Louisville Courier Journal Published 7:02 AM EST Dec 12, 2018 When was the last time you found a little handwritten note in your mailbox? The feel of the paper, the art of the postage stamp, personal penmanship and the effort associated with getting that to a loved one in the mail all make a handwritten thank you note special. "A thank you is an opportunity rather than an obligation," said Daniel Post Senning, great-great-grandson of Emily Post and a co-author of "Emily Post’s Etiquette,"18th edition. "The medium becomes part of the message." There are times when "thanks" delivered via email is just fine — for instance when a co-worker does you a favor around the office. Read more: All Kentuckians want for Christmas is *this* Hallmark love story But an email to thank your grandmother for a hand-knit sweater — even if it doesn't fit — you know the answer, it's no. Before you click "send" this holiday season, … [Read more...] about Thank you cards: How to pen the perfect note this Christmas
Saying thank you to your boss
BABIES from London are the rudest in the UK and the least likely to say “thank you “ or “sorry” as their first words, an astonishing new study has revealed. The groundbreaking research, detailed in BBC documentary Babies: Their Wonderful World, studied 2,500 children from around the country. Language experts, who spent time with thousands of families to assess the first words of their babies, found that tots from London and Wales were least likely to say “thank you”. While infants from the UK’s bustling capital were also less likely to apologise or say the word “sorry” to their busy parents. The most polite babies were found it East Anglia, the West Midlands and Northern Ireland – who were most likely to say thanks. And tots in Scotland and the southwest of England were also the most likely to say “sorry” as their first word. Trailer for BBC's documentary 'Babies: Their Wonderful World' Michelle Peter, from … [Read more...] about London home to RUDEST babies in the UK as study finds capital’s tots are least likely to say ‘thank you’ or ‘sorry’
MEDIA 10/17/2018 02:37 am ET Twitter users send the president's sons a different kind of sentiment for National Boss's Day. By Ed Mazza The Trump Organization tried to celebrate “National Boss’s Day” by sharing an image of the company’s bosses, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Or, as the company called them: “Our boys”: Happy #NationalBossDay to our boys, @EricTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr! #TeamTrump pic.twitter.com/7eSPCmkpgH— The Trump Organization (@Trump) October 16, 2018 Some Trump properties also got in on the act: From all of us here at Trump National LA, we wish all of our amazing leaders a Happy National Boss’s Day. And a special thank you to @erictrump. Thank you for being such a strong leader at the head of such an amazing organization. #TrumpNationalLA #NationalBossDay pic.twitter.com/gtXTDfu2SS— Trump Los Angeles (@TrumpGolfLA) October 16, 2018 Eric Trump shared a tweet of the greeting … [Read more...] about Trump Organization’s Attempt To Celebrate ‘Bosses’ Eric And Don Jr. Backfires
Jena McGregor, The Washington Post Published 5:17 am PDT, Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By John Taggart. Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Omarosa Manigault Newman arrives at Trump Tower in New York on Dec. 13, 2016. Omarosa Manigault Newman arrives at Trump Tower in New York on Dec. 13, 2016. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By John Taggart. Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The recordings that reality TV star and former White House special assistant Omarosa Manigault Newman made of Chief of Staff John Kelly and President Donald Trump can be seen as a publicity stunt for her book tour. Or another distracting episode in the Trump news cycle. Or even as an alarming question mark about security in Trump's White House. When asked on the "Today" how … [Read more...] about Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing?
0 Have your say Outcomes elsewhere dictated Premier League promotion on a day of Wolves inactivity. There were celebrations, followed by reflection – and then tributes.‘Wolves promoted and recognition should be given to the part Kenny Jackett played in restoring, pride, values and the performances of the team,’ tweeted Kevin Bullas.‘Good luck for the future Kenny and thanks for all you’ve done for Wolves. Good luck Pompey.’Dale Selby echoed such sentiment: ‘While Nuno deserves every success for what he has done with Wolves, I still think some credit goes to Kenny Jackett who stabilised the club after two consecutive relegations.‘Batth, Coady and Doherty wouldn’t be the players they are without him.’Wolves are back in the top flight, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s Championship title winners also on track to crash through the 100-point barrier.When their return was clinched, the Molineux outfit were awaiting a … [Read more...] about Thank you Pompey’s boss