Regarding the People, Write the Right Thing

Thinking of You~ Griefs Divided

Sometimes, friends and family members may not get a good report from their doctor.

Sometimes people have other struggles. The struggles are as unique as the person. There is no way any person can fully understand the circumstances of another.

But you can still let that person know that he or she is in your thoughts and prayers. Here are a few ideas on how to express those sentiments in a card:

“Hi! I’ve been thinking a lot about you lately, and just wanted you to know.”

“Good morning! Today, I [saw your favorite flower, saw a car like yours, heard your favorite song…] and I wanted you to know that I’m thinking about you.”

“Today I remembered that time we [fell in the mud, shopped ’til we dropped, went to the movies and ate an entire bucket of popcorn…]. It made me “smile out loud” while I was in line to check out at the grocery store. I cherish those times, and I hope that someday soon we can do that again.


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