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A Christmas Proposal

Proposal mosaic

How was your Christmas? Do you feel ten pounds heavier with all that good food and tasty desserts.  Oh I do.   We had a wonderful day with all the family.  My husband’s uncle missed his first Christmas with us in forty years due to a bad cold.   Our youngest son proposed to his girlfriend Christmas Eve.  We are so happy for them.   Wedding plans have not been discussed as yet.    Just had to share this good news with all my blogging friends.    Have a great week.   Valerie

Comments

Ashley Sisk said…
That is so special - congratulations to the newly engaged couple!
Lori E said…
How exciting. Congrats.
Congratulations to the couple! Did you know ahead of time this was going to happen?
Such a great time of year for romance. Many of the bloggers, and friends on FB are announcing good news like yours.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
Oh this is so exciting, we can compare wedding plans. Congratulations to the happy couple. Take care and have a great week. hugs, Jen
Congratulations to the happy couple. We will now be able to compare wedding plans. Take care, Jen.
Congratulations to the happy couple.
Georgianna said…
I'm so glad you had a Merry Christmas, Val. We had a wonderful day, too.

Congratulations on the upcoming wedding and wishing you all a very Happy New Year!

– g
Georgianna said…
I'm so glad you had a Merry Christmas, Val. We had a wonderful day, too.

Congratulations on the upcoming wedding and wishing you all a very Happy New Year!

– g

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