Re: Popping the BIG question
I have never been one of those guys who hires a sky writer or rents a billboard to propose. In fact, I never actually did propose. We just kind of decided to make it legal one day over pizza. Then again, we had no money whatsoever, so it's not like a I could have even gotten her a ring or anything to propose with. We ended up buying the cheapest ones we could at Service Merchandise.
My story was totally boring, completely on the cheap, and basically a non-event. The wedding day was fun but it wasn't near the blowout that my brother had.
I am telling you this because you have your own story to tell. I would not change a thing about ours because it was who we were at the time. Try thinking about what it means to you and how you think it should be done and go from there. That may lead you to a Vegas trip or little cafe in Soho. Either way, if you end up with the one you love, it's a perfect story, no?
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.