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March 02, 2010


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you know, i made that list but was very skeptical about it. i was afraid it closed me off to potential partners who didn't hit every characteristic i was seeking. but i did it anyway. about once a year or so, i'd write a new list, thinking i had changed/grown/matured and what i was seeking was likely to change/grow/mature, too. and so i'd write my new list and compare it to the old list and it was always basically the same! go figure.

then i met the man who later became my husband. and just to see...i checked the most recent list i had made to see how/if he stacked up. and weirdly, he hit them all.

so yeah...i think having the list is a good idea because it gets you to the fundamentals and then you'll know it when you see it.

Raymond Johnson

I have to agree with making a list of what you want in a partner, but then again I am Raymond Johnson the subject of Nikki Johnson’s list and now her husband. Making a list helps you to recognize what you want when you find it. Making a list puts positive energy into the universe and if you believe in the power of attraction then you will draw that person to you. I will not proclaim to possess all of the traits on Nikki’s list but she found enough of the in me to love me, and because I love her I am moving towards achieving the other characteristics. Making a list is also an act of faith. Faith is an extremely large part of finding true happiness. Thank you SuperYenta for telling our story in your own way. Keep up the good work.

shira levine


Your email made my day! Mazel tov to you and your beautiful bride.
May you have many, many years of happiness and continued manifest destiny: make your list and it will be!
Please give my warmest regards to Nikki!

Sending you all my love,

Feel the love! Visit your SuperYenta!

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