With Valentine’s Day approaching I thought it would appropriate to discuss all things lurve, and who doesn’t enjoy a lovey dovey post?
I know, that when I was on the dating scene, there were always certain things I looked for when meeting someone new. Looks aside, they would have to have a certain thing about their personality. No, tell a lie, there were several things that I would look for and I would be very disappointed in someone if they didn’t have a particular quality. Perhaps that makes me just a tad bit shallow, but no use in looking for something that isn’t going to make you happy.
So, with that in mind, I’ve been on the hunt and have asked a handful of fellow bloggers what qualities are a must have in their partner.
Jen from Just Average Jen says a sense of humour is what she looks for, and I really do have to agree with her on that one. Making me laugh is certainly an attractive feature, as long as they aren’t overly silly and immature. For me, there has to be a level of maturity with their sense of humour.
Isabella from Fijan in the UK said “Clean shoes .. If a man can take the time to clean his shoes then there’s hope that his home is clean too.” Why have I never thought about something like that? I always saw clean shoes as a sign that a person takes care of their appearance but there seems to be more logic behind it.
“They must have that spark about them – that passion and drive to keep growing throughout life.” Some wise words spoken by Katie from Living Life Our Way.
“Kindness. I think it goes a long way. I could never love a partner who was not kind.” And I find myself completely agreeing with Nikki from Yorkshire Wonders. No one is attractive when they treat others mean.
Siobhan from The Baby Boat Diaries says “Good morals! My partner has amazing morals always baffles me that he got together with me when we were younger. I had questionable morals!”
It’s ambition that Rochelle from Twinkins looks for and who blames her, it’s certainly an attractive feature for me.
Is there anything you feel like you have to specifically look for in a partner?