Heya SisterGirl, I hope my thoughts will be helpful to you and I hope that will accept that I tend to be fairly direct.
I will say that I am not a big texter. I am notorious for not texting people for some time after they have texted me. Actually, I dislike phones in general, talking on them, texting with them. I like direct contact, i.e. in-person. Why am I writing this? Well, it could be that your guy is a bit like me... Not so hung up ye olde good technology... and texting isn't foremost in his mind. It is perhaps unfortunate that it is your main method of communication, because it limits the way in which you can have contact with each other.
Okay, so on to your question. What do you because he hasn't texted you in two days? Nothing. What does it mean that he hasn't texted you in two days? You are the one with the rules... and I doubt that you have sat him down to explain the rules to him... That is, I doubt you had a conversation where you said, "Btw, you need to text me first every day, because that's the way it works in my world. And if you don't text me after two days there is a problem."
Here's the deal, you already know what's up with this guy, becaue you said it,
I understand he has a busy life, he works monday through thursday then goes out of town to hunt on the weekends. It is very hard to see him not to mention he lives about an hour and 15 mins away. I really like this guy.
If you really like this guy, then listen... because you also said this,
He has talked about future things relating to us. And he even talks to his mom about me in good ways.
In the grand scheme of things, do two days really matter? And if they do, then you can always go this route. Sit down, grab a sheet of paper and ask yourself the following:
1. What are some possible and probable reasons that he has not texted me?
2. If you have listed in the above reasons that "he doesn't care about you" or something like that, then ask yourself this question: What evidence do I have to support this reason.
3. What is the worst thing that could happen if this relationship ended now?
4. What is the best thing that could happen if this relationship ended now?
5. What would I do? To whom would I speak? How would I spend my time?
All right enough... I think you get the idea. Take it easy with yourself... In general I am not partial to rules (Boundaries, yes...) that are imposed upon others (especially if they are unexplained from the start).
I hope this helps!
In every moment... a choice...