Farewell Sayings for Cards

Whether you are saying goodbye to a friend moving away or saying goodbye to a fellow co-worker, sending a last note of farewell is just one way to make a lasting mark. Here are some great examples of farewell sayings for cards that will help you communicate the loss you will experience from their absence while reminiscing on time together.

“Change is the one constant. Let’s meet that change with the confidence that we can handle what comes our way.”

“Don’t be dismayed at good-byes. A farewell is necessary before we can meet again and meeting again, after moments or a lifetime, is certain for those who are friends.”

“Don’t cry because you are leaving, smile because you were there.”

“I am grateful for the opportunities we had, and I will have fond feelings when I look back on this time in my life.”

“I cannot say goodbye to those whom I have grown to love, for the memories we have made will last a lifetime, and will never know a goodbye.”

“I don’t know where life will take you from here, but know that you always have a place to land with me.”

“I feel like I don’t need to say goodbye, I just have this feeling like I’ll see you again soon.”

“I feel very lucky to know someone who is so hard for me to say goodbye.”

“I hate to say goodbye, so I’m writing it in a card instead. Goodbye!”

“I know that I will think of you often. You have been a big influence in my life.”

“I want to send a shout out and a thank you for everyone who has helped me here. You have made this a great place to learn and to have fun. Take care of yourselves.”

“I want to thank everyone for the friendships and the time we spent together here. It has been a great time, and I will look back fondly when I think of you.”

“I will cherish the memories as I look to what the future holds for me.”

“I’ve learned that goodbyes will always hurt, pictures will never replace being there, thanks is a feeble word, memories forget the hard times, words can never replace feelings, and heroes often go unsung.”

“If you can’t stay here, stay in touch!”

“I’m sure that I’ll find out very quickly that I miss you very much.”

“I’m wishing you the best even though I wish I didn’t have to say goodbye.”

“It doesn’t matter if you have five friends or five thousand friends. When it all comes down to it, popularity means nothing. All that matters is that you know those five will be there holding your hand, as the five thousand walk by.”

“It’s with regret that I announce that it is time for me to move on. My own goals and priorities have shifted and demanded the attention that they deserve. I will be leaving to pursue some personal goals that I have put off until now. Please know that I am very grateful for the time I spent here with everyone and I want to keep in touch with you.”

“Leaving is not an option. OK we understand that it actually IS an option, but that’s our way of saying, “We are not happy that you selected that option!””

“Many of you have made a great impact on me, and I’ve learned much from you. Thank you for everything.”

“My strategy for not missing you will be to focus on all the things I don’t like about you. Feel free to use my strategy if you start missing me. Farewell!”

“No matter where you end up, you are sure to have an awesome experience. It’s just who you are!”

“Of all of the wonderful things that I wish for you, leaving me isn’t one of them! So long”

“One day at a time, this is enough. Don’t look back and grieve over the past for it is gone. Do not be troubled about the future, for it has yet to come. Live in the present and make it so beautiful that it will be worth remembering.”

“The hardest part of loving someone is saying goodbye.”

“True friends don’t say good-bye, they just take extended leaves of absences from each other.”

“You will be missed more than well, more than you’ll ever believe!”

There are may ways around the globe to give your farewells and wish another a last or long goodbye. Here is a look at more than a dozen ways to say goodbye.

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