I have former colleagues whose birth date I don’t even know who’ve been sending me birthday wishes every year for over 20 years. Not sure why. It triggers discussions and conversations and it makes me happy (I’m not complaining at all Be A Yogacorn Not A Twatopotamus Shirt – it’s nice to know people care), but I’m not particularly likeable or sociable (I don’t perceive myself as such, anyway) and I have no clue why they chose to implement and maintain this one-way tradition.
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The basic principle of card sending = if you want people to know who it’s from then sign your name. If this person doesn’t want people to know then just take the spirit of the card and be happy it was sent, don’t worry who sent it. I hope they stay anonymous and keep sending rather than get spooked and stop. They’re former colleagues, Ryan, you jerk. Just cos people no longer work with you doesn’t mean they drop out of your Be A Yogacorn Not A Twatopotamus Shirt.
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Exactly. They’re people who live abroad and seem to like keeping contact and they’ve obviously liked working with me, and I enjoy their keeping things alive even though it’s not a Be A Yogacorn Not A Twatopotamus Shirt I would have created or fed myself. Which is why I can totally understand that someone would send a Thank You card each and every year. It makes sense to them, and why not? People like Ryan are devoid of common sense – & probably long-term friendships as well.