Making Ms. Post Proud

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On one of my recent forays to the local antique shops, I stumbled upon this vintage greeting card. It's quite small, just four inches high, with gorgeously faded color ... and, as with all cards, it's truly the thought that counts. This is a thank you card, thanking the recipient for their card. How adorable is that? It seems a dated concept, but according to the modern Emily Post:
It’s never wrong to send a written thank-you, and people always appreciate getting “thanks” in writing. Anyone who sends a present, or a card with a personally written message, should receive a note in return.
This one's not destined for the shop, but rather joining my small assortment of antique etiquette books. It will make the perfect bookmark when brushing up on my manners. Merci bien.

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