Taylor Swift Sends Sweet Note and Flowers to Fan Who Invited Her to Graduation Party

So sweet! Taylor Swift sent a handwritten note and a bouquet of flowers to a fan who invited the singer to her graduation party.

“I INVITED TAYLOR TO MY GRADUATION PARTY AND SHE SENT ME FLOWERS AND THIS CARD I LOVE YOU HONEY @taylorswift13,” Ashley Silvers wrote on Twitter on Saturday, May 13, alongside photos of the card and the flowers.

The note, which included an illustration of the New York City skyline and a lyric from Swift’s song “Welcome to New York,” read, “Ashley, Hi love! I’m so sad that I can’t make it to your graduation party! The New York theme, the photo booth, it being on the 13th … that’s my kind of party.”

Swift, 27, continued, “I’m so proud of you, your hard work and dedication, your excitement and ambition. I’m very lucky that a girl like you cares about me. Sending you my love and hugs (and to your family!). Love, Taylor.”

Silvers also took to Instagram to share a photo of herself with her card and flowers, adding, “Real life is a funny thing thank you @taylorswift for the gorgeous flowers, beautiful card and 8 years of amazing memories. Love you!!!”

Aside from sending the gift, the “Bad Blood” singer has been keeping a low profile as of late. Earlier this week, Us Weekly exclusively revealed that she has been preparing for a return to the spotlight. “Taylor’s been quietly recording new music for a couple months,” a source told Us. “She’s aiming to release an album this fall. … She knows there’s a demand for a new album and has really started focusing on making that happen for fans. She’s just excited to get back out there.”

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