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thank you letters..... an email is ok innit?! I mean for adults?

(9 Posts)
ipanemagirl Fri 02-Jan-09 01:39:48

Ds is obviously going to have to write his!

goldFAQinsenceandmyrrh Fri 02-Jan-09 01:40:23

I hope so - I sent 2 thank you letters to MNers via email grin

chloemegjess Fri 02-Jan-09 20:16:58

Yes I think it is ok providing you know that person checks their email

TheFallenMadonna Fri 02-Jan-09 20:17:57

DS is emailing his.
Except to PIL.

iwantitnow Fri 02-Jan-09 20:18:32

Sorry I think they should be hand written - but I hate doing them I must do them this weekend.

Santaisfeelingfunnypeculiar Fri 02-Jan-09 20:21:08

I think an email is fine, as long as it's going to someone who is a frequent/confident emailer, so feels at home in the medium ... but, for me, it probably needs to be slightly longer than a handwritten note (I reckon postcard's worth of handwritten is absolutely fine but would write more on email)

TheFallenMadonna Fri 02-Jan-09 20:21:18

So do my PIL Iwantitnow, so their's will be.

choosyfloosy Fri 02-Jan-09 20:25:35

Email infinitely better than nothing.

TBh I still think handwritten better than email, but nice email including info about how the present was received plus family news, perhaps a picture, wd be fine.

ipanemagirl Sat 03-Jan-09 16:45:46

Ds is handwriting his, I secretly think handwritten is the optimum. But I am so rubbish at getting it done.

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