This is a letter from a future husband. Kind of a fun way to teach standards:
Dearest Dream Girl,
You might not know me yet and I’m not sure I know who you are either, but you and I will be in love someday. I think about you all the time. I wonder about what you look like, what things you like to do, and what it is about you that will make me fall in love with you when I find you.
However, there are a few things that I know about you already; I know that you are a faithful daughter of our Heavenly Father and that you have a testimony of the gospel. I know that temple marriage is one of your goals and you don’t want to settle for less. I know that you are sweet and kind and you are feminine and fun loving.
Although you like to laugh and have a good time, I know you look at life seriously. Dream Girl, I’m not interested in the girl who gives her lips freely, or the girl who is immodest in dress and conduct. I’m not interested in the girl who changes her standards to fit her company, the girl who can’t see anything wrong with an occasional cigarette, and occasional drink, or an occasional bout of immorality.
I’m not looking for you among questionable company. I’m not looking for you at shady parties because you are not there.
Neither of us are perfect. Yet we will love each other for what we want to be as well as what we are.
And when we both see eye to eye we will kneel hand in hand and seek the inspiration of the Father. There will not be many tomorrow’s until we find each other. I’m waiting anxiously for that day!
Stay sweet and pure because I’ll be looking for you.
Until then, Sweet dreams,
Your Future Husband