After reading Charles Buell's blog challenge, Proof that I can blog about anything (aka: Proof that I can run a CONTEST about anything), I took a look under my kitchen sink.
Ever since our kids were little, we decided not to keep cleaners, etc. down low where the kids could potentially be harmed, so there was none of that.
What I found was garbage bags, used paper towel rolls, Swiffer brushes and quite the collection of flower vases.
This collection is from flowers that I have given to my wife. She is saving the vases to use later.
Flowers can be sent for various reasons, but it reminded me of taking the time, action and energy to follow up for your gratefulness, whether it be to a client, a friend or a spouse, saying "Thank you" with a gift of appreciation can make a world of difference.
So, whenever I sell a home in Cherry Lane Meadows in Nampa, Idaho, I am on the phone to the flower shop to send them a personal "Thank you" for their thoughtfulness and their business.
Whatever your business is, Don't forget the thoughtfulness of "Thank You!"