Someone you see yourself marrying/being with in the future.

Right. I was eager to get on with today's blog challenge, but I have to admit, when I saw what I had to write about today, I wanted to skip. I don't know why, actually. I don't think I'm ready yet to discuss these things even with myself. 
I guess I'll just have to put in the traits/qualities I want my future hubby to be. :)

He should be God-fearing. I know a lot of teens always put this in their list of quality traits, but I'm not sure how many of them really know what God-fearing is. I guess for me, we should share the same faith, both love God and are passionate to serve Him, and... just willing to be molded into His character. As long as He prioritizes God, every other good thing will follow.

He doesn't have to be rich, but he should be capable of giving a good life to his family. A lot of young couples are struggling financially, and I don't really want to be in that area. It's not wrong to have little, but if possible (I pray to God!), I hope to have a husband who can financially support his family. Life would be better that way.

He doesn't have to be handsome, but he should be able to make me laugh/smile in those unexpected moments. Good looks die away with age (for most people), so I'd rather have a guys humour and stay happy with him. And besides, most men tend to womanize when they know they've got killer looks, so it's really safer (I think) to go for the moderate funny type. Of course, not all good-looking dudes womanize. It's just a stereotype. :D

He should be loving, despite my flaws. Nobody's perfect, and that phrase has been used countless times to justify any wrong thing people have done. We all have dark spots in life, and that "guy" should be able to lvoe me for me. He shouldn't have ideas of how a woman or his wife should be. Acceptance and communication are, as I see, most important too.

Those are just some of my requests, but if God wills me someone better, then I'll be equally happy! :D