Notable November Reasons to Send Cards

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Notable November Reasons to Send Cards

Wave so long to October and say hello to November – it is here already! What a wonderful month to enjoy. Cool weather, beautifully vivid colors all around, and the holidays are just around the corner. Take some time this November, the month of thanksgiving in the US, to show those you care about that you are thankful for them!

Here are some other observances and holidays that you might want to recognize by sending a card or postcard to those around you. Some are fun, some are serious, but all are great occasions for Totally Awesome Cards!

Some of the Month-Long Observances this month are:
• National Diabetes Month
• Military Family Appreciation Month
• National Inspirational Role Models Month
• Native American Heritage Month
• National Novel Writing Month

Weekly Observances to Celebrate this November:
• THIS WEEK (Nov. 3-9) – National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week and National Nurse Practitioner’s Week
November 7-13 – Pursuit of Happiness Week
November 11-17 – World Kindness Week
November 17-23 – American Education Week
November 24-30 – National Family Week

My Favorite Notable November Holidays:
7th – National Men Make Dinner Day
10th – National Tongue Twister Day
11th – Veteran’s Day
13th – World Kindness Day
14th – Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day
20th – Name Your Computer Day
24th – Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day and SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
28th – Thanksgiving Day
30th – Computer Security Day

To get you started with your card sending during this month of thankfulness, here are some “Thankfulness” quotes and ready-to-use greetings you can customize in your Totally Awesome Cards!

Thank You Thanksgiving
Thank you much more
Than a greeting can say,
Because you were thoughtful
In such a nice way! Thanks for inviting us
To spend Thanksgiving with you
With good food and good company
The time really flew.
If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, “thank you,” that would suffice.
~Meister Eckhart
It means so much
To keep in touch
…with special friends like you.
Enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thou hast given so much to me,
Give one thing more, – a grateful heart;
Not thankful when it pleaseth me,
As if Thy blessings had spare days,
But such a heart whose pulse may be Thy praise.
~George Herbert
May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey plump,
May your potatoes and gravy
Have nary a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your pies take the prize,
And may your Thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your thighs! 
A loving note can barely say
all we felt that magic day.
A heartfelt thanks
is sent to you
for your thoughtful
gift and wishes, too.
T…Turkeys, table spreads, being together,
H…Happiness and homes to protect us from all weather,
A…Aunts and uncles, a reunion in Fall,
N…Nieces and nephews, family members all!
K…Kind-hearted kin coming over for dinner,
S…Surely you’ll have fun, but you won’t get thinner!
G…Gourds and pumpkins, mouths open wide.
I…Indians and Pilgrims we remember with pride.
V…Very special times-there could even be snow.
I…Imagine what it was like at Plymouth long ago.
N…Never forget how the settlers led the way,
G…Giving thanks and blessing this special day. 
Just a card to thank you
And a line to tell you too.
Nothing could have been more welcome
Than that thoughtful gift from you.
And as the years shall come and go
Your gift will give us pleasure
And bring you back to us again
In memories to treasure.
Thanksgiving is a perfect time
To stop and reminisce
About the many hours we’ve spent
Discussing that and this-
The laughs, the smiles
That we have known
The wonderful things we’ve done
That make the friendship that we share
A very special one!
Have a lovely Thanksgiving Day, my friend
Gratitude consists of being more aware of what you have, than what you don’t.
~ Unknown
If a fellow isn’t thankful for what he’s got, he isn’t likely to be thankful for what he’s going to get.
~Frank A. Clark
Thanks for the welcome
And your time, preparing the meal;
Thanksgiving to you, and for you
Is the thanksgiving we feel
~Jon Bratton

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