Remember in middle school when you passed a note between a class mate? You had limited space to write, and limited time in which to pass it on to the right person, or the teacher caught it and read it to the entire class. Many of which giggled and pointed at you later.
Today, however, we live in a world full of technology, and sending a love note has never been easier. Getting the person to read it, however, is up to them. But, just don’t say, “I love you” in your message. Make it tender, sweet, and from your heart.
By the time they finish reading your love note one thing should be perfectly clear in their mind, the fact that you love them. You could say, “I’ll be thinking about you all day.” or “I wish I could be there to share lunch with you.” Have fun with your love note, make it real.
Take the time to write your loved one a letter by hand, seal it in an envelope, and place it where they will be sure to find it. The trick is not to be caught!
Notes have more meaning when your not around, and make the one you love more anxious to see you at the end of the day.