I skipped half the questionnaire!!! Here's the ending:
What would the headship of the husband look like in your idea home? He could lead me the way he likes, as long as he respects my weaknesses, as well as my desire not to be one flesh with him during periods of fertility (for example if too exhausted, or too busy with children)
How do you feel about women working outside the home? I don't agree with it. But I could do so (a few hours, sometimes teaching) if it can help the family, as long as it's not a nuisance for the family.
How do you feel about women in pants? I disagree and it puts me off and makes me cross.
Of the seven deadly sins (pride, greed, gluttony, sloth, lust, anger, envy), which is the most challenging for you? Envy and jealousy are a big trouble to me and I have difficulty with those two.
What would others say are your annoying habits or bothersome attributes? Well I speak a lot (only with close friends), laugh too loudly, lack good manners sometimes and have mood swings. I speak to myself too or complain, and some people hate it.
What are the most important things you desire in a spouse? Understanding, meekness, piety, and good knowledge of the Doctrine, as well as stability (possibly a cradle Catholic)
Things you absolutely would not tolerate in a potential spouse: Hesitant about his conviction (either ED or SSPX depending on who he'd meet), not virile enough, unsure, lazy, not being able to keep a job....
What, if anything, have you learned from past relationships with the opposite sex? Well that men can fall in love very quickly and one must be very careful the way she gets dressed.
Political ideals: Right wing, very much against the free-masonic republic.
Education: Degree in English, about to get a Master's Degree in Translation.
Employment: I can teach (I prefer nuns' schools) or give individual lessons.
Health: Variable, need a great deal of sleep (about 9-10 hours.) and tend to be anaemic.
Allergies: Dust (doesn't prevent me from cleaning).
Drink? NEVER, no alcohol at ALL.
Night owl or morning lark?I don't know... very inefficient at mornings... but I like going to bed early too.
How messy or disorganized are you? Despite I spent a year in a Nun's school with my own room, I'm still as MESSY as before.
What makes you laugh? Anything, jokes, facial expressions, after hard days...
What are the little things that please or delight you? Flowers, especially orange ones, the birds singing, sunshine, France, classical music...
What would you like to be doing in 10 years ideally? Raising a family? Supporting a religious convent (either being from the Third Order or what) or teaching nuns? Develop my talents and my husband's.
Intellectual interests: The Catechism of the Council of Trent, Encyclicals, the SSPX, reading, French history, etc.
Hobbies: Reading, writing, drawing, etc.
Talents: drawing, writing, translating, languages, singing (esp Gregorian Chant, or polyphony)
Top 5 Favorite books of all time: The Catechism of St Pius X, the Antiphonale Monasticum (to pray), Fr Francis books, French-English dictionary, my Missal.
The last 5 books you read. Are these books typical of you?: A little booklet criticizing the conciliar Church ; Father Finn - Harry Dee ; Redemptionis Sacramentum (Benedict XVI) to be able to criticize it ; Notre-Dame du Laus (to learn about Mary's apparitions) ; Vie de Mgr Lefebvre (written by himself)
Music you actually listen to most often: I love classical music and Gregorian chant. I'm OK with pop music (Cranberries, etc) but not whatever has satanic influence.
Favorite movies/TV shows: Desperate Housewives (though it gives a terrible image of woman), Fawlty Towers...
Favorite foods: French! Italian...
Serious pet peeves: heretics, progressists, other religions, modernists, anti-traditional people, people who can't speak English properly...
Pets you have, pets you desire, pets you'd put up with: I dunno pets too well... It's a great deal of work having one and it prevents you from travelling.
Idea of a romantic evening: Being out, near a sunset, with birds singing, and us, just there, watching the trees, nature, and thanking God.
Important notice: I'm a convert. I cannot cook at all. And I'm learning to get "good manners" which I lack as I was raised by a man on his own.