Thank you for your recovery wishes?

I was recently sick and my friends sent me recovery "wishes" (messages wishing me a speedy recovery). Is it correct to say to them "thank you for your wishes"? And would this also apply in different contexts? (for example, when someone is wishing you good luck on a job interview, romantic affair, in a competition etc.)

Answer

Referring to these messages as "recovery wishes" is technically accurate but just not what people say. In this situation it’s more common to say, "Thank you for your thoughtful messages" or "Thank you for your kind thoughts." Maybe "thank you for your kind wishes". Or "nice thoughts/messages/wishes".

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