I think this story shows that graciousness and kindness are not dead.
This year was the first year I had let my daughter write her thank you notes for Christmas gifts unsupervised as she wanted to show mow how grown up she could be. Some of the lovely people at our church had given her small gifts that she was very excited about. She handed her notes out last Sunday at church (in sealed envelopes) along with home made chocolates she had made.
I got a very apologetic call from one of the ladies later. She wanted to let me know that my daughter had mixed up her thank you note with another lady of the same name. She was very gracious about it and begged me not to tell dd. she was going to swap notes with the other lady next week. She was only telling me in case someone mentioned it to her and she didn’t want dd to feel upset that she had mixed them up. I wrote an email to the other lady explaining and she just said she had noticed but was so grateful to have received the note and gift she hadn’t even thought of mentioning it. 0105-14