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Write A Letter To Your Aunt Who Has Not Been Keeping Well
Here’s a letter you can use to write to your aunt who has not been keeping well lately. It’s short, but it should show her that you are taking the time to write her. You can edit the letter as you see fit. Dive in!
Write A Letter To Your Aunt Who Has Not Been Keeping Well
I hope you are doing well. I just wanted to check in and see how you are doing. I will be coming to visit soon and would love to know if there is anything that you need or want. If there is anything else that I can do for you, please let me know!
I hope that our family can get together soon. Please tell everyone hello from me.
Love always, [Your name].
I hope this letter finds you well! I’ve been thinking about you a lot lately, and I just wanted to check in and see how you’re doing.
I know that things have been tough lately—you’ve been struggling with some health problems and life has been hard. But you’re strong, Auntie. And I know that if anyone can get through this, it’s you. You’re a fighter!
So keep fighting! Stay positive and remember that we love you so much. We all want to see you back at 100%, so don’t give up hope just yet.
I’m so sorry to hear that you haven’t been feeling well. I hope you’re doing better now! I know it can be hard to recover from an illness, especially when it’s one that keeps coming back. I’ve had a lot of experience with that myself.
I just wanted to tell you how much I love and appreciate you. You’ve always been there for me, and I want you to know how grateful I am for all of your support and guidance through the years. Thank you for being such an important part of my life!
I’m sorry to hear that you haven’t been feeling well lately. I hope this letter finds you in good spirits and feeling better than ever!
It’s always nice to get news from home, so I wanted to send this note just to let you know what’s going on with me. I’ve been working hard at my new job, but it’s going well and I’m enjoying it a lot. They’re making me work hard, but they’re also teaching me a lot.
I’m excited because they’re having an event at the end of the month—it’s sort of like an awards ceremony where they’ll be giving out prizes for different things. I think it will be really fun, and I hope you can make it if you’re feeling better by then!
Anyway, take care of yourself and let me know if there’s anything else you need from here. Your family misses you tons!
I hope this letter finds you well. I know that you are not always able to make it to the phone, so I wanted to take a moment to let you know that I am thinking of you and wishing you the best.
You have always been such a wonderful person, and it has been such a joy to have you in my life. We all miss seeing your smiling face every day, but we know that if there is anything we can do for you, we will do everything in our power.
Please let us know if there is anything at all that we can do for you. We love and miss you very much!
I hope you are doing well! I was wondering how you were doing after your surgery. I have been thinking about you and wanted to know if there was anything I could do for you.
If there is anything I can do, please let me know.
I hope this letter finds you well. I’m sorry I haven’t written sooner—it’s been a busy time here, and I’ve had a lot on my mind.
I just wanted to check in and see how you’re doing since we last spoke. We were all concerned when you had that accident with the car, but I’m glad to hear that you’re recovering well! Please let me know if there is anything we can do for you during your recovery process, or if there’s anything we might have forgotten from your last visit.
I hope to see you again soon!
Love, [your name].
I hope this letter finds you well. I’ve been meaning to send a note for some time now, but I’ve been so busy with work and school that I haven’t had a chance.
I saw your post on Facebook about how you’re not feeling well right now. I’m sorry to hear that. If there’s anything I can do at all to help out, just let me know. You know how much of a grouch I am when other people aren’t feeling well—and yet how much I love being able to take care of them once they’re doing better!
So if there’s anything you need from me, please let me know ASAP. And if there isn’t anything specific, just knowing that someone is thinking about you and trying hard not to be a pain in the neck will really help me feel better… and hopefully give you some peace as well!
I hope this letter finds you well. I know that these past few months have been difficult for you, and I wanted to check in on you and see how you’re doing.
I understand that it can be scary when you’re not feeling your best, but I think it’s important to remember that there are so many things in life we can’t control—and worrying about those things is a waste of time and energy. So instead, why not focus on the good things? For example: what’s one thing that makes you happy? What do you like to do on the weekends? Are there any new books or TV shows you’ve been watching lately?
You’re a strong person who has made it through some really tough times in this life, so keep going! You don’t have to let anything stand in your way.
Love always, [Your name].
I hope this letter finds you well. I have been thinking of you a great deal recently and wanted to write to you about how much I miss your presence in my life. You have always been such a special person to me and I am sorry that we haven’t spoken as much lately. I think about all the times we used to play together when we were children, or when we would go shopping together when I was younger and how much fun it was! It really breaks my heart that things have changed so much between us recently and I hope that one day soon you will be feeling better so that we can spend some time together again.
With love, [your name].
Dear [Aunt’s name],
I hope this letter finds you well. I’ve been thinking a lot about you, and I wanted to take a moment to check in.
I know that you haven’t been feeling well, but I’m glad that you’re doing ok. It’s hard when we’re not feeling our best, but it’s also important to remember that the rest of your family is there for you! We care about you and want to help out however we can—even if it just means checking in with a text every once in awhile.
You have always been such an inspiration to me—not just because of how kind and loving you are, but also because of how strong and brave you are. You have always been so willing to do whatever it takes for the people around her, even if it meant putting yourself last on the list of priorities. This is something I hope to emulate as I grow up—and one day become as wonderful as my Aunt [name].
Please let me know if there is anything at all that I can do for you while you’re recovering from your illness!
It is so good to hear from you. I hope this letter finds you well, and that this time of healing has been a positive one for you. I’m sorry for all the worry I’ve caused you over the years. It’s just that I’m so far away from home, and when things get hard, it can be hard to reach out.
I hope that you’re enjoying your time here in [city]—it sounds like such a beautiful place! Have you seen the [site name] yet? My friend told me it’s really incredible and worth checking out on your trip here.
I’ve been thinking about how much our lives have changed since we were children, but they’ve changed in different ways. You were always so level-headed and responsible, while I tended towards being more impulsive and reckless. Looking back now, I feel bad that I caused you so many problems! But if anyone was going to pull through them all with grace and kindness, it would be you. You’re always there for everyone around you—which is why it’s so important for me to give back any way that I can.
My friends tell me that the best way to make amends is by doing good works in my community.
I hope you’re feeling better! I know that when you get sick, it’s hard to want to leave the house. But I wanted to let you know that we’ve been thinking about you and missing your presence around here.
Your little nephew is growing up so fast, and he misses his “auntie” too. You’re always helping him with his homework, but since you’ve been out, it’s taken him a lot longer to finish assignments. And then he gets frustrated and ends up crying at the kitchen table because he doesn’t understand the subject matter (or what’s going on).
I’m worried that he’s not getting enough sleep either—he seems really tired all the time now! But every time I suggest a nap, he gets upset with me and says that naps are for babies. Well guess what: naps are for adults too! Especially when they’re tired from staying up late because they can’t get their homework done before bedtime.
Anyway, just giving you some insight into things around here—I’m sure everything is fine where ever you are (and if not, hopefully this letter will cheer
I’m sorry to hear that you have been feeling ill. I know how frustrating it can be to not feel like yourself, and I hope that you’re getting the rest that you need to get better.
I know that your health is important to you, so it must be really frustrating when you’re unable to do the things that make you happy. I hope this letter finds you well and helps make things a little easier for you while you’re feeling down.
If there’s anything in particular that would help take your mind off of things, please let me know and I will do my best to accommodate!
I hope you are doing well! I was thinking about you the other day and I wanted to send my love your way. I hope you’re feeling better and that everything is going smoothly for you. If there’s anything we can do to help, please let us know!
I know that there are probably a lot of people who want to be in touch with you right now, but please know that we care deeply about how you’re doing and what’s going on in your life. If there’s anything at all we can do to help or make things easier, please let us know! We love you very much!
I am writing to you because I love you so much and I want to let you know that no matter what has happened in the past, we are family and that will never change.
You might not remember me, but I remember you. You used to sit in your chair at the end of the hallway in our old house and knit sweaters for all of us. I remember how soft and warm they were, and how much they smelled like home. You were always kind and loving when I was a child, and even though I didn’t see you as often as my other aunts, every time we did get together it was like you had never left me.
I know that things have been difficult for you lately, but please don’t give up hope! There is so much good ahead of us—we just have to keep going through this time together until we get there.
Love always, Your niece.