Sunday, February 17, 2013

I SAID YES


One year ago today, on February 17, 2012, my plane landed in Seattle and my future husband picked me up in a stretched limo. There was sparkling cider, and limited cuddling since Josh was too scared to ask the driver to put the privacy window up haha. 


While we were in that limo, Josh pulled out a black box, got down on one knee, and asked if I could be his, and he could be mine for forever. He asked me, to marry him for time and all eternity in The House of the Lord, because "one life time would never be enough", and he wanted to spend forever with me. 


And with little tears in my eyes, I excitedly said "Yes!"

(Not the most flattering picture, after all my plane had just landed and it was really late at night, but it's still one of my favorites)
Then we went to the Melting Pot, and celebrated with some pricy fondue, and many more kisses.



And so I became the future Mrs. Rogers, with a big diamond ring to seal the deal. 

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I'm so glad we started this crazy, and amazingly wonderful journey together. I wouldn't trade it for anything because he is mine, and I am his for forever. And there's nothing more beautiful than that. 




xo,


9 comments:

  1. Awwww! I just love this. I love you two as a married couple! The ring is gorgeous. Great job, Josh!!! :) Happy Anniversary of your proposal. Many years of happiness and love to you guys!

    xo,
    Brani

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  2. So sweet!! I found your adorable blog through the GFC collective and am now following. :)

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  3. This is so sweet! And what a gorgeous ring! :) So fun to look back on memories like this!

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  4. Aww! So sweet! Your ring is beautiful! New follower via the link up! Excited to follow along! :)

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  5. How sweet! Happy and in love, aw! ^^,

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  6. awww <3 congratz for your engagement, you both are so sweet :))

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