Oh my goodness there is more.
Number 27- 50. Many of these are vague.
Number 51-59. Again–vague.
Number 62. What do you mean by “kind?” Because the foxes in my area died we had an overrun of chipmunks. They are supposed to be 3-5 to an acre. We had about 30 to an acre. They were destroying everything–including our cars. We had to humanely exterminate them. It was not exactly “kind” to end their lives.
Number 66. This seems more about feeling than life. My husband, even when we dated, did not always “make me smile” yes, one should feel good in general, but emotionalism is not the end all be all
Number 71. & 72 Nothing wrong with this, but really, you are adults. Hubby and I met in Feb. We realized by the end of May that we wanted to commit to each other. We were engaged in October and married the following September. In reality, this was MORE than enough time.
The rest of the 70’s need to be discussed by you and your future spouse in the confines of marriage. Respect is one thing, actual acts are another.
Number 79. I married an engineer. There are no hours-long conversations. Yet we communicate nearly flawlessly. THAT is more important than how long.
Number 89. Up to you…but if you get a kid that thinks it’s funny to run in the road, who’s not yet really verbal sometimes it’s better they be scared of a slap on the heinie and of you because they don’t get that the cars could kill them,
Number 91. This is unrealistic today in most occupations. Hubby HAS to travel. He does as little as possible but it’s not optional. Even in my former job traveling wasn’t optional.