Entries Tagged as 'Thank You Pages'

Saturday, April 22nd, 2006

Mahalo: Waikiki

Thanks to the guy at the parking garage who was so nice to hook me up with the validated price. Parking in Waikiki can be so expensive. So many Mahalos.

Braddah — Waikiki, HI

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006

Thanks: NYC

Mio,

Thank you so much for taking time and taking me upstate on Saturday. Your friendship is very precious to me. I can’t think of many people that would have taken time to do that for me and I cannot express how deeply that has affected me. Thank you for always being there for me no matter what and please know I am always here for you. I love you so much!!! I still owe you big time…

NICE Girl (Nuriz) — New York, NY

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Thank You: Chambersburg, PA

Here’s a thank you found on the pages of the Chambersburg, PA Public Opinion:

We have been searching for the couple who helped our daughter and her boyfriend during their recent automobile accident. No amount of thanks would be adequate for the comfort that you were able to provide for both of them until the emergency crews arrived.

We thank you for your compassion, your prayers and your willingness to assist wherever you were needed. We are forever grateful that you were there to provide care and re-assuring words at this frightening time.

John and Lynne Diehl

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Thanks: Acts of Kindness

Thank you to Emma Hand of Acts of Kindness, the online kindness sticker company, for including NICE Magazine in their recent customer email newsletter. Here’s our mention:

Nicemagazine.org collects stories of nice behavior. The thank you pages of this website are a reminder that small acts of goodness can make a big impact, from sixth graders in Minnesota to merchants at a NYC flea market.

NICE featured the company early on in our history. Check out the story here.

D. Robert — NYC

Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

Thankful stars

Stars are thankful too. Check out full Oscar speeches and thank yous on the Oscar website.

Sunday, March 5th, 2006

Double Thanks: NYC

Thanks to two nice merchants who helped card carrying, cashless New Yorkers get by:

To the woman selling costume jewelry and Bakelite treasures at the Hell’s Kitchen flea market for taking $9 off of a necklace since we were short on cash.

To the nice order taker at Tony Luke’s who let us slide on the $0.30 change that we didn’t have.

Both little yet extraordinary acts of niceness. You two rock.

D. & Beth — NYC, NY

Monday, February 27th, 2006

Three thank yous in Pittsburgh

Three thank yous were printed in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette:

Citizens come to the rescue of a heart attack victim at the Pittsburgh International Airport; anonymous person often brings morning newspaper in; and, stranger helps fallen man make his way home.

Friday, February 24th, 2006

Thanks: Sheboygan , WI

From the Sheboygan Press:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the young man who helped me during the snowstorm on Thursday, Feb. 16.

I was attempting to leave work and got stuck in our parking area. He came from nowhere and stayed until he got my car going. He is my hero.

This week happens to be “Random Acts of Kindness” week, he unselfishly braved the elements to help me. What a terrific act of kindness.

When I asked him if he worked in the area (the riverfront) he said, “no, I’m from Plymouth and I’m just out helping people.”

I didn’t get his name but I consider him my angel. Thank you again, my angel from Plymouth.

Barbara Gruenke — Sheboygan, WI

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

Serious Thanks: Sonoma Co., CA

In December a friend of mine went missing for several days. It was a horrifying experience, but thankfully she was found as safe as she could have been. As a member of the search party, my job was to drive through northern california posting missing person flyers. I came in contact with sheriffs, forest rangers, bartenders, gas station attendants, shop owners, motel desk staff, etc. Every single person had a kind word. Every single person posted the flyer immediately. (Click the title above for the full story)

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

Thanks: Chicago Toll Booth Guy

Thanks to the cheery toll booth guy in the north bound toll booth on I-94, just north of Evanston, at around 9:15 a.m.

My buddy and I were on our way to ski the wicked slopes of Wilmot, WI and thought nothing when entering this toll. All of a sudden, this toll booth guy busted out a hearty, “How are ya?” It was a super nice gesture considering this dude probably sees a billion drivers a day.

D. — Chicago, IL