Like a dog without its bone and a cat without its milk, I am rotting away without my favorite treat. Your hugs and your smiles. I miss you.
I don’t need to be away to miss you. Even when I’m with you, I miss the memories we’ve made before and think about those that are yet to be.
Missing you is like being diagnosed with a disease. The pain is slow, painful and constant.
This text has been sent by your husband’s heart – it misses you.
I went overboard, I crossed the line. I gave you, many a reason to whine. Baby I am sorry, for not being myself lately. Please come back, and forgive my stupidity. I miss you.
I am afraid of the feeling of missing you, because it reminds me of all the dark days I’ve spent being away from you.
The reason for my existence, the purpose of my life. The core of my being, is you my dear wife. I miss you.
Even though I am alive, my heart has stopped beating. Even though I am breathing, my body is suffocating. Even though I still care, I can’t bear any longer that you’re not there. I miss you.
I have hugged my pillow more than I have hugged you this week. Come back soon from your business trip or else my soul will get weak.
Missing you is like breathing – involuntary, continuous and critical to my survival. I miss you.
If missing you gave me strength, I would be Superman right now
Sometimes I start missing you just because it reminds me of what it’s like to fall in love.
I promise never to leave my dirty laundry on the bedroom floor. I promise never to hog the TV remote. I promise never to burp when you are around. I promise to help you clean up after dinner. But all these promises come at a cost – you will come back early to spend more time with me. I miss you.
Missing you is like therapy – it replenishes my mind and body with happy hormones. I miss you.
My life has plunged into darkness and I am drowning in frustration. I feel as if I’ve been pushed to the deepest depth of the oceans. Save me baby, rescue me from this pain. I just want look into your eyes and hug you again
The kids miss their mommy, I miss my honey and the home misses its queen bee.