Mitsy and Milda were talking about their grandchildren after the holidays.
“My daughter-in-Law stopped making my grandchildren send their thank you notes.
Each year I sent the grandchildren a card with a generous check inside.
I always received a lovely thank you note.
However, since my daughter-in-Law stopped making the grandkids send thank you notes, I never hear from them.”
“My daughter-in-Law never made the grandchildren send thank you notes.
I, too, send them a very generous check.
However, for the past several years, I hear from them within a week after they receive it.
In fact, they each pay me a personal visit.”
“Wow,” remarked Mitsy. “I wish mine would do that.”
“You can, Mitsy, you can.”
“How?” Mitsy asked.
“Simple,” Milda replied.
“Do what I do: Don’t sign the check”