I believe it is really in our best interest to get to know each other as friends, before we should explore any other possibilities together.
I also know that you need to be happy with yourself first, before you can ever look to share happiness with someone else - certainly cannot look to have someone else "make" you happy. That should already come from within.
It's better to give a little idea of our mutual attributes, rather than listing a bunch of adjectives describing me.
I can say anything here, but it is really up to you to decide.
I would say, staying healthy & in shape are important to me.
Being in touch with my inner child while still being an adult is crucial.
My Christian beliefs are important to me, however being religious is not necessarily an extreme for me & it is important to share some spirituality together.
I believe in the power of believing & the law of attraction as well & none contradict my beliefs or values.
Humor, laughter, honesty, affection, conversation on a variety of topics, compassion for others, playfulness, maybe mixed with some banter & tongue in cheek humor along with big smiles, are all certainly must haves & very easily reciprocated. Very little of any of this is really something I would want to live without. However, not all is necessary immediately, starting out as friends :)
I tend to be less of a conformist than most & prefer to march to the beat of my own heart & have a good sense of reading people. It doesn't change the ability to be respectful, courteous & tactful, but candy coating truth is never on my agenda.
Best of luck to all in finding your best friend & more ;-)