Having good intentions is part of the equation! 😉 Hello again special dearest readers friends from the US, Vietnam, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Nigeria, Colombia, Serbia, Poland, Netherlands, Japan, Argentina, India, Malaysia, Bulgaria, Mexico, Nigeria, Trinidad & Tobago, China, Pakistan, Indonesia, Ecuador, Thailand, Philippines, Finland, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Turkey, El Salvador, Spain, Brazil, Réunion, Bangladesh, South Korea, France, Ukraine, Egypt, Nepal, Poland, the UK, Ireland, American Samoa, Germany, Italy, Hong Kong, Belarus, Canada,, and all! 😉
Your marriage project has just started. Be cheerful and optimistic and enjoy. Remember that you will need some thinking about your prospective husband. In other words, ask yourself: “What career type I like to have my hubby doing? What kind of qualities I’m looking for? etc. Next, you’ll be aiming at the locations where this prospective candidate might be (stay away from bars fishing, they are all losers).
Natalie said that she met her husband through her friend and he had all the qualities she wished to have. Ellie mentioned: “I knew my husband through the club where he used to coach a football team and I always wanted to have an athlete in my life.” Great, so if you were dreaming of getting married to a physician, you should volunteer some time in a hospital 😆
Be smart and do your homework. You can get a lot of info through your visit to the places you expect to meet the one. Then when you did, do not show an instant admiration or an obvious pass because first you need to know more about that person. Suzy explained that she believed in luck but then when nobody showed up, she followed that project steps and she made it in almost 6 months.
Ellie’s mother advice was: “Take a husband who loves you more that you love him.” Do you think the same?
Until we chat again, it is quite enjoyable to proceed a step by step kind of with our hugs and kisses ❤