Gracious Resolution Giveaway Day 3: Say “Thank You!” with Chocolate… enough said

by Mindy Lockard on January 16, 2013

Welcome back for day 3 of our Gracious Resolution Giveaway Series!

Perhaps your resolutions are off to a swimming start with your fitness goals or you have yet to pick-up that book you have planned to read, it’s never to early or late to resolve to be more gracious in 2013! I am so excited to announce this week’s edition of Gracious Giveaways: New Years Resolution series. From new resolutions or goals you’ve already set, we will be here all week with wonderful tools to help inspire or jumpstart your 2013 and make things happen!

2013 RESOLUTION: SAY THANK YOU!

GIVEAWAY: MERCI chocolate

While I love a thank-you note…

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what’s sweeter than pairing a note with …

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Milk Chocolate, Hazelnut-Almond, Hazelnut-Creme, Dark Cream, Dark Mousse, Praline-Cream or Coffee and Cream…photo-182

Need I say more?

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A delicious way to say “Thank You” . . . is it not?

To Enter our Gracious Resolution Giveaway:

1. Share this link on twitter tagging @TheGraciousGirl and use hashtag #MeaningfulMerci,

2. Drop a comment below and tell us your favorite way to say “Thank You” in writing, with gifts, face to face etc.

3. Do both and enter twice!  It’s that easy!

One lucky winner will be announced January 21st right here on The Gracious Girl Blog! Happy Entering Gracious Girls… and guys!

Here’s to saying MERCI in sweet ways in 2013! Did you miss yesterday’s Gracious Resolution Giveaway? It’s not too late to enter here.

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Liz Copeland 01.16.13 at 4:45 am

I enjoy saying thank you with a handwritten note. If I’ve borrowed something I like to return it with a small note and small chocolates

Maureen 01.17.13 at 7:23 am

I am kind of known for writing a note and dropping it in the mail soon after receiving a gift or any sort of support.

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