Nervous and unsure

posted 3 years ago in Waiting
Post # 2
93 posts
Worker bee

I haven’t been proposed to. But going to the theatre is a good excuse to dress up! (Even if not as many people do so nowadays). And going on vacation or making a trip is always a good excuse to get your nails and hair done. So you can totally do these things without arising too much suspicion that you may be on to him about a proposal. And if he doesn’t propose, nothing wrong with being a bit fancy looking at the theatre. Good luck!

Post # 4
2966 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2021

Your title made me think this post was leading to you questioning whether you wanted to marry him or not lol

As for whether you’ve correctly guessed his plan or not? Wait and see! If he doesn’t propose that night, it’s still a really nice night out with your life partner 🙂 If you end up feeling let down that it didn’t happen when you thought it would, bring it up with him in a non-accusatory way – “Hey, I really thought you were going to propose last night and felt a little deflated when you didn’t. Are we still on track for the timeline we’ve talked about? I need some reassurance.”

Post # 6
93 posts
Worker bee

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jazzyfaye515 :  I always wear a dress and my bf wears a suit. Nothing too fancy but we like the tradition of dressing up for the theatre even if some people go in shorts and a t shirt.

Post # 7
407 posts
Helper bee

Yo. This happened to me. We had tickets to see Avenue Q and I debated it may happen (but didn’t want to get my hopes up, we were still looking at rings as of the night before). 

He surprised me on our morning walk before we were leaving for the show. Also surprised me by booking a bed & breakfast in the city where the show was. He had it all planned and pretended to keep looking at rings, just to surprise me. 

I dressed up. My nails were clean. It was perfect.

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