Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Man of my dreams

I rarely check my hotmail account, but I did today and I was reading some of the old emails I had saved in a folder. One of them was from my BFF Alyssa. This was the summer of 2001 and I was thinking about marrying this one guy. Anyway, in Alyssa's email, she quoted me. While on my mission, one of my letters that I sent her had the criteria of a boy I would want to marry. It's kinda funny, but I thought I would share it.

Ok. this is everything superficial and not. he has to be pretty good looking-not so hot that you feel ugly with him, but just a real hottie. A good dresser- NOT preppy- skater, surfer, boarder type- except not too trendy like that either. He dresses like that cause its him, not some image he wants to have. he has to be kind of built. Nice arms. he has to be smart, but not Einstein ( I want him fairly normal, not on a different mental plain or anything.) he has to know what he wants to do with his life and be headed that way. I don't want a rich guy, but I want someone who can provide for our needs and support me in whatever comes along. (Now for the important stuff) Returned missionary- and not just any RM but someone who loved their mission and really learned what was important in life from his mission. Someone who honors and is not afraid to use his Melchizedek Priesthood. I think that is SO important! Someone who loves the temple and goes often. (Meaning more than once a month.) Someone who loves his mom and dad, brothers and sisters so much and will treat me well.

Good ol' Sister Robson. I didn't marry the guy. Good guy, just not for me. After reading this, I realize that I have let my standards become a little lax. Ah well. What can you do? Here is a picture of my new boyfriend. He has about 3 of the listed criteria above, but it's the best 3. I'll let you figure out which ones.


Dainon said...

He sure is gooood lookin'!

Angie said...

I love him. Well, he lets me wear his t-shirts anyway and that's pretty cool.

Sarita said...

I'm guessing the hottie criteria applies.