However, I'm happy to help out however I can in the next two weeks." If you haven't landed a new gig yet or your new start date is negotiable, know your limits. If you're willing to stay an additional three weeks, for example, don't let your manager talk you into staying three more months.
A Gracious Tone. Your resignation letter is not the time to air grudges, take passive_aggressive shots, or otherwise be unpleasant. Regardless of how you feel about your (soon to be former) job or your boss, this letter should be an exercise in professionalism and graciousness. An excellent way to do that is to say a simple "thank you." Even if you hated your job, you got something from it at some point. Focus on that positive bit if you need to.