8.05.2008

Sincerely,

Have you ever struggled on what to put when you're signing off on a letter. I've been noticing different ones lately. This morning I got an email, and the person signed off:

Believe,
Phil



I have never seen that one before. Most of the time I skip it and just go for the name, because I'm a chicken.

What's your sign-off?

4 comments:

The East said...

I know what you mean on this one. My emails back in the day always ended in "in His arms." After a while I kinda wondered what people thought who did not really know who Him was. So I did what any man would do and I went to just placing my name.

Eric said...

If it's someone I've know for awhile I am real informal. I sign out with "E"
Otherwise it's just my name.

Matt W. said...

If it's an email to someone I don't know well, or I'm asking for something official at work, or some customer service or something, I usually put, "Thanks for your time and attention." For everyone else I just say, "Talk to you later"
Talk to you later,
Matt

rdurbin86 said...

i'm not real big on the closing thing myself, but if i had to pick one it would probably read something like this:
"keep your stick on the ice,"
this is where i got it: http://www.writeexpress.com/letterclosings.html