Happy Birthday to the woman of my dreams Oluwatosin Abimbola Agbata, my hot babe, dearest Wifey and mother of my children.
I know this is totally different from the focus of Conditioned for Accomplishments blog but I thought it would be pretty cool to write a short post sharing my experience and pointing out some traits to look out for in the woman of your dreams.
Please pardon me if you are a female reader of this article because I used the phrase woman of your dreams and why not man of your dreams, just change it to apply to your situation because the principles are sure the same.
The more you invest in a marriage, the more valuable it becomes. – Amy Grant
Traits to look for in the woman of your dreams
Hooked on God
I met my wife exactly 10 years ago while studying at the University of Ado-Ekiti, she is a quiet, gentle, humane and spiritual babe, who had no time for any other thing besides God, cooking and her studies. On the flip side, I was a lousy, jumpy, go-go kind of guy, who loves to network and make friends with everyone.
One day, I revealed my intentions to date her to my cool but heady friends back in Osekita hostel, Iworoko-Ekiti, they laughed and dared me saying it was almost impossible for that to happen, well I decided to prove them wrong. It took me 6 months to accomplish the mission impossible. I might write a post about that experience in the nearest future.
Happy marriages begin when we marry the ones we love, and they blossom when we love the ones we marry. – Tom Mullen
I am glad my friends dared me because today I am so happy I married this wonderful woman of my dreams, who brightens my life with her gentility and peaceful ways. God has been our helper and has blessed us with ever busy and daring children.
When asked his secret of love, being married fifty-four years to the same person, he said, “Ruth and I are happily incompatible. – Billy Graham