Do you text your DH/SO occasionally/everyday with a little note?

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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:28:34 AM
Do you text your DH/SO occasionally/everyday with a little note?

If so, what do you type that you can share?




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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:39:21 AM
We text all day. We start the day with "Have a nice day, hope blah blah doesn't get on your nerves," or whatever else may have happened at work and end with "I love you". Then there are the random "omg, blah blah is such an idiot", "Eating at so and so restaurant", "I'm near your office, want a Starbucks?" (that's my favorite!). Of course once in a while I get the "that shirt you had on this morning was hot!"....

It's a nice way to connect throughout the day (we've been married over 20 years).



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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:45:35 AM
Yes, and during the day.





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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:50:54 AM
We usually do, but I don't text my DH much because he is a busy guy at work. It's usually limited to specific questions that can't wait, or checking to see if he's going to be working late or not.

If he texts or calls me, however, that's a sign he's not too busy, and then it varies from one of us just needing to talk to someone who loves us, or we get seriously flirty. Those make for good days.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:54:15 AM
For years my husband and I have either made a quick call or text to enjoy a "coffee break" togther. Some days he is too busy and will text at lunch.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:05:28 AM

We often text inside joke type humor to make the other laugh. Sometimes it's a reminder about some business. And sometimes it's sexting -- and no, I won't be sharing.

He leaves for work at 5:30 am and calls me as soon as he gets on the road. We talk as he's driving. Just a nice way to start the day.








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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:12:51 AM
We text a couple of times a day. Just silly things, to make a joke or complain about something.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:14:34 AM
Almost never do texts. I usually call him once a day, usually toward the end of the day, to mention what I might be making for dinner (or not, so that he knows it's a "scrounge the refrigerator/freezer" kind of evening ) or to let him know about something -- dd's physical therapy, or the workmen at the house, or traffic, or whatever. Some days I don't even do that, it just depends on whether I'm working or home, and what's going on at his end. He has a very busy job and spends a lot of that time at meetings in other bureaus (he works for the State Dept.) so he doesn't have a lot of chat time.



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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:24:30 AM

We text all day. We start the day with "Have a nice day, hope blah blah doesn't get on your nerves," or whatever else may have happened at work and end with "I love you". Then there are the random "omg, blah blah is such an idiot", "Eating at so and so restaurant", "I'm near your office, want a Starbucks?" (that's my favorite!). Of course once in a while I get the "that shirt you had on this morning was hot!"....




This is us ^^^
It ends up being maybe 10 exchanges in any given day.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:28:31 AM
No, we're both at work and neither of us really has time to text or make personal phone calls. We text or talk during the work day maybe twice a week.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:35:27 AM
DH and I gchat on and off all day. I'm always working at the computer and he is either waiting in court or in his office at the computer too. I love knowing that he is just a keyboard away if I need him. Even just to say hi.




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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:48:12 AM
Every day! When he is home it's usually things like I love you. How about lunch? Sometimes it's more intimate but not typical. Without fail he is the one to text me though. He wishes me a good day, I love you. Or just a simple to let each other know we are thinking of the other
Even though he is deployed right now we still send texts almost every day. This one has been rough on us both so communication is essential. Those texts are somewhat different. be safe. we love you. i miss you.
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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:48:26 AM
DH & I work together. Our texts are generally related to where we need help or what needs to get done.

DH is really good about sending me a text to go see something cool though. He had me go check out the eagle on the river bottom yesterday. Of course it was eating a dead calf and I needed to find which cow was missing a calf - but the eagle was cool, none the less.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:52:19 AM
No. My dh is not supposed to take or make personal calls and he generally works through his breaks and lunches. There is also no cell signal inside his building anyway.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:54:51 AM
My last txt to DH was:

"Dishes in the dishwasher are CLEAN. You don't have to put them away, just don't put any dirty ones in there"

The one before that was:

"Mornin babe! When you get this txt, givve me a call, gonna stop by lowes after work and pick up a new range hood and backsplash panel, so I need you to measure for me. Thanks"

Yeah, sexy - I know... In my defense, we remodeled our kitchen about a month ago.



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Posted: 7/26/2013 7:57:53 AM
We text all day. We start the day with "Have a nice day, hope blah blah doesn't get on your nerves," or whatever else may have happened at work and end with "I love you". Then there are the random "omg, blah blah is such an idiot", "Eating at so and so restaurant", "I'm near your office, want a Starbucks?" (that's my favorite!). Of course once in a while I get the "that shirt you had on this morning was hot!"....

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this is us too. We own our own business but are often at 2 different locations. He's my best friend and 6 kids, 4 grandkids and many years together his daily texts/calls still make my day




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Posted: 7/26/2013 8:08:30 AM
I do. Mostly inside jokes and pictures of whatever one or the other dog is doing (in the summer when I'm home). Sometimes just a heart or something.

Nothing I couldn't post here, but also mostly nothing that would make sense to you guys.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 8:34:45 AM
We text most of the day. We always start our day with a good morning text as he leaves for work while I'm still in bed. Then we text throughout the day. Just little random texting here and there. I'm often bored at work (peaing) and he often has down time between patients.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 8:56:16 AM
Very rarely, we do not try to bother each other at work! I teach, so can only look/use my phone at certain times and he is way too busy to stop what he is doing to take a silly text from me. If we text each other- it is something important/urgent.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:07:42 AM
Usually. Today, for instance, I know he has 4 surgeries before noon! Since it's a stressful morning, I texted him a little good morning note with an emoticon blowing a kiss. I know it will put a smile on his face when he has a moment to check his phone in between cases.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:10:26 AM
My husband is not much for texting unless he wants to share or see a photo. We talk to each other all day long though, probably we average 5-6 phone calls a day.



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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:12:51 AM
We do.

He always lets me know when he's reached worked - just a quick note "I'm here. I love you."

During his work shift, I may text him a quick emoticon or light text. Sometimes if there's something he'll be interested in, I'll send him a link, especially if it's something I think he would share with his work crew (airplane related - a couple of times I've found out about a crash or other news before he has either from here or FB and been able to alert him to it so the guys could go find coverage of it)

He'll sometimes text "looking forward to the weekend" or "can't wait to get home"

Just those types of things. Some business, some serious but nothing time consuming.



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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:18:00 AM
No, but to text would require DH to have a cell phone and he doesn't have one and doesn't want one. I am hoping to get him to use one soon though. There have been a number of times that I wished I could reach him because I forgot something or whatever.





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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:23:19 AM

No, we're both at work and neither of us really has time to text or make personal phone calls. We text or talk during the work day maybe twice a week.


This. If we do talk/text it's - "pick up TP". Or "working late". No need to small talk during the day.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:30:08 AM
We text a few times during the day. It is the best way to reach him since he is usually in meetings and he can read the text when he get s a break.

Some times I will get some vents from him about work. Usually we text about dinner and evening plans and the kids' schedules.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:31:19 AM
Nope...DH doesn't have a cell phone! LOL

I never call him at work unless it is absolutely necessary (like I need info and can't wait for him to check his email at some point during the day).

I will email though if I need to tell him something.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:32:56 AM
DH work out of town for 8 days on so I get a text in the am, saying that he loves me and give the girls a kiss from him. Only sometimes does he vent about work. He can't have his phone with him through the work day, company policy. I text him when we wake up and the girls say something too.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:34:03 AM
We text each other every day. Just the usual stuff like hoping he has a good day, how we slept the night before, what we are having for supper, stuff like that. He always makes me smile.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:50:29 AM
If it's informational, we usually use email. He's on the computer all day most of the time, and I'm a teacher so it's easier to check that.

We don't text for no specific reason - he's often very busy and it's not appropriate for me to be texting when I have students. I might send him a text during lunch or my planning time if I need to, or after school to check on his schedule or to see if he's already home/has eaten if I'm running late.

We don't call each other unless it's an emergency, or it's after school/work hours and we need a quick answer while either of us might be driving (we both have cars with Bluetooth connections so we can be hands-free on the phone).

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Posted: 7/26/2013 9:58:41 AM
"No, we're both at work and neither of us really has time to text or make personal phone calls. We text or talk during the work day maybe twice a week.
------------------------------------------------------------------------This. If we do talk/text it's - "pick up TP". Or "working late". No need to small talk during the day.
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Yea, That!! We are both too busy to be texting. HOW in the heck do those of you that text all day do it? Doesn't it irritate the other co-workers? Yea..hard to say, not like they can say anything, ha. It would bug the crap outta me if I was busting my butt working and a coworker was getting texts all day!






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Posted: 7/26/2013 10:11:17 AM
We text a couple times a day, usually just little notes about something funny, or something we have to do that night, etc. It's easier for me since my phone is on my desk right beside me. He keeps his in his tool box and he is not always next to it so he doesn't always see them timely.



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Posted: 7/26/2013 10:12:04 AM
DH has a busy, stressful job. He doesn't need me texting him with family stuff; I just handle it; that's my job. We have a synced family calender on our phones so he knows where everyone is or needs to be. If his schedule changes, he just updates the calender with "staying late" and a time he expects to be home. He's often in meetings and traveling so we save texting and messages so he can focus on his job.

I used to sit next to a gal who had to "check in" with her newlywed husband; no lie- 30 times a day!! It was back in the day before unlimited texting and data plans so it was an actual phone call. He was the extremely over the top jealous type, she worked Accounts Receivable. I'd hear her saying that she made a collection call to a business and only hearing her side of the conversation could tell he was quizzing her on who exactly she spoke to... "no, Tom wasn't in today, I had to speak to Betty." "No, I'm not meeting Tom to discuss his account, I already said he wasn't there today." "No, I don't know when Tom will be back in the office, I'm sure Betty will handle it so I don't have to call back,, I promise." "Yes, I love you too, Babe." "Ah, come on, you know I mean it, I wouldn't said I love you if I didn't mean it." "Yes, I'm sorry I had to call Tom, but it's my job to follow up." "Yes, I will ask for Betty next time and see if she can relay the message." "No, I will be right home after work, you can stop at the store and get the pasta if you want." "Smooch, smooch, got to go." "No, there's no one here, I have to make some more calls and file my report." ... 30 times a day, 5 days a week!






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Posted: 7/26/2013 10:18:12 AM
We hardly text throughout the day. I work a very busy and physically demanding job (cardiac unit at a hospital) so it's next to impossible to focus on my patients and carry a text conversation all at the same time. I'll sneak into the break room to call him if there's something on my mind or if I need to inform him of or ask him something. He typically emails me reminders and whatnot and I check them on lunch. I will call him on my way home from work if absolutely necessary but at that time, he's working in a loud, secured room (3rd shift). Our jobs simply don't allow for lengthy texting but a quick email or phone call works.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 10:19:16 AM
Only occasionally. He lives in Arizona right now, so I'll text him if something important or special is going on. He also works in a tight security area where he's not allowed to bring his phone a lot of the time, so I may not hear back from him until the end of the day.

I'm really grateful we have those capabilities, though, especially to send quick info or photos about the kids. When we first got married and he was gone with military a lot, our communication was still snail mail, with the occasional phone call.





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Posted: 7/26/2013 10:47:22 AM
We do occasionally. During the school year I may send him a text during lunch or my planning. Sometimes I just need to hear from someone who loves me when I get stressed out.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 10:51:56 AM
I don't text my BF (my phone is ancient, and doesn't do texting, loL!) but we talk once a day. It's usually pretty mundane, to ask how his day is going, and find out whether either of us has errands to do after work, etc. etc. BUT, it is nice to touch base- if I don't call, he'll call me.





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Posted: 7/26/2013 11:28:18 AM
My husband is a tugboat captain and crane operator, so I never call him or text him thru the work day. Occasionally he'll text me on his break and ask "what's going on today?"

Some of the guys I work with are getting texts all day long from their wives - as part of management, this is a real pet peeve annoyance of mine as they are working around heavy equipment all day and it's a safety issue.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 11:35:43 AM
All day .

Silly stuff, sexy stuff and sometimes boring stuff. We miss each other during the day so I get a little flutter in my heart when I see his name pop up on my phone.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 11:58:42 AM
I text if something important or really funny happens, but mostly I wait until he's on the train home or actually home. I texted when his dad got out of surgery recently, but other than that it's probably been a month since I texted while he was at work. He turns the ringer off most days so he won't be distracted and he doesn't check his phone until he leaves the office anyway, so texts usually go unseen.

He texts pretty much every night when he leaves his office so I know what time to have his dinner ready. He didn't like texting his eta every night and I certainly didn't want to be demanding about it, but it's a practical issue involving dinner so he's gotten pretty consistent with it.

We pretty much never call while he's at work. That would only be for emergencies.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 12:17:04 PM
My hubby also works in a security area so no cell phones allowed.

But he does leave work a lunch time for a quick call to me letting me know how his day is going. A couple of times/wk we leave each other texts knowing that he won't get his until he's back out in his car leaving work. But still a nice way to leave a message that he was being thought about during the day.

He has an hour long commute, and on his way home he calls me and we talk the whole drive home. It's nice to help him "debrief" from his stressful job that way and he arrives home with this "Dad" and "Hubby" hat on.

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It takes about 15 sec to erase the old note and write another one - then leaving it there to surprise each other.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 12:24:06 PM
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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:04:54 PM
Yes, just love-you type stuff and pictures of mattresses - totally G-rated: we got in an accident once (minivan vs mattress that fell off a truck), so now when we see mattresses in weird places or unsecured, we take a picture of it for the other one.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:11:44 PM
MonkeysInk, that is hilarious! and I really like the idea of the dry-erase message board... I gotta get my crafting on and make something like that!





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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:20:45 PM
We are charged $.25 per incoming or outgoing text, so we almost never text. We both have free Google Voice numbers and can text through that, but we generally email or call each other.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:22:16 PM
I love texting at work! Easiest way to communicate. If it's too long / complicated of a story to text, I'll call or wait until after work. But random 'hope you're having a great day,' or "omg, so and so is a complete moron' or the random 'where do you want to meet' text makes life easy.





Yea, That!! We are both too busy to be texting. HOW in the heck do those of you that text all day do it? Doesn't it irritate the other co-workers? Yea..hard to say, not like they can say anything, ha. It would bug the crap outta me if I was busting my butt working and a coworker was getting texts all day!


Lots of downtime in airports, hotels, restaurants, and sometimes I just need a break from work and sending a text to somebody that makes me happy, lifts MY mood. But I also text at the office. Why would any of my coworkers care? My phone's on silent. I text clients, friends, coworkers too... how would anybody even know who I was texting? Or why would it matter? Nobody else works on my programs, so what I do doesn't affect them. Texting is a major part of my communication for a lot of people, not just a significant other. It doesn't mean I don't work hard.


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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:40:49 PM
My husband can't have his phone on him at work so I send him an email each day. It's usually just a quick update on how everyone is doing at home and thanking him for working so hard for our family or telling him something I appreciate about him. I usually close with an idea or plan of things we can do when he gets home so he has something to look forward to



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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:41:04 PM
My SO's a truck driver and is out on the road 12-13 hours a day so no texting for us. He calls when he gets to where he's going.

Or he calls like he just now did to vent to me that he's on the interstate in bumper to bumper stopped traffic lol. Like I can do something about that


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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:27:22 PM
We text about once it twice a day
Usually with things like, "can you pick up milk on the way home"
Or, "don't forget about the BS meeting tonight"
Or, "can you pick up DS on the way home?"

Although yesterday I texted him about the tree trimmer next door cutting the giant tee and letting the huge logs fall into my yard breaking my trees


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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:29:16 PM
Well, seeing as how I've never sent a text in my life, the short answer would be no!

I never email him, either. If we need to talk during the day, we use phones. And even that is not too frequent... maybe 2 days a week?!?!?

I guess I'm just old fashioned. We didn't have cell phones in the good old days and we all survived just fine! There is very little that can't wait until we see each other.

I probably sound ancient, eh? I'm only 40!

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Posted: 7/26/2013 6:29:37 PM
Just for fun I looked up the last few texts that I sent to DSO during the day:

Yes your Dad is picking up both boys after school today.

Are you listening to PBS? I quite like the Guy Davis songs they are playing.

Where did you go for dinner?

Are you not talking to me?

I asked where did you go for dinner?

(His phone was on silent LOL!!)

I'll go put Dad's chooks away coz I'm taking Anna home from work and she needs some eggs.

Do you want me to pick up something for dinner on the way home?


Wow, isn't that........ romantic?!?!?!
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