Two words we all say fairly often.For example, we hear: “Here is the coffee you ordered” and we might respond by saying “Thank you”. It is almost reflexive.
That isn’t the kind of thank you we are talking about in this blog.
The thank you we want to convey is the heartfelt, genuine, warm kind of thank you.
Here are just few things Tourette Canada is thankful for:
- Partner organizations & staff
- Allied Professionals
- Scientific research and advancement
- Human beings’ ability to learn, be compassionate, and teach
We’re also thankful to you for taking the time to read this blog.
What are you thankful for?