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Los Angeles-based writer Leah Dieterich pens a thank-you note every day - the archive on her website, thx thx thxextends all the way back to 2009. As the site states, "There’s always something to be thankful for. From the important things like Songs You’re Embarrassed to Like, and Heavy Eyelids that Tell You When You Need to Sleep, to friends and family, love and loneliness, light and darkness, Leah... sets out to acknowledge them all."


I'm impressed. See more at thx thx thx, here. Happy Thursday!

15 comments:

  1. wonderful idea! i should start doing this too!

    thank you for sharing :)

    x

    fai

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  2. wonderful idea! i should start doing thank you note too!

    thank you for sharing :)

    x

    fai

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  3. These could cheer anyone up :)

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  4. So thoughtful, clever, awesome!

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    Cheers!

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  5. Love this! Even though it can sometimes be in jest, it seems like such a therapeutic activity to express gratitude for the things the universe sends your way. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Deirdre, I'll check that out - thank you!

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  7. thxthxthx is part of my daily blog reading! In addition to being great pick-me-ups, her notes are so articulate and heartfelt. I can only dream of having such insightful prose...

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  8. I love her blog! It's such a creative idea.

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  9. Kathy, can't believe I'm only discovering it now...

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  10. Ha! This is pretty awesome and funny

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  11. Oh, I love this! Leah's notes gave me a good laugh tonight and she inspires me to practice a little more gratitude myself. What an imaginative and fun person she must be!

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  12. Oh wow, this is kind of awesome. Thanks so much for sharing! Have you ever heard of the love letters site? They kinda do the same thing, except with a bigger audience ( as in, they get volunteers to write those love letters and send them to various groups of people, depending on what the theme is ).

    ♥ x i x i a | thisisxixia.com

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  13. This is AWESOME. Love love love it. thanks for sharing!

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  14. Xixia, I haven't, but I'll definitely take a look - thank you!

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