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Well, hive”? I almost started to talk about wedding ring shopping (!!!) when I realized that Ive never even talked about my engagement ring”?or how we became engaged! So, here it is”? As a prefaceyou should know that everything was comp

Well, hive”?

I almost started to talk about wedding ring shopping (!!!) when I realized that I’ve never even talked about my engagement ring”?or how we became engaged! So, here it is”?

As a preface—you should know that everything was completely perfect. Really, really perfect. ?

OK, moving beyond my gushing. My birthday is on New Year’s Eve and, since we own a home large enough to have several people spend the night, Mr. G and I usually host a party of sorts. Additionally, one of my best friends, whom I only see once or twice a year, was planning to be in Ohio for the holiday, but she was in Cincinnati, not Columbus, so I planned to drive to Cinci on the morning of the 30th to see her, then come back to C-bus for a NYE party. Mr. G knows that I get a little salty when all of the holidays take over and my birthday gets pushed to the side (not in an awful way, just a little hurt), so he suggested that we do birthday dinner the 29th. We made that plan on Christmas Eve, and I sort of forgot about it.

On the 29th, Mr. G was at home and I was at work. My sister called to ask what we were up to that night and I invited her to go out to dinner, since I was sure that Mr. G hadn’t made any crazy birthday plans. She politely declined, and I started to plan my birthday dinner—I was thinking P.F. Chang’s. When I got home, though, the house smelled amaaaazing. Mr. G told me he had decided to make birthday dinner,六合马经, and told me to go change out of my work clothes. I suspected absolutely nothing—he’s a pretty good cook, even though he cooks so rarely,图为许隽妮老师执教《平行四边形的意识》, and I thought it was sweet.

This was our meal. He made two pasta dishes, chicken parmesan, an epic caprese salad, some bread, chocolate-covered strawberries—it was a really impressive spread. Still, I suspected nothing. Mr. G asked if I wanted to open my birthday present before or after dinner, and I chose after—I love surprises, and I let myself build a little suspense. Mr. G is a pretty amazing gift giver. Still, I suspected nothing.

I ate my dinner, ooh-ing and ahh-ing over everthing—it was delicious—while Mr. G cut his food up and pushed it around the plate. After about 10 minutes, he asked again if I wanted to open my present, and I agreed, since he was so insistent. Still, I suspected nothing. I opened the nicely wrapped box and found this Coach wristlet—so cute!

I admired the wristlet, and set it aside to continue eating. Mr. G asked if I wanted to look inside the wristlet and, hive—I honest-to-God thought that there was a T.J. Maxx or Starbucks gift card tucked inside. I never, ever suspected a ring. I found it, and just sat with it in my hands staring for a second and, when I looked up, there was Mr. G on one knee saying all the proposal things. So. Much. Excitement!!

Afterward, Mr. G told me so many other things that made it even better. To start with, how Mr. G bought the ring. We had talked about rings, as various friends got engaged, but that was it. So, without consulting any of my friends, moms, or sisters (each of whom I had discussed all preferences with!), Mr. G happened into a jewelry store as he was Christmas shopping, saw a ring that he liked, and bought it—like a boss.

He had also told every single person in our families and some close friends that he was planning to propose that night, so they didn’t mess it up and not a single person leaked any of the details! (My sister said that she nearly died every time I called or texted her that day.) Also, Mr. G said that since he was so nervous, he just kept cooking things all day, until I came home—that was why we ended up with such an expansive meal!

So, sorry for the wordy post, but that was my proposal, and how we began our engagement. How was everyone else’s proposal? Anyone else completely surprised by it? I feel like a lot of people have an idea what’s happening before there is a ring in front of them—did you?

***all photos are personal

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