Friday, February 1, 2008

Saying Thank You

I read the most wonderful blog post today.http://www.eventsininkonline.blogspot.com/ In her post Michelle talks about writing thank you notes and offers several tips on who to thank and what to say.

As I read her post, I thought about all of the pens my daughters and I own. We own fine point pens, medium point pens, roller pens, ball point pens, fine tip marking pens and an assortment of other pen styles. We own pens in so many different colors that storage used to be a problem.

After joining Tupperware I began using the products to truly organize all rooms of my house. The Snak Stor and the Cold Cut Keeper are excellent for storing pens, pencils, crayons and markers.

These containers are only 2 1/2 to 3 inches high making all items inside very easy to see and get to.

For plane trips, not only will these containers hold the pens and markers, but paper, a deck of cards and for those with electronic games, these are great containers to hold the games, the rule books etc while traveling.

I'd like to offer my own personal thank you to Michelle for her great post that led me to think about pens and the many ways our pens can enhance paper to say thank you to someone else.

Audrey :)
http://mytupperware.com/audreyoka

4 comments:

Daiquiri said...

Hi Audrey,
Thanks for dropping by my blog tonight and taking a minute to leave me such a nice comment! Come by again soon...I'm planning a give-away as sort of an "open house" celebration of my new photography blog.
Thanks Again,
Daiquiri

Princess said...

Ha Ha, yeah tupper ware tends to do that to you! I love being organized also. Glad to see your blog.

Rural Writer said...

Neat ideas, thanks!

storylady said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog!Enjoyed looking at your page too! I use to not knit much either, mostly crocheted, but they are such different uses of yarn. I have arthritis really bad and a wise Dr told me to learn to knit & crochet. If you start small with dishcloths, you'll be knitting like crazy in no time. That's how I tell everybody to start either one!