Purchase unique stationery and a beautiful pen. Write the letter on the first page of stationary and put the entire package (paper, pen, and secret admirer note) on her desk or somewhere else he'll discover it. You can mail it to him if you know his address. To maintain your identity, leave out the return address. Alternatively, you could drop it under her door in person.
The letter should be written such that it appears to be from someone who works with her and would have no reason to write to her personally. For example, you could write about current events or issues related to your work or school and sign it using your business name or logo. Include a gift item for her to show that you've taken the time to think of her and your relationship. This could be anything from candy bars to coffee mugs featuring pictures of her favorite movies or television shows.
It's best not to use names in your note, but instead use symbols or abbreviations. This way, you remain anonymous but she knows who it is from. Also, don't use full sentences but instead use short phrases or single words. This way, he won't feel like you're sending him a text message but instead will feel like you're writing a personal letter.
Finally, follow up! Let her know that you enjoyed their friendship and you hope she feels the same about you.
Place the gift and the letter in the bag. Otherwise, leave it under his windshield wiper or in a public place where he'll find it.
Now, here's how you write an amazing secret admirer note:
Start by writing a short note explaining what kind of gift you are sending and why you're sending it. For example, you could say "I saw you looking at me across the room at the party and thought you might like a present. I bought this book because I knew you would like it." Or "I saw you crying over your broken heart last week and wanted to let you know that everyone makes mistakes but people who love us never stop loving us." Keep the note short and sweet so he won't throw it out after reading it once.
Next, write a sentence describing your secret admirer site. Then, link to your site in the space provided.
Finally, include your name and phone number in case he has any questions about the gift.
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I resolve to write love notes to strangers first thing in the morning. I suddenly realize I've made the journalist schoolgirl mistake of forgetting my notes and pen. So I go to the local Paperchase and buy some little squares of pale-grey card with matching miniature envelopes. Then I head down towards the river where there's a small cafe with a sunny terrace. When I arrive, I order a coffee and take out my card stock. And that's when it happens.
The trick is not to worry about what will be in the note when you write it. Just write what comes into your mind first without thinking too hard about it. The letter will still be good even if it doesn't end up being a love note. Sometimes they lead to meetings or adventures, others just help you work through a problem. Either way, they're fun to write - especially if you get stuck!
The next day you'll probably have new thoughts and ideas about the person you wrote to. You can always write another letter if the first one gets lost in the post.
Love letters are an art form. They can express many different things: from friendship to romance, from family to politics. The only rule is that they have to be honest. Don't lie in your love letter, even if it makes you feel better. There's no point in hurting someone else just because you're feeling sad or angry.
The secret to a good message is to make the recipient feel as though you are truly thinking about them. A excellent letter focuses on the person to whom it is addressed and displays a personal bond. (This is especially difficult if you're writing to someone you don't know well.) To do this, use their name often throughout the letter. Also, be sure to include relevant information about them - where they work, what they like about living there, etc.
It's also important to write with clarity and precision. Use simple sentences and avoid using complex language or jargon. Finally, be honest! If you can't think of anything else to say, just end the letter on a sincere note rather than a fluff one. They'll understand that you were too busy or lacked inspiration to write more.
As you can see, writing a good letter is not as hard as it may seem. It requires proper planning and attention to detail but it is certainly not impossible. Write your next letter today and let us know how it goes!