My girlfriend told me I wouldn't find a good man online...are you going to prove her wrong?
I am extremely honest. I was never good at lying and I learned at a very young age it's probably best to avoid it all together. I guess that's a hard one for some to accept, but I'm for real.
My life is busy, and I plan my time accordingly. It's not too often I find myself with nothing to do, but when it happens I enjoy some good chill time or take the opportunity to be spontaneous. I value my time and like to use it wisely...for my family, friends and myself.
I love to be goofy, play and laugh. I can't get away from this with 3 boys who are constantly messing with each other (and me). I find every individual interesting and unique with their idiosyncrasies. They make us who we are...ultimately who we fall in love with. We are all weird...and searching for our weird match (key word is match...I'm not searching for a weirdo).
I pride myself on raising my boys to be good men. We women raise men...no excuses. I stop and allow them to open the door for me, and expect all the gentlemanly behavior. I smile big when I see the habits I have encouraged come naturally to them. I expect the man I'm with to give me the same treatment.
Being active is very important to me. I run, do yoga, and climb regularly. Exercise is my therapy. I will never stop moving. I don't push myself to throwing up (yuck), but I'm not afraid of a challenge. I will at least try :)
Nothing about this is conventional. My expectations are to have a "we". Every relationship is different and "we" is defined by the individual situation. Jeremy Passion describes how I want the man in my life to feel toward me ... 'Lemonade' Give it a listen.
Respect, honesty, acceptance, support (emotionally), sense of humor, light heart, commitment...all very important.