It is hard to find free sample letters anymore! Seems most sites are
selling them now. I did find several sites with sample letters.
Obviously, I found no letters worded exactly to your needs. The
samples I have included will need to be customized with your own words
You might consider a friendly style letter, introducing yourself in the content!
Layout of a friendly letter
WritingHelp has a sample introductory letter. Its intended for
business, but you could ?friendly? it up! For example, you could make
the content warmer, and close it ?Fondly, georgine? (no quotation
marks, of course!) http://www.writinghelp-central.com/introduction-letter.html
You could add a touch of humor, and modify this sample letter of recommendation!
How about this one? You can change ?Welcome you to campus? to ?Welcome
you into the family?
Scroll down to the lower half of the page to see an How to Sell Yourself letter
Block Style letter of recommendation
Iowa State University
and another example, filled out
Here are some good sample terminology examples:
You?d have to make this letter more personal! Click ?Next Letter? to see more.
Ask Oxford has some sample letters:
This one you could change around to say ?I?m delighted to accept the
job of being your son?s mother-in-law?
Letter of reference
Format for a friendly letter
You could change this one to ?Thank you for the opportunity to be your
or this one to ? I?m applying for the position of Mother-in-Law to your son?
I?m including this link, but I?m not sure if it work if you don?t have
MS Word installed. (It?s worth a try!)
Here are some interesting 100 year old letters of introduction!
This site has 4 interesting designs. You type your letter using a word
processor, copy and paste it into the border, and print!
Jan Brett Interactive Stationery
Additional Sample letters:
If you have time, you may want to order this book, on Amazon.com
Great Letters for Every Occasion
My local library has several books on letter writing, with samples.
I'm sure you can find the same book, or others at your local library.
One of them is: Everyday Letters for Busy People" Hundreds of letters
you can copy, by Debra Hart May, Career Press, 1998
Hope this helps you compose your letter, and congratulations on being
a new mother-in-law!
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