Thank You Note Wording for Better Thank You Notes

Thank You Note Writing Help Is Here!

Our thank you note wording page will help you to compose a heartfelt note that shows your appreciation. With everyone being so busy these days, taking the time to do so is a sure way to make someone you care about feel special.

You might not be able to find just the right words to express how you feel. Don’t worry. We have examples of thank you note wording designed to inspire you!

Take time right now, jot a note, and brighten the day of your spouse, child, parent, or a friend. Feel free to personalize the thank you note wording in any of the examples that follow.

Thank You Note Wording

Dear Mom:

Never has it been more appropriate for me to “wish I knew then what I know now!” I might have been a better kid.

This recent escapade with Johnny must have you rolling your eyes. I can just hear you say, “What goes around comes around.”

Thanks for not killing me when I was his age!

Love always,


To my wife, my lover, my friend:

To quote Jack Nicholson’s character in “As Good as It Gets,” “you make me want to be a better man.” And I’m not “overshooting it.” Without you, I am less of a man.

Thanks for being you, and loving me.



Hi pumpkin (insert personal nickname here):

I just wanted you to know how proud I am of you for taking 4th place in the regional finals yesterday. I know you are disappointed, but you gave it your all.

Remember, I am never disappointed with that! You’re number one in my book!

Rock on!

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