Student or Learner
"The first note thanking me for diner was fine,but she worked her way up to five or more e-meils a day-forwards, details about her night with friends, the work."
Does "forwards" in this context mean send?
It doesn't make much sense. It might be e-mails a day- forwards details about her night with friends, the work
However, I can't see why she is forwarding these details- writing/sending would work better for me.
"...the work" sounds awkward too. Sounds like it should be "the works," which means "all related items..."
You could say "I had a birthday party with balloons, clowns, music, cake, the works."
I assume it means "emails that she had received from others and sent on to me by clicking on the forward button"
I think fivejedjon is on the right track. . The narrator is complaining about the constant emails from this person and describing the content. Among the emails were forwards: forwarded messages she'd received from others, such as jokes or cartoons or heart-warming stories.