thank you letter for parents
ideas you can consider
A "letter" is often understood to be a lengthy engagement of thought or a mire of ideas to give a picturesque view of one's emotions. But the dividing line between a letter and a note could be exacted on simply how one responds to a message, regardless of its brevity or length. The super-short type of thank you letter for parents is one ideal that should be constantly considered.
Here are my own fictional examples of this type of letters, varying from being almost cryptic private messages or quotable quotes.
From Trudy, to her mom Grace:
Mom, thank you for being the ideal mother: almost a sister, always a friend and forever a dependable confidant. You certainly make my life easier, by always being there whenever I get emotionally involved in my decision-making. With all my love...
From Carl, to his dad Richard:
Dad, this is just a short letter to manifest my appreciation for you. You are the best "drinking buddy" anyone can have. It has been said that beer is a truth serum. With the private family information that we share, I have become more appreciative of your practical outlook in life-- on always taking the "middle road." I am truly blessed in having a father like you. With respect and love...
From Sheila, to her mother Thelma:
Mother, thank you for joining us in the graduation of Ralph yesterday. Your mere presence made your grandson beam with pride-- as he saw you smiling-- while he walked to the stage to get his diploma. We all sincerely love you!
From Ryle, to his dad Jim:
Hi, dad. I fully agree with your advise on Gratitude and on how we should thank someone every day. What better way to begin today, than to say "thank you" to my dad, for everything you have done for me. With my heartfelt thanks...
From Sam, to his father Mark:
Pop, thank you for being the best grandfather to my son. Indeed he is doubly blessed for having someone who can have a role model and a friend-- in his grandfather; who accepts him for all his gifts and frailties. With all my gratitude...
From Dana to her mother Stella:
Mama, it was truly foolish of me to have ever doubted the wisdom of your advise on staying on with my job. After having a heart-to-heart talk with my lady-boss, we were able to iron out our personal differences. Everything in our workplace has now become rather harmonious in most aspects. Wounded hearts and egos still ache but we are surely headed for the better. Thank you again...
As we can see from the foregoing examples, a thank you letter for parents should not be that difficult to construct. All that is required is the emotional disposition of gratitude in one's heart.