Monday, August 18, 2014

Gratitude

Dear Mrs. Patient,

I'm glad you're feeling better. It was nice of you to send me a thank you card. I actually treasure notes like yours, and keep them in (as my friend Amanda Brown calls it) the "I don't suck box." On really bad days I read stuff from it for solace, and to reassure myself that I really am doing my best, and some people appreciate that.

BUT I must admit, none of the notes I've previously received, in 15 years of doing this, came on a card with a picture quite like yours:




12 comments:

Don Parker said...

It is probably an old postcard, and rather cute at that. The problem for me, working now in the aviation design field, is trying to figure out what model airliner that is(assuming that is a real one depicted). Perhaps I need to get a life...

Dr.M said...

I think she's trying to tell you something....

Anonymous said...

I can read the numbers on the card, what do the letters say ?

bobbie said...

Cute!

Welcome back ~ how was vacation?

Packer said...

@bobbie
If this is the best he has after two weeks, it apparently wasn't long enough.

Stacey Gordon said...

Don Parker... Most likely a DC 8

Hattie said...

I wouldn't read too much into this.

RehabNurse said...

Love it Grumpy! Hope you enjoyed your vacation.

Anonymous said...

What did Mrs. Grumpy think of it?

Anonymous said...

In the words of George Take, "Ohhh myyyy!"

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Mile High Travel Club, Denver, CO operated in the 1960-1975 era, Owned their own airplane. First was a DC-6. Last one was a DC-8.

Anonymous said...

Fetching... hat.

 
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