There is something special and powerful about putting our love on paper. It shows that we care enough to take the time to do it. It let’s us say it better than most of us can speak it, and it lets our wife read it over and over. It can be a reminder of the truth when things are difficult, or when the two of you are apart. It is about as close as you can come to bottled emotions.
Yes, some women are more into this than others, but I can not imagine a woman who would not be blessed by a well done letter of her husband expressing his love for her.
If you don’t have any idea how to write a love letter, check out How to Write a Love Letter by J of Hot, Holy and Humorous.
If you want to make it really fancy, several of you have great things to say about Timeless Message. Personally I’d go to a craft store or something and buy what I need, but not everyone is into that. Presentation alone won’t make it great, but it can make a good love letter even better.
Bonus: I wanted to point to a free resource that Scott from Journey to Surrender is offering. The download has some outstanding questions to help you and your spouse have some intimate conversations.