Just wanted to get a quick opinion.
If he is at work, then I would say don't send it.
You know there's another thing you can do.
>>Men suck at this type of thing.<<
Some who responded seem to think that your boyfriend is angry or has treated you badly, but I'm not reading that in your post.
I know I was pretty vague on the entire situation.
I honestly think it's really silly for posters to be so judgmental about your SO because he was moody once. We're all human beings and we have moods, some good and some bad. We need time away from one another sometimes, too. I don't see anything about your boyfriend's behavior that strikes me as odd in any way.
Maybe you should revise your idea of text messaging. I don't consider it to be a real form of communication wherein two people really connect. It's not a good way to end a fight or to connect with someone. It's just a simple message that someone can read at their leisure, and either respond or not. Couple that with the fact that you get emotional over "texting incidents" and really, the cure for that is to STOP TEXTING!
It sounds like you two could really reduce your fighting if you stopped relying on text messages to communicate. My SO and I have lived together 4 years now, and we only text about trivial things. If one doesn't respond, it's not a big deal. He texted me telling me that a mutual friend wanted to go out Sunday and if I want to come. It's not time-sensitive, it has nothing to do with emotions, and if I don't respond right away it's fine.
Save yourself from texting!! :)
I just wanted to say I completely agree with your opinion about texting.