I'm by no means perfect. I can promise I will disappoint and hurt my eternal companion (99% not on purpose, of course), but I do promise loyalty (to a fault) and to give all I am to my spouse. I'm not nearly as interested as what my future husband can offer me (other than love and a passion for the Gospel) than what I can give to him. Two of my best friends are guys and I absolutely love cooking for them, making the house look perfect for their arrivals, and making sure they're happy. There's something wonderful about caring for them. I can only imagine the joy it would be to have a helpmate I could bless every day to the best of my ability.
So here's who I am and a little of who I hope to be:
I'm a six year convert to the Church. I'm more thankful for my conversion and Heavenly Father's Grace and Love than I can ever say or, more importantly, begin to repay.
I love the Gospel. I love waking up in the morning knowing whatever happens is going to be OK because I am known and loved. Not much else matters besides that in the end.
I love my job. I'm the Creative Director for a company that specializes in modest formal wear, prom dresses, wedding dresses - lots of dresses! I still have a lot to learn, but I hope I always do. I love challenges and growing and improving myself. It's hard work, but I love it. Today I represented my company at a wedding expo. It was so awesome (and hilarious) to hear women say "You have sleeves?!" and be thrilled to see a wedding dress that wasn't strapless.
I love learning. I love music. I love swimming at night when the stars are out and the world is still. There's a sacredness to the night, when it's just myself and the universe.
I love travel and language, art, archaeology, history... all the things that remind us just how great mankind can be when he lives up to his God-given gifts.
I believe the best things in life come in as fastballs, sliders and curveballs, not slow, fat pitches right over the plate. Where would the fun be if things were easy?
Well, that's more or less me. Good luck to you all in your search and God's speed. (3