I swear I'm not just saying this, but I do think about my lovers in between time we spent together in person; I wonder how they're doing, think back on our time together, and often wait in anticipation for the next time we will see each other.
Sometimes you just have an amazing client-provider connection, but, unfortunately, for a variety of factors, in my case, as a companion who's majority of lovers are either visiting from out of town or are meeting with me in a location outside of my home base, the distance is what keeps us from meeting more frequently.
So, with these mitigating factors, certain questions arise, especially considering the boundaries that come with our very specific kind of relationship, and what are we to do when unable to see each-other in person, and is there a way to respectfully reach out and check in with each other -while maintaining the boundaries of our relationship.
Personally, I don't mind, and even welcome keeping in touch virtually between in person meetings. While I do welcome you to arrange one of my virtual dates if you would like an in-depth catch up, I love receiving the occasional email or message from a past lover, and am happy to get back to you.
On my part, I won't reach out to you unless we had a great connection and established this is acceptable, for example, to follow up on a generous gift, or to let you know I will be visiting your city, or even just to check in if we agreed this is acceptable, and I may send the occasional news letter to those who have subscribed to my mailing list, but, of course, I will always be respectful of the boundaries companionship affords us.