Stationary for Hand-Written Thank You Letter?

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  1. teachinIA4137

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    Hi all

    I just wanted people's opinions. I plan to hand write letters to the people I am interviewing with tomorrow. But the only stationary I have is off white, with a flower in the bottom left corner.

    Do you think having that little picture there is unprofessional? I sent my roommate to get me new stationary, but she came back with cardstock :huh:

    I dont like thank you cards, but I prefer to hand write a thank you letter.

    So, no picture, or is the picture fine! Please let me know what you think!
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    Your stationery sounds lovely.
     
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    Oh man, good thing there isn't a spelling test! :whistle:
     
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    There is...trust me...cover letters and resumes are scrutinized. We once had a candidate who wrote that she was trained in the workshop model as described by Lucy Cawkins...yeah, we are a workshop school. We know Lucy. That's not how you spell her name. :dizzy:
     

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