I really wanted to surprise Michelle and knew our engagement night would be something that she would never forget. She grew up with horses so I rented out a horse and buggy downtown. When the big night came there was a beautiful sunset and the sky was filled with stars. The night was perfect! It got a little cool so Michelle and I cuddled in some blankets. As we came by the City & County Building, the horse stopped and we had a beautiful view of the Capital building. I figured this was my chance. I got down on one knee and recited a poem I had written for her. When I got on my knee, I think Michelle thought I was just stretching my hamstring or something. I finally asked if she was going to accept the ring or not.
She looked down and saw the beautiful engagement ring I had picked out for her at Williams Jewelers. She was in shock and finally said yes!
I had my parents, sister, and niece and her mom and sister fly out for the big day. Little did Michelle know that they were waiting at Corridor 44 to greet and surprise us. I had the horse and carriage pull up in front of the bar. When we got out of the carriage, I suggested we head in for a glass of bubbly to commemorate the occasion. When we walked into the bar, the whole place yelled surprise! Michelle was in complete shock again! I had reserved a table in the back and bottles of champagne were awaiting our arrival.
I had pulled off a double surprise!!! Suddenly, I was being described by an adjective that I had not heard in my 35 years on this planet: ROMANTIC!
I could not have pulled off this incredible night without Kay’s help at Williams Jewelers. She answered all questions and relieved any fears. She would always explain the difference between the 4 “Cs” no matter how many times I would ask. I looked through more microscopes with Kay than any prior science teacher. You could tell she was more interested in making a customer for life than making a sale. Williams Jewelers is now our jeweler and we recommend them to all our friends.