27) Five Ways to Win Your Heart
Now winning a heart is a long, and laborious thing. There is much it involves, but I say this five things put you ahead of everyone else. 🙂
And these are in no particular order.
1) Be a Movie Fan
I’m sure all of you are aware of how much I love movies. And all movies. I watch every genre, from the 1920s to the present time.
So to me it is important that you not only love watching films (I know some people who don’t and I think that is cra-A-zy!), but you have to be appreciative of those made in the past.
Now do we have to feel the same way about every film? No. As long as you are willing to view my favorites with an open mind, I’m good.
Except for Star Wars, if you don’t like that then forget it.
In my case Boy
Now in my case as I love films, you know I quote them ALL the time. You don’t have to do it, but you have to love me doing it.
I love to read, I read all the time. I love talking about books, I love being with books, and I have a horrible addiction to buying them.
I need someone who is not only able to understand this, but just as obsessed.
🙂 Dreaming of that.
For more of my love of books, go to One of Many
I couldn’t find a good picture of listening that I liked so I chose this gif from The Italian Job. Before he kisses her, Charlie listens to everything Stella has to say about her dad. Her anger at him for not quitting his thieving lifestyle; her guilt in not being nicer or having a more loving relationship; and her belief that her father never loved her. Charlie listens to everything and then tells her what her father told him, that he regretted not being a better father to her. He then comforts her, giving her a friendly kiss on the forehead.
I want someone like that, who will sense I’m upset and really listen to everything I’m saying. Not trying to justify it, fix it, but just give comfort in their presence.
4) Get in to the Holiday Spirit
So you all know I love holidays. Every year I do 14 of my favorite Romantic Moments for Valentine’s Day, list of favorite characters that match with the animal from that year’s Chinese New Year, 17 of my favorite Irish characters for Saint Patrick’s Day, my favorite paintings of Christ for Easter, a celebration of May 4th, 31 days of horror films for Halloween, a thankful post for Thanksgiving, and 25 films of Christmas.
I have also done a post in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. B-day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, the 4th of July, the day time travel was thought of by Doc Brown, remembering the 5th of November, and Veterans’ Day,
So while you don’t have to be big on the holiday spirit, you do need to be willing to come along for the ride. Whether it is eating heart-shaped pizza, baking soda bread, dying eggs, having a Star Wars marathon, going trick-or-treating, dressing up, watching horror films, baking pies, watching Christmas movies, singing Christmas carols, cutting down a Christmas tree, baking cookies, etc; you need be in the passenger seat of my holiday express train ride.
5) Be a Christian
I’m a Christian, as I have stated before, and I want a Christian guy. My faith is very important to me, and I want someone who understands this. Someone, who when I’m struggling or hurting, will instantly pray for me.
To start the 30 Day Challenge from the beginning, go to Musical Madness
For the previous post, go to Hunk-a-Thon
For more on my idea of the perfect guy, go to How to Meet the Perfect Guy