Move someone’s heart.
Well, you cannot do that without having a degree, but your words can!
You think it’s difficult? Let’s do it step-by-step.
1. Get a paper and a pen.
Yes, a paper and a pen. I know you have the worst handwriting and all, but, trust me she will love reading that almost-illegible scrawl.
2. Begin by yourself.
Find a good place. A quiet garden (yes, they exist) or your favorite place in the room or your cane swing. Go to the place where you two have spent hours together, talking. Whatever, be comfortable.
Think about her. About the time you two have spent together. About the things you said that made her laugh. The words she spoke, of which you have no idea because you were busy looking at her eyes and those lips.
4. Quick scratch.
Write for like fifteen to twenty minutes. Whatever that comes to your mind. Try, but you don’t have to be grammatically correct all the time. So after fifteen minutes of writing, you think you suck? Perfect. We wanted that to happen. We are done for the day.
Sir, we don’t need to edit. If you want to add more, go ahead. Do not edit a single sentence you wrote yesterday. You want your words to be quick and true. You don’t need to sound smart or intelligent, just be yourself. She loves it that ways. No kidding.
6. Get some gut-pants.
You thought writing was the most difficult part? Hah! No bro, the difficult part is yet to begin. Fold it into a plain and neat envelope. Stop thinking about making smileys!
With heart in mouth, send. Or better, go and give it to her in person, hand to hand, face to face. Ask her to read it when she reaches home. If she wants to read it then and there, don’t deny.
You just did it bro! Now either you will be friendzoned forever (they have this particular friendzone-speech. Ping me if you need to crosscheck.) or you get to be the luckiest guy.
In either case, make sure you make her smile all your life.
Let me know how it goes. 😀