So my aunt gave us a card for our wedding stating that her "gift" to us was letting my *other* aunt and her family use her camper for the weekend. I heard through the grape vine that Aunt A was complaining that it cost her $150 in fuel to take the camper out there, something that I didn't ask her to do. Aunt B is her favourite sister so I wasn't surprised that she offered the camper (Aunt A and her BF brought their motor home for themselves, we paid for the camp site). I had actually offered some alternative accommodations if it was going to be too much hassle for Aunt A to bring both rec vehicles out there. Aunt B is pretty broke so I guess instead of asking her to cover fuel, Aunt A made that our present.
I wasn't really involved in this whole thing, so I was kind of surprised by the note in the card. I don't care that they didn't give us anything, but it would have been less weird had she just given us a card and that was it.
I guess my question is, do I just thank her in the card for what she perceived as a gift? Like "Thanks for bringing out your camper for Aunt B"? I'm feeling salty today for other reasons so I need help with wording LOL. Just want to get the last few thank yous done and sent by the end of this week!