Something that made me smile on Adelaide St was a bus that said “Thanks Brisbane” on the front. The electronic displays where the route name and number usually are must be able to be customized any which way. I often enjoy the Merry Christmas ones in December, but this was the first time I had seen a bus say “Thanks”
I’m not sure what it was thanking Brisbane for – prehaps the recent community spirit in times of floods?
Maybe it was just saying thanks for riding the bus.
Thanks for being awesome. Thanks for being you!
In reading the book “Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway”, it seems thanks is one of the most loving things we can do, and often that acknowledgment and thanks is something we just don’t give enough of. I make the extra special point to do it now. For example, even if it is as simple as an email forward that doesn’t require a response I will mostly always thank someone for it, recognising they were thoughtful of me in that small action.