Apparently, they are all over on the thread titled “4 Us Single Men” lamenting their inability to find a suitable wife.
It is good that you are practicing the virtue of patience. The process of finding a good husband should center first around you becoming everything God is calling you to be. The husband part comes secondly. You have to be all you can be before you can give 100% to another person.
So, don’t focus on “waiting” for God to bring someone to you. Focus on living out your baptismal call in all circumstances.
It may be that you meet your future spouse via the internet-- that is how I met mine, so I personally think it is a great option. But, most of my friends met their husbands through school, work, mutual interests, church, mutual friends, etc… the “old fashioned way”.
May I suggest that this is rather short sighted and wrong-headed?
First, the primary purpose of education is not to find a husband, that is never how I approaced it. I did not meet my husband until I had been out of college for 20 years, and had a master’s degree along the way.
You will be responsible for you until such time as you meet your husband and marry. You will still be responsible for you even after that-- if your husband was to become ill, incapacitated, or die… you would be in a very bad spot, uneducated and probably with children to support.
Lastly, as a stay at home mom, educating yourself in business, home economics, education, or liberal arts will well-equip you to run a household, educate your children, and perhaps provide extra income to the house as necessary.
To assume that your husband will always provide for you and that you have no need for an education or the ability to contribute to the household, IMHO, is immature.
No, there is no need to lower your standards. However, I sense a need to mature in the ways of the world and to come into your own as a person-- wholly capable of supporting yourself, with your own interests and activities-- who can be a partner in a marriage when the time comes.
God may have plans for you to do some things before you marry. Be open to that.
If you are interested in online services, I suggest Ave Maria.