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Re: former T's mother died, ok to send sympathy? Daisym

Posted by shrinking violet on January 30, 2006, at 13:46:45

In reply to Re: former T's mother died, ok to send sympathy? shrinking violet, posted by Daisym on January 29, 2006, at 19:54:54

Thank you Daisy, for your wise advice (as always!). After reading everyone's responses, sending a card seems like the best thing to do (why I couldn't decide that on my own, I have no idea, lol). I purchased a card today and will write a short note inside and send it off tomorrow.
Thank you,

> I think she will be touched. I think a card to her office marked "personal" on the outside is best. There is something just so proper about a real card, somehow sympathy via email cards don't work for me. But I'm sure that isn't true for everyone. And I think you can say, "I saw in the paper your mother past away. I know she was ill for awhile. I hope you were able to be with her" or something like that.
> You are a sweet person.




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