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For me, I'd change it to "I Love You, but don't TEXT Me." And call me on the cell only when necessary--like, an emergency or you're running late, or checking on my safety.
Admittedly I'm a proud hold-out for land lines, direct conversations, chatting with real friends (not strangers on FB) and avoiding the delay in answers between text messaging and/or hearing frequent beeps and ring tones all the time.
@DrMelodyMcCloud and PT blogger
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