Honesty and being unpredictable. For me these two traits are more attractive than having a good face or body.
Physical traits - I love his green eyes and his long brown hair.
Personality traits - I love the fact that he makes me laugh and that he is always optimistic and supportive of the people he loves.
So many things. His sense of humor, his kindness and his complete support of me and whatever I do.
His eternal patience!
The way he loves looking at birds from his binoculars.
How elegant he looks reading his paper; those powerful beautiful hands holding the pages, one leg crossed over the other, toe pointing up.
His voice, which is gentle.
How gentle he is.
His eyes, which were designed by Picasso, for me.
My husband is a sweet and gentle guy, he is a dedicated father too. He's my bestfriend even before we got married.
Appearance wise, It's so hard to choose just one. He's so handsome. I'm a hand person though and I love his big hands and he's just got the most amazing smile.
Personality, soo much as well. He's so goofy and supportive of me in everything that I do. Everybody could be telling me that I can't do something and he'll be the one person telling me that I can. He's always making me laugh and he's so thoughtful even with the smallest of things. He's also willing to fight for me and put in the work necessary to make our relationship work and be able to withstand any obstacle.
What can I say, he's my number one guy :]
I love him so much it's just hard to pick only a few - he's very attractive and has a great smile and beautiful green eyes.
Personality wise we both have the same quirky sense of humor and no one makes me laugh like he does. He is so supportive of me and so devoted to our family. He never yells and we don't fight. If we disagree we actually talk about it and don't argue - that is VERY attractive, and quite rare, in a partner
I think he's the sexiest thing alive when he plays with the kids after working all day even though he's tired. I really love everything about him I think
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