Post # 1
last night my beloved picked me up after work and took me to one of our favourite places – a cute little sushi bar at the seaside. it was so romantic, and at the end of the dinner a very curious conversation took place.
me: i am so excited about our fourth anniversary in two months.
so: me too. but, i guess, the fifth anniversary would be the best time to… (paused for at least 2 sec, caught my eyes on him) …celebrate.
me: um, what do you mean by celebrate?
so: well…i mean, make it BIG.
me: okay. *giggle*
so: although, why not make it a BIG 4?
me: yeah, why not?
ok seriously, what do you think bees? could this be a hint or am i overreacting? i guess i’m gonna have tough times surviving those damn two months 😀
Post # 3
If I was you I wouldn’t be too seriously expecting e-ring for 4th anniversary. If he says that he has been thinking that 5th anniversary is for a BIG celebration then that is his plan so far. Probably he replied “why not” to avoid annoying fight or conflict that could ruin your beautiful and romantic evening.
You 4th anniversary is only in 2 months..If you know that your boyfriend is going to give u an expensive ring (thousands of dollars) then I wouldn’t expect ering by that anniversary.It takes still alot of time to save that money and there are lot to arrange for an expensive ering. Its not something you just decide 2 months earlier if you dont already have huge savings…but if in your culture it is more common to buy cheaper ering, maybe without diamond or small diamond then you have better chances 😉
But be happy, at least your boyfriend is thinking to propose you and excited about it :)))) That’s alot that!! 🙂
Post # 4
@JustSayYes: hey, it was me who replied “why not”, he was the one who asked “why not 4”! 😀
the thing is that he has an antique diamond family ring given by his grandmother. but he knows and shares my passion towards moissies, so maybe he will take some time to get one. 🙂
also, he’s aware that i wouldn’t want him to buy a thousands-of-dollars ring. it’s not a rock size that matters, it’s being ready to commit and spend the rest of our lives together. and yeah, i am totally happy about it, but now i am feeling a bit over-thrilled thinking “what if it happens soon..?”
Post # 5
I think it means that he is thinking about it. If this is something that you two do together to spend time together & have fun, its a sentimental place for him.
Post # 6
@linssi: Hmm… I NEVER know with guys, its like they say stuff like that just for fun!
He could be toying with the idea, which is nice. 🙂
Post # 7
@flowersandfaerydust: yeah i am really hoping he’s looking forward to it ^^
we discussed all the marriage/wedding stuff few times, but the timeline was never set. it was more like describing our views and what would be the best for both of us. someday. would be nice to know that he really has a timeline in mind!
@Miss T-Rex: so true! guys love to fool us around. rawr :3
Post # 8
oh, how exciting! That’s probably the number one thing I miss from my “waiting” period – that flutter of excitment when Fiance would mention something about getting engaged.
Even if it doesn’t happen at year 4, he obviously has long-term plans with you, which is exciting all on it’s own. Fiance and I got engaged after four years and 9 months of dating (not that I was counting or anything)….I’m so glad he did it otherwise I would be so antsy waiting for our dating anniversary to roll around!
Post # 9
@StL.Ashley: yeah i know, and i am excited. i feel happy to wait now more than ever, cos i know he really has sth in mind 😉
Post # 10
I think he means have a big party 🙁
Post # 11
@Irish-bride: 😀 probably, even though he’s not a party animal even in the slightest. even if it’s so, then i hope he’ll change his mind for something better!