5 romantic messages every wife should text her husband before he gets home from work
Marriage can be a very beautiful thing when the couple understand each other and have deep knowledge of each other’s likes and don’ts.
As a result, it is very important to have constant communication between every wife and husband. Communication is good, but it is even better when it is romantic.
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Below are five romantic messages every wife should text her husband before he gets home from work:
1. I can’t wait for you to get home
Most often, work is the only thing that can come between married couples. Therefore, to make sure you are always in your husband’s thoughts, remind him that you always love him and cannot wait to be together with him at home.
2. Just out of shower
Another romantic text a wife could send to her husband at work is a photo of herself out of the shower. This would pique his interest and make him realise that he is missing something at home.
3. I’m making your favourite food
Never doubt the saying that ‘the way to a man’s heart is good cooking’. There is nothing more romantic than letting your husband know that he will arrive from work to meet his favourite delicacy.
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4. Thinking about you all day
Your husband is probably stressed out at work and seriously need some inspiration. Pick your phone and tell him how much you love him and how he’s all you think about.
5. I have a surprise for you at home
Trust me the moment you tell your husband that you have a surprise for him at home, his full attention will be on you till he gets back. Make sure you truly surprise him when he returns and let the romance flow.
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