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FREDERICK, MD - AUGUST 01: A delivery man delivers a package to the house where Fort Detrick employee Bruce Ivins lived August 1, 2008 in Frederick, Maryland. Earlier this week Ivins, a former researcher at the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, committed suicide after learning investigators were going to charge him with the 2001 anthrax attack. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Are you doing all of your holiday shopping online? This is a great way to say “thank you” to your delivery drivers and spread some holiday cheer.

According to footwearnews.com, UPS and FedEx are estimating that over 1.25 billion packages will be delivered this holiday season. That’s a lot of packages and delivery drivers are going to be working in overdrive to get deliveries to you on time.

Then we saw this the other day. It’s a trend that started a couple years ago, but it always picks up steam around the holidays.

What a wonderful idea. More people should be more Thoughtful

Posted by Gail Santino Yandell on Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Yes, we know…sometimes there are stories about those delivery drivers that don’t take the best of care of our packages, but that’s not all of them. You probably know your delivery drivers pretty well anyway.

Here are some examples of signs from Pinterest.com >>