Post # 1
J and I went camping with a bunch of friends this weekend, and while we were sitting by the campfire, I overheard one of his best friends asking about us moving to Florida. Then, his buddy asked if we’d get married in Florida or Georgia. It was so nice to hear J casually reply that we’d probably get married in Georgia, and so on.
What made me so happy was that he talked about it in a way that makes it sound so casual, like it’s a definite fact that’s going to happen…I mean, he could’ve gone “what do you mean, WHERE are we getting married?! Who’s getting married??!”
Just made me feel really good…espcially that his friend apparently just assumes it’s happening, too.
Post # 3
YAY! Always encouraging when the boys admit that a proposal will be happening at some stage! Lets hope he doesnt make you wait too long!
Post # 4
HAHA, I totally agree with you. I’m always so nervous about bringing it up myself. But when SO makes a comment like “Oh, I think we should buy that for our kids when we have them”, when we walk by the childrens section at a store. Or just random things like that where he speaks of our future together in a way that comes so natural to him. Makes me smile so big.
Post # 5
A friend of my BF asked us a few weeks ago whether we’d be getting married in my home country. Instead of freaking out and going “What the hell are you talking about”, my BF casually replied that we’ll probably do it in the UK, quite possibly in his home town. It’s a great feeling when you know that you’re both on the same page and that the proposal will definitely come 🙂
While Mr. Bells and I are now more seriously discussing a Catholic vs. non-Catholic ceremony, venues, who’s responsible for paying what etc. he also told me that he doesn’t want a long engagement period. So it looks like I won’t be getting engaged until next year :-/ I hope it happens for you soon 🙂
Post # 6
Aw, yes, the idea of marriage seemed to be so natural. Yay!
Post # 7
That’s awesome! I love when the guys can be open and casual about the future in front of others and not a typical “who? what?”
I’m still at the “who? what?” comments in public. Only at home while cuddling on the couch does he smile when I tell him I want a candy buffet and african violet bridesmaid dresses!
Keep that smile on!