We never say thank you enough, wouldn’t you agree? Those two words are off-the-charts-powerful when used well and let’s face it, somewhat consistently. Adam and I are going on 13 years married and there’s something I’ve noticed… he always says “thank you”. Of course, we’re trained by well intentioned parents to say thank you for the obvious, like receiving a gift or having the door held for us ( I would hope). The hubby though, makes a habit of thanking me for even the mundane…like a simple dinner cooked hurriedly on any given Monday night. Those two very simple words feel so good. In one instant I can feel appreciated, understood and respected. Two little words.
So I’m encouraging you along with myself, to say thank you more often. Watch what happens.
God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say “thank you”? – William Arthur Ward #bossa2013 Curious about Bossa, follow the hashtag on instagram.