Get Well Soon : When a friend or loved one is ill, has had surgery or is recovering from an injury the natural reaction is to want them to get well soon. You don’t want to see someone you care about suffering or feeling poorly. So the way we try to cheer them up whilst they recover (aside from visiting them) is to send a get well soon message and gift.Our state of mind can have a significant impact on the speed with which we recover. Knowing your friend’s character and the nature of your relationship will help determine whether a faith-filled, traditional, or humorous note would be most effective in cheering them on their way to recovery.
Wishing you a speedy and full recovery. Hoping you feel much better really soon
Sending you healthy thoughts and wishes for the fastest recovery
Just a quick note to let you know you’re in my thoughts and hoping you get well soon
You’re one of the strongest people I know – you’ll be fighting fit in no time!
Find strength in the friends and family around you, take their love and use it to heal
As each day passes you’re one closer to a complete recovery! Take those days one at a time and know we’re here for you
We were so sorry to hear you’ve been unwell. You are in our thoughts as you get back on your feet
I hope this message let’s you know how much we care and will be thinking of you. Wishing you better health
Sending you sunshine to brighten your day and warm wishes for a speedy recovery
We hope these flowers will add a little cheer to your day and you feel better soon
Missing you loads and can’t wait until I get to see you again! Get well soon!
Our Prayers will be for you to feel better and make a swift recovery
Recuperation takes time. Don’t rush yourself, rest as much as you need and we’re sure you’ll be feeling better really soon
I hope this message can help you feel a little better and bring a smile to your face
Remember that you’re not alone. We’ll be here by your side as you get through this
Work has been so boring without you there! We all can’t wait to have you back, so please get well soon
Don’t worry, we’ll fight this together. I know we can win! You’ll be feeling better before you know it
Thinking fondly of you and wishing you a quick recovery
Sending you the biggest hugs and wishing you love and good health
So sorry to hear you’re feeling unwell. Hoping you regain that spark we all know and love very soon
I heard that you are in the hospital. I hope they release you soon because we need you more than they do!
Don’t think of it as a hospital stay. Think of it as a spa package that includes meals, regular health evaluations, and jello cubes. (Miss you!)
I want your recovery to be faster than a child running to buy ice cream on a hot summer day! Get well soon buddy!
I hope you feel a little better every day.
Hang in there, better days are coming. I hope each new day brings you closer to a full recovery!
Just a quick note to let you know you’re in our thoughts and hoping for a speedy recovery
It’s been so lovely seeing you every day, with your humor and kindness, but it has been so sad not seeing you. Being ill and out of commission is hard on anyone. Everyone here sends best wishes for your health and healing. Take all the time you need to get well, and know that, when you return, there will be many happy faces waiting to greet you.
Get well soon! Everyone here misses your contagious smile. Nothing has been the same since you became ill. No one tells a joke as you do, so please hurry and get well fast!
When I think of you, the word “strong” immediately comes to mind. Use that strength to get well soon, my friend.
Get well soon! Your family and friends miss you a lot and I look forward to your return. We all send our best prayers to you, and want you to know that you are greatly missed! So, take good care and return to us soon.
Best wishes and hoping you’re feeling yourself again very soon
I can’t wait to see that amazing smile of yours again. Feel better real soon!
The most important thing in illness is never to lose heart. We’re right there with you. Never lose hope
You’re always in my heart – get well soon
Recovery is a process. It takes time, it takes patience, it takes everything you’ve got
Take the recovery slowly – we want you to be as good as, if not better than before!
Hoping you feel better soon and just ask if you need anything. I’ll always be there for you
All our prayers will be for you to make a quick recovery
I hope these flowers lighten your day and bring you some joy. Get well soon
Being ill is no fun! Hoping you get better soon
I know these words may seem like nothing but I hope they can lift your mood a little and remind you how much I care
As you travel the path of recuperation, I wish you comfort, care and speedy healing
I’m Florence Nightingale and you’re my patient. We will get through this together
Wishing I could take away all your pain, and sending all my love
Choose your words carefully, being respectful and sensitive to how the sick person is feeling is essential.
Be positive. Don’t focus on the negatives of their illness. Try to lift their mood and make them feel better.
If you feel it’s appropriate then you can use a joke or funny message. Be careful though and certain they won’t take offence at this.
Mention you are thinking of them. For a sick friend or family member to know they are in the thoughts of the people closest to them is a real lift.
If you can – offer support. A message saying you’re going to visit them, bring food, something like that. Even small chores they may need doing would be a huge help.
This too shall pass.
Tough times don’t last, tough people,
It always seems impossible until it’s done.
What you do today can improve all of your tomorrows.
Start where you are. Use what you have.
Do what you can. I may not be there yet, but I’m closer than I was yesterday
Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.
Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.
We should not give up, and we should not allow the problem to defeat us.
Sorry to hear about you’re not very well Dad. I’ll come and visit soon. Love you so much.
You are the bravest man I know Dad, and this pain will soon pass. Get well soon, love you!
Happy thoughts to get you well soon Dad, that’s what you taught me and it’s worked so far!
Go ahead and milk this as long as you can. I would. Love you Dad!
We are always here for you Dad and know that we’re all praying for your speedy recovery.
We know you’re feeling a bit under the weather but we hope you get back right up! We Miss you!
Sending love and light, and hoping you feel better soon
Think positive thoughts and you may heal more quickly than you thought possible. We miss you and want you better soon!
The most important thing in illness is never to lose heart. Our prayers are with you. Get well soon!
Sending thoughtful prayers your way that you will soon feel right as rain
I hope the compassion and love of friends and family helps you recover. Much love
Take care and you’ll be back doing the things you love in no time
Know that there are so many of us that care about and will be by your side as you recover
If I could I would switch places with you and take away all your pain. Stay strong and I know you’ll get through this
Wishing you brighter days ahead
I heard you’re feeling under the weather – get better soon
Take it slow and steady and I hope you get better one day at a time
You’re a tough cookie – you’ll be better soon!
Wishing for your fast recovery
Hope you recover quickly!
Wishing you a quick recovery and continued good health
Missing you terribly and wishing you all the best. Lots of love and feel better soon
I hope these words can brighten your day – I miss you and can’t wait ’til you’re feeling better!
Our deepest thoughts and prayers are with you as you heal
May your recovery be quick, painless and find you in tip top condition
Praying your stay in hospital is short and your recovery quick and simple
Hang In There
Hello, my friend; You’re on my mind,
Because you’re somehow ailing,
But your response to any challenge
Change, move, dead clock, that this fresh day
May break with dazzling light to these sick eyes.
Burn, glare, old sun, so long unseen,
It’s nice to hear you’re doing well
And convalescing fast,
And here’s a wish that your good health
When You’re Not Here
When you are ill,
our sun goes under a cloud.
Your presence in our lives
Everything looks so bleak
Everything looks so bleak when you are sick
And everything looks so pale
But I know that this is a temporary phase