(ThySistas.com) Do men want happily ever after? Our wedding day is one day that many little girls dream about. As little girls growing up we picture ourselves walking down the aisle. We’ve picked out our wedding party and even the color of our toenail polish. Next to giving birth our wedding day is the most important day of our life. Most many want this but do men want their happily ever father.
We meet the man of our dreams, fall in love and get married upon his proposal. Many of us at one time or another wish for this story book romance. Some of us are blessed to receive it, some of us are not as blessed and some us of decide that it’s not for us.
But do men want the same thing? Many times women have a tendency to believe that men don’t want to fall in love and they run from commitment.
I sometimes have thought the same thing myself. But as I grow older I have come to discover that men want marriage, love and the happiness that comes along with it just as much as women, in some cases even more.
A male friend of mine made once said that he’ll know when he’s met his wife. I asked him how would he know. He stated this, “I will know that I have met the woman that I want to marry when I find myself thinking about her constantly and when I can’t wait to talk to her again. I will know that she is the woman I want to marry when I find myself waking up thinking about her and going to bed with her on my mind.”
Now in my head I thought this was pretty simple, but I was surprised to find out that he had never experienced this feeling, not even with his ex-wife. The more I thought about it the more I found it a bit sad that he had never had this euphoric experience of floating on cloud nine, walking around with a silly grin on his face simply because he is smitten with that little bug called love.
As I was prompted to write about this experience it occurred to me maybe some men want to be swept off their feet by that one special woman. Even though I’m sure that many will never admit that this is the case.
I also wonder if men are walking around all dreamy eyed with fanciful thoughts of walking down the aisle. Are they collecting wedding magazines, catering and bakery lists? Most likely of course not.
But most importantly are brothers ready to give up their player cards? Are they willing and ready to throw out that little black book. Now that leaves a lot to be answered.
Chime in sistas and especially you brothers. Let me know what you think? Are men looking for their happily ever after such as women are?