DEAR CHRISTINE: I’ve fallen in love from afar
Can you print this letter in your column so that this young woman would read it and know that I am in love with her, but too shy to approach her?
Christine, she works at a government department in Independence Square and she wears a black and grey uniform. She has a pleasant personality, a shape like a Coca Cola bottle, pretty eyes and is very beautiful. She looks very neat and tidy in her uniform and carries herself well.
Christine, it seems as though she starts to work from 9 a.m. Every morning I just wait to see her pass, even if it means I have to miss a job. On evenings she leaves at 5 p.m and I am there to see her go – just to get a good night’s sleep. I would like to make this woman my wife at any cost or condition. I am madly in love with her. I am sending my contact number to you, hoping that she would read this letter or that someone who knows her would make contact with you for my number.
I am 45 years old and single. If she has a boyfriend I would settle for her friendship. In time she will grow to love me. Being with her for the rest of my life would be a dream come true.
With the information given, most people who know her would know who I am referring to.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Judging from the type of job you do, I am surprised that you are so shy. Offering this young woman a ride or giving a friendly greeting could break the silence which now exists. I am sure she has no idea how you feel about her, but I hope that she’ll see this letter and may be write to me.
Or, as you suggested, maybe a friend would see the letter and “come to your assistance.”