Jesse Bailey


I received a sweet Christmas card in the mail this year from someone I didn’t know named Frankie.

I was excited and touched when I received it. I don’t get much mail in here let alone Holiday cards.

I tried to send a Christmas card back to the special, thoughtful person. But I got bad news a few days later.

My Christmas card I sent out came back to me. I was bummed out. I couldn’t return the Christmas cheer that was given to me.

I checked the address and then double checked it again. The whole thing was perfect copy of the return address from the card envelope I had received.

I am at a loss of what to do. So I’m writing this post in hopes to reach this person and thank them personally for their thoughtful efforts.

You know who you are stranger. And thank you for the Christmas card. It put a smile on my face.

Jesse Bailey
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1 reply »

  1. The person didn’t send you the card to get one back. The person sent you the card to make you feel good. It did it/s job…don’t negate it. Pay it forward…do something to make somebody else feel good/happy.


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