A dear friend gave me a quote by Noah Webster in his book The Original Blue Backed Speller.
"Is a young woman devoted to dress and amusement? Is she delighted with her own praise, or an admirer of her own beauty? Is she given to much talking and loud laughter? If her feet abide not at home, and her eyes rove with boldness on the faces of men- turn thy feet from her, and suffer not thy heart to be ensnared by thy fancy.
"But when thou findest sensibility of heart joined with softness of manners; an accomplished mind and religion, united with sweetness of temper, modest deportment, and a love of domestic life- such is the woman who will divide the sorrows, and double the joys of thy life. Take her to thyself, she is worthy to be thy nearest friend, thy companion, the wife of thy bosom."
The woman of this quote is worth being! Surely she is a Proverbs 31 woman.