Friday, February 17, 2006

The Perfect Man












In response to a comment left on "No Prince Charming - You’ve got to be kidding me"

ElementalGarden said...
I pity you since you obviously haven't found your Prince Charming. In stead of finding the 'perfect man' (I agree, such a man does not exist), find the 'perfect for you man'. I found my Prince, and yes, he has flaws, but that's what makes him perfect for me. If he didn't have flaws, then he wouldn't be with me.



ElementalGarden, there is no such thing as perfect, therefore how can the perfect man exist. He doesn’t. I however am married to my soul mate and have been happily married for 17 years. I accept him for who he is. He isn’t perfect but neither am I.

He isn’t Prince Charming but that is ok because I’m not Cinderella. We are not living in a castle and there is no glass slipper.

We are living in a three bedroom house bringing up two teens. Between cooking, cleaning and playing referee to our teens, we still have time for romance. Life is good and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Ps: I don't need to be pitied. I need a hot tub, a back rub and a weekend alone with my husband without the children.

Rose DesRochers

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I couldn't agree with you more Rose there's no perfect prince charmings, waiting to sweep women off their feet and take them to their castles.

There are some men that still try and be noble, and treat women right and this article shows that you need to find the man that makes you feel special and loved.

And then you will live a happy life:) for love is what makes a happy life ((HUGS))

Steve

The Humanity Critic said...

Just passing through, I'm digging the blog by the way.

Bob said...

Rose;

You know me from what I write. I'm very clear about that. With that in mind, here's a radical idea:

Instead of looking for the right person, BE the right person.

Or should I say Person (hint, hint!)

Rose DesRochers said...

Bob thank you for the explanation. Now I get ya. LOL

THC thank you for stopping in. I'm happy that you dig my blog.

Steve, responsibility separates the boys from the men.


Rose