L. Veale’s Marriage Proposal

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Age:20-25 years old
Partners Gender:Male
Partners Age:20-25 years old
The Proposal:The proposal was in private
Relationship Period:2 Year
Approx. Budget:Below $500

Best Marriage Proposals: It had been one of those Mondays, I was finally home from work, and I find an envelope taped to the apartment door. Confused, I open up letter #1 or the beginning of a series of clues that will end in a life-changing event. There is a big black M with a handwritten note talking about the joys of living together, followed by clue #1, “a table we sat at very often when we first started dating eating free food. At this point, I am excited and nervous and, for the moment, not breathing. I take a few breaths and call my mom (Tyler had asked her permission to marry me three days ago). Letter/clue 2 will be found at the place I worked when we first started dating. We spent many nights there getting to know one another as we rolled silverware. The second letter has an A and talks about our awkward beginnings: I am Tyler’s one and only girlfriend, now fiancיe. Clue #2 leads me to our favorite Mexican restaurant: the place we can always be found. Eventually, I find the waiter who has the next letter for me. This letter has an R with a note talking about how we are made for each other. Clue #3 is Ill love you forever and like you for always, as long as I’m living my baby you’ll be… an inside joke and quote from a Robert Munsch Book. I’m told to go to our college campus and look where I might find this book.I search the library and eventually find the fourth letter. This letter has another R and talks of making all of our dreams come true… together. Clue #4 sends me to the classroom where we had our first class together. Taped to the door, this letter has a Y and talks about how lucky we are to have found each other. Clue #5 sends me to an empty classroom, with a strategically-placed chair and projection screen. This last letter says, ME?… have a seat”. So putting it all together, it spells out Marry Me? I sit down in this dark classroom, thinking I’m alone, and our song starts playing as the background of this homemade movie, and I start crying when it reads I went home to Louisville for Christmas; little did I know that the greatest present I would get that year was realizing I loved you. The music fades, and Tyler turns me to face him and gets down on one knee. He barely gets out, “I can’t live without you and I don’t want to spend another day thinking that you might not be mine for forever, will you be my lovebird and mate with me for life? Will you marry me? I respond Yes, hug him, and cry even harder. It was the perfect proposal, everything and more than I thought it would be, the start of our happily ever after.