Would it be taken as I (the writer) admire the person being written to?
Or is it incorrect – that it means that I admire myself?
Is there any way I could write a similar closing with the same feeling to it, that I admire that person? Any ideas welcome 🙂
Ok so it is wrong – it just doesnt work. So what could I say instead?
It could be taken as you admiring the person being written to. Admirably is an adverb similar to sincerely, respectfully which are commonly used as complimentary closes in letters.
Sounds like Admirably yours would mean that you admire that you belong to them.
Maybe you can say that you admire them and then say love always or truly yours.
well it means that you admire that person so theres ntohign wrong with it you could always use yours truly