Whether family member is sick, injured, or recovering from a medical procedure, it’s important to send a cheerful get well wish with kind words to brighten their day. We all like to know that someone is thinking of us when we’re down, but sometimes it can be hard to know what to say.
The following expressions for health and speedy recovery will help. Your parents or grandparents will know you care with these “hope you’re feeling better” wishes.
Get Well Wishes For Parents And Grandparents – Hope You’re Feeling Better
Get Well Wishes For Parents
- ♦ I sure am missing those Dad jokes! Get well soon.
- ♦ Dad/Mom, I miss seeing your face around the table and hearing about your day. Please heal quickly.
- ♦ Dad, you have always been my hero. I’m praying for a heroic recovery for you that arrives soon.
- ♦ Dad, you’ve always been my number one source of advice. I sure do miss your wisdom. I hope you get well soon.
- ♦ Dad, it’s been too long since I’ve gotten “the look” from you. Get well so you can keep me in line.
- ♦ May the love in this message envelop your heart filling you with the inspiration and strength you need to heal quickly.
- ♦ May the Lord have compassion on you and fill you with His great strength as you recover.
- ♦ Recovery is hard, but I’m right here behind you cheering you on. Hang in there.
- ♦ Even when you’re sick, you still show me what it means to be a man and not give up. Thanks for every lesson, Dad, and get out of the hospital soon.
- ♦ Mom, you were always there when I was sick, and now it’s time for me to return the favor. Prayers for healing and health.
- ♦ Dear Mom/Dad, these are my wishes in a nutshell:
Feel better soon, heal, and get well!
- ♦ I hate to see you under the weather, Mom/Dad. Prayers for sunny days ahead.
- ♦ I’m sorry you’re sick, Mom/Dad. Stay strong and I will be by to check on you soon.
- ♦ God blessed me with the best father/mother I could have, and I know He will bless you with a quick recovery.
- ♦ Dad/Mom, may relief and healing come quickly.
- ♦ I’m sending you a dose of cheer, and I’m praying for you to heal, love you my dear.
- ♦ Dad/Mom, may your strength be revived and your thoughts be heartened by this message of love for complete healing.
- ♦ Dad, give those nurses your look that kills. I know you’re still a charmer, even in the hospital.
- ♦ Dad/Mom, I can’t wait to hug you again, so please listen to your doctors, and come home soon.
- ♦ I hope you’re being a patient patient! Feel better quickly!
- ♦ I pray for your pain to soon go away so that you can enjoy much brighter days. Thinking of you as you recover, dear Dad.
- ♦ Here’s hoping this illness turns out to be brief and soon you’re feeling great relief.
- ♦ I hope your recovery is strong and steady. I’ll be here for you whenever you’re ready.
- ♦ Dad, I know that hospital food can’t compare to Mom’s cooking. Sorry you’re missing out! I hope you feel better soon.
- ♦ I know you’re lying there in that hospital bed thinking up some new Dad jokes. I can’t wait to hear every single one!
- ♦ Mom, you have always proven what a strong woman you are and been an amazing example to me. Please use that strength to get well.
- ♦ I’m sending you therapy in the form of my deep love for you. Miss you!
- ♦ I’m missing that special “mom magic.” I hope you feel better soon.
- ♦ Dad/Mom, the whole family is praying for you to feel relief. We love you and are here for you always.
- ♦ Mom/Dad, I hate seeing you unwell. I love you and pray you improve quickly.
Get Well Wishes For Grandparents
- ♦ Grandma/Grandpa, you deserve special treatment. Love and kisses as you recover.
- ♦ Grandma, you are one of the most beautiful women I know. Prayers for you to get well as soon as possible.
- ♦ I’m praying your burdens will suddenly lighten,
And that a time of healing will make your days brighten.
- ♦ Your illness has lasted way too long,
But I know you will beat it because you are strong.
- ♦ Here’s hoping that soon you’re back on your feet,
Enjoying recovery that’s sweet and complete.
- ♦ Sorry you’re stuck in the hospital, Grandma/Grandpa. I hope this message brings you cheer. I miss you and hope you heal quickly.
- ♦ I miss our long chats, Grandma/Grandpa. Prayers for you to recover your strength and get back to your old self.
- ♦ You are the strongest person in this family, Grandma/Grandpa, and I have great faith in you to use your strength to get better.
- ♦ Grandma/Grandpa, I’ve always admired your bravery and strength. Sending hugs and prayers as you convalesce.
- ♦ In case you haven’t connected the dots,
Get well soon, ’cause I’m missing you lots!
- ♦ I’m waiting to see you and hoping it’s soon. Sending warm wishes for wellness.
- ♦ I know you like to stay busy helping others, but now is the time to let others take care of you for once. Sending special prayers for you to have a speedy recovery, Grandma/Grandpa.
- ♦ This old sickness has to go! I need my Grandma/Grandpa back more than you know. Feel better soon!
- ♦ My sweet Grandma/Grandpa, I hope you can feel the warmth and love this message for a speedy recovery brings you.
- ♦ Oh, how I miss that twinkle in your eye, Grandma/Grandpa. I hope it returns soon.
- ♦ It sure is quiet around the house without your shenanigans, Grandma/Grandpa. I hope you’ll be able to show us some new ones soon.
- ♦ Grandma/Grandpa, the only place for me while you heal is right here by your side. You ♦ can count on my love and encouragement every day.
- ♦ Hoping you’re healed and healthy soon, my sweet Grandma/Grandpa.
- ♦ Because my love for you is infinite, I wanted to send messages of healing and cheer.
- ♦ I can’t wait to see the smile return to your face. Prayers for relief, Grandma/Grandpa.
- ♦ Grandma/Grandpa, I couldn’t be more grateful for the amazing love you’ve shown me through the years. I’m praying for you to feel better and get back on your feet soon.
- ♦ Grandma/Grandpa, I’ve always leaned on you, but I hope you know you can lean on me too when you need to.
- ♦ I’m sure your trip to the hospital will be added to your list of stories. I can’t wait to hear you tell it, Grandpa. In the meantime, take care of yourself.
- ♦ Seeing you sick breaks my heart, Grandpa/Grandpa. Please feel better promptly.
- ♦ I’m so sorry to hear you’re sick!
Get well, Grandpa/Grandma, and make it quick!
- ♦ I hate to hear you’re feeling blue!
Is there anything I can do?
Love you, Grandpa/Grandma.
- ♦ I hear you’re off your rocker and laid up in bed!
Here’s hoping better times are waiting ahead.