Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Word Finding

As promised, I'm writing to tell you that I am stumped.

How do I write a thank you card for the social workers?

I have honestly thought of not writing one at all. They do this all the time, and the mugs speak for themselves. Normally, I'm all about sentiment, but this one is too big for me. These women have found many children their forever families, and I'm sure (or I hope) every family has done something special. The truth is though, I'm so happy and content with my life that I (for once) don't feel like I need to "out do" anyone else.

My husband says I'm over analyzing it. Shocker. That a simple Thank You card is enough. I thought about just writing "for everything" and leaving it at that.

I honestly don't know what to do, and I'm running out of time.

Our adoption court hearing takes place at 1:30pm on Friday.

Then a friend of mine is throwing us a fall dessert open house on Saturday afternoon.

It's <finally> here.

1 comment:

  1. Hugs! I like the idea of "thank you...for everything." Or something simple like, "words cannot express how thankful we are to you for helping make our hearts whole." I'm sure any small gesture you make will be special to them, as I fear social workers can be overlooked. I know as a teacher I was often overlooked. Anyway, whatever you do will be appreciated! I can't wait to hear about your hearing, your party, and I especially can't wait to see some pictures (if you plan on posting)! Thinking of you all week!