Do you have a favorite/funny/terrible/memorable ASK moment?

Do you have a favorite/funny/terrible/memorable ASK moment?

8/7/2021, 5:28:29 PM
Do you have a favorite/funny/terrible/memorable ASK moment? I want to hear your engagement, first date, prom-posal, or awkward favor stories. My proposal story is a little long, so I’ll write it down below!Long before we both got married, my friend @royallykristinc and I used to always say that people should have an adoring crowd around them when they get engaged.😂😂 And every time I’ve seen someone get engaged I make sure to cheer really loudly for them. This book is one of my “Bookstagram made me buy it” books. Contemporary adult romance books aren’t generally my thing, (but I do find I always read KA Tucker and Colleen Hoover, so I can’t say never) There are always a few things I can’t take seriously with steamy romance novel language 😂🙈 BUT I’ve seen “The Proposal” in my Bookstagram feed so much over the last couple years that I decided to finally get myself a copy when I saw it at the store. I’m due for a contemporary read so its time to find out why people love this book so much! Have you read it? (I put the full synopsis in the comments) My proposal story starts with some back story. I told my husband (then boyfriend) how in high school my friend asked a girl to a dance by putting a bucket of water on her porch and said “Will you go to the dance with me? Pour this bucket of water on your head if you say yes”. I told him that was probably the most horrible and hilarious ask ever. Anyway, flash forward a year later when I found myself standing in my husband’s front yard, holding a clipboard that had instructions which lead me there. Waiting for me was a giant bouquet of flowers and Patrick down on one knee… and the instructions on the clip board said “Will you marry me? Pour this bucket of water on your head if you say yes”. HA. OmG. Next to Patrick was a big bucket that I picked up and discovered was full of rose petals. And because Mother Nature was on my side, she sent a nice gust of wind as I dumped the petals and they literally swirled around me. This month we celebrate our 11th anniversary!

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