5) My Girlfriend of 3 and a Half Years

I wanted to surprise my girlfriend of 3 and
a half years with the engagement proposal, so I planned the big
event on the Saturday a few days before her birthday. To start
the day, I made her her favorite breakfast, in bed. Then we went
shopping at the brand new mall at Columbus Circle in NYC (where
I snuck away for 30 minutes to my insurance agent’s office to finalize
the ring insurance) and on the way back we picked up lunch to eat
oustide.

I told her that we had dinner reservations at
9pm, but that she had to be ready by 6pm. When she got back, she
jumped into the shower, and I started making preparations. I scattered
a dozen long-stemmed roses around the apartment floor, with one
rose in a vase on the coffee table in the living room. I took out
a bottle of champaign and put a tray of various cheeses (her favorite)
and crackers and strawberries.

The final step was the trickiest. I put those
glow in the dark stars all over our living room window, which faces
out onto the Hudson River. I had bought a blacklight bulb and blacklight
writing lotion. In between the stars on the window, I wrote my
proposal. I replaced the normal lamp bulb with the blacklight bulb.

She was overwhelmed by the roses, champaign
and cheese, which we enjoyed for about 30 minutes. After calming
my nerves with 2 glasses of champaign, I told her to turn off the
main light and to turn on the lamp. When she did that, the words "Will
you marry me" glowed in the dark." I got on one knee,
and repeated the question.

Proposal Story By:

Eric Senzon

New York City, NY

 

The founder and president of Diamond Cutters International, is one of the worlds top diamond experts, as well as a three-time Guinness Book record holder in jewelry design.
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