(Taken From The Book, Sefer Ha’techinot U’Bakashot)
May it be Your will before You, G-d, our G-d and the G-d of our forefathers. The G-d of Avraham; the G-d of Yitzchak; and the G-d of Yaakov – that you protect, guard, Divinely supervise my husband from all harm and from any illness.
And give him a good life, a long life, a life of sustenance and honor. And provide us with seeds of sustainability (children), and worthy children who are righteous. And establish between us always a love and solidarity, peace and friendship.
And establish in our hearts a love for You and an Awe for You, so that we may do Your will and serve You wholeheartedly, like kosher Jews. And to do engage in charitable acts and kind deeds with Your nation, Yisrael.
And bless my husband with a full blessing with strength and peace, just as it states (Vayikra 6:24-26):
'May G‑d bless you and guard you.’
'May G‑d shine His countenance in your direction and be gracious to you.’
'May G‑d turn His countenance toward you and place upon you peace.'
And as it states (Tehilim 41:3):
‘Hashem will preserve him and keep him alive, and he will be praised in the land.’
Amen, may it be Your will.