I am penning next week’s newsletter intro on Thanksgiving Day, as I will be attending a conference next week. The turkey is in the oven, and everything else is nearly done, so here I sit at my computer.
As soon as I sent last week’s newsletter I realized that I did not wish my American readers a “Happy Thanksgiving.” Then I began to think about how the practice of wishing holiday happiness has left the personal, and spilt over into the commerical. Many businesses send holiday greetings. And I often enjoy receiving them. But if a company (me, in this case) fails to express a holiday greeting, is it a faux paux that requires an apology?
In any case, I hope yours was a warm and loving holiday.