it for me.
    • Thank you for the gift card, it will help me get everything I need for my upcoming move.
    • The coffee mug you sent is so me. Thank you for making my mornings brighter.
    • I’m so grateful for the housewarming gift you sent, our place is one step closer to feeling like home because of it.
    • I know you spent a lot of time picking out the perfect gift for me and I feel blessed to have such a thoughtful friend in my life.

    To express your gratitude for a kind deed

    Whether a friend, family member or stranger has gone out of their way for you, surprise them with a small gift to show that their kind deed didn’t go unnoticed! A candle or incense are both inexpensive options to add to your thank you note for a little something extra.

    You can customize one of these for your situation:

    • I can’t even begin to explain how much your help meant to me.
    • Thank you for always stepping in to help when I need you most.
    • Thank you for taking the time to help me, it really meant a lot.
    • Thank you for sharing your home with me, I had such a great time catching up.
    • My stomach (and I) want to thank you for that delicious meal.
    • You made me feel so at home that I forgot I wasn’t! Thank you for having me.
    • Thank you for putting a roof over my head this weekend, it was so kind to invite me into your home.
    • Thank you for hosting my event, my day just wouldn’t have been the same without you!
    • Thank you for the raving letter of recommendation, I can’t wait to start my new job.

    To tell a friend “thank you for being you”

    They are your partner in crime and have your back no matter what. Let your bestie know how much they mean to you by putting together a gift basket that’s just for them. Customize it with their favorite drink, a gift card to that boutique they always talk about, or items like bubble bath, an eye mask and slippers for a relaxing night in. Play with silly puns or recount your favorite memory with them to show how much their friendship means to you.

    Here are some other ways to let a friend know how great they are:

    • Have a drink on me.
    • You’re a peach! Thanks for your help.
    • Where would I be without a friend like you?
    • What you did for me was kind of a big deal. Thank you.
    • How did you become so wise? Thanks again for all of your advice.
    • You are my angel, thank you for your kindness and compassion.
    • You know all my secrets and weird quirks, yet you’re still my bestie. Thank you.
    • I don’t say it enough, but I just wanted to say thank you for always having my back.
    • Do you have to train to be so amazing? Because you are definitely the best friend anyone could ask for!
    • You’re my partner in crime, thanks for always supporting my crazy ideas!
    • You are a ray of sunshine to me and everyone else around. Thank you for brightening my day!
    • Words can’t even express my thanks, but I hope this gift will help show you how grateful I am for a friend like you.
    • Thank you for helping me through that difficult time. If you ever need a shoulder to cry on, I have two for you.

    To say thank you to your significant other

    Do you have a spouse or significant other that is always surprising you with kind acts? Take the time to tell them how much you love them by baking a sweet treat or buying them their favorite dessert. Add a short note with three reasons why they are amazing and watch their smile light up the room.

    Get inspired to tell your sweetie how much you love them with one of these kind thoughts:

    • I appreciate you.
    • I’d be lost without you.
    • You make my heart smile.
    • Thank you for being my superhero!
    • How can I make your day amazing?
    • How did I get so lucky? I’m so grateful you choose to be with me.
    • I have a big bear hug waiting for you the next time I see you!
    • You’re the sweetest! Thank you for everything you do!
    • I already made dinner tonight, thank you for being so wonderful.
    • When I think about things I’m grateful for, you are always on the list.
    • It’s a rare thing to find someone as generous and kind as you. Thank you.
    • Thank you for supporting my dreams, no matter what. I couldn’t ask for a better partner.
    • Just when I thought I couldn’t love you more, you did that. Thank you for being so amazing!

    To say thank you to your boss or colleague for their support

    There are a few different moments when it’s appropriate to take the time to tell your boss or colleagues how much you appreciate them and their work. Maybe you just finished a project that you know you couldn’t have done without a co-worker’s expertise or your manager just lent valuable advice. Say thank you by giving some savory snacks to the person that needs a mid-afternoon pick me up or a new coffee mug to the early riser.

    Here are a few ideas for telling someone that you are grateful for their contributions:

    • Thank you for helping me with this project.
    • Thanks again for meeting with me today.
    • Thank you for taking the time to explain this.
    • Thank you for leading by example.
    • Thank you for being such a great leader. The other team members and I are really inspired by your actions.
    • I truly enjoy being a part of your team.
    • Thank you for being such an inspiration to me and others around you.
    • Thank you for entrusting me with this project.
    • I appreciate your dedication.
    • Thank you for sharing your honest feedback about the project.
    • We are grateful for your dedication to the team and company.
    • Thank you for making this such an awesome place to work every day!
    • Thank you for having confidence in my abilities.
    • I really appreciate your flexibility and willingness to work with me on this.
    • Thank you for the opportunity to work here. I will do my very best to exceed your expectations of my abilities.
    • Thank you for your email, it was really appreciated.
    • Thanks for your attention on the matter.
    • I want to express my gratitude for everything that you’ve helped me achieve here.
    • I appreciate you considering me for this position. I look forward to hearing from you.
    • Thank you for sharing your opinion. I value your honesty and will respond as quickly as possible.
    • Thank you for always going above and beyond to ensure the success of a project.
    • I appreciate your hard work and want you to know it doesn’t go unnoticed.

    Other ways to say thank you in any occasion

    The great thing about saying thank you, is that it just needs to be sincere to matter. For those times where a simple, heartfelt reminder of your gratitude is all that’s needed, these will do the trick:

    • I appreciate what you did.
    • Thank you for thinking of me.
    • Thank you for your time today.
    • I value and respect your opinion.
    • I am so thankful for what you did.
    • I wanted to take the time to thank you.
    • I really appreciate your help. Thank you.
    • Your kind words warmed my heart.
    • I just want to say thanks for helping me with my project.
    • It was so nice to hear from you. Thank you for reaching out.
    • Thanks a lot for your help – I couldn’t have done it without you!

    If you really want to make someone’s day, include a gift basket or some tasty treats that you picked out just for them to enjoy. No matter how you say it or what gift you surprise someone with, they are sure to appreciate your gratitude.

    Click here to download our free printables that will give you nine great ways to say thank you, like with a gift tag or coffee sleeve!

    words of thanks for support

    WATCH THE VIDEO ON THEME: Spoken Word of Thanks - by Motion Worship

    I think that if these are indeed difficult times, it's self-centered to be expecting a highly personalized and detailed acknowledgement of whatever.

words of thanks for support
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