The story of how Mr. Pug and I met isn’t terribly interesting. We were set up by a friend. For our first date, he suggested going to a cafe that offered a ginormous amount of baked goods. So we got married (he had me at the baked goods!).
from Natalie Dee
The story of our engagement, however, is a little more interesting. I spoke about it in general terms here, but to get a little more specific, there was a big time lag in between the first time that Mr. Pug showed me the engagement ring and when we became officially engaged. I was proposed to multiple times (a la one of my fave bees ever, Mrs. Ladybug). And no, it’s not that I rejected him the first few times—I knew we were going to get married—but it was more that I rejected his proposal method multiple times.
It’s around the winter holidays, and I know that Mr. Pug probably already has my ring. Why? Because we picked it out together eons ago and Mr. Smooth accidentally emailed me instead of the jeweler to announce that he wanted to move ahead with the purchase. Hehe.
We spent some time with my family over the holidays and I think there must have been some pressure for Mr. Pug to propose and give me my damn ring, because he “proposed” when we got back to our apartment in NYC.
And where, oh where, did this hallowed event take place? Feast your eyes on this beaut of a locale.
I mean, he must have spent who knows how many minutes thinking about, of all the places in NYC at which he could propose to me, how our bathroom would be the ideal spot.
I was stepping out of the shower, had just picked up my towel (so yes, I was basically nekkid), and Mr. Pug comes in and says, “Look, here” or something unintelligible like that, and shoves the ring in my face. Ha! I mean, what if I had been doing something else right then? Like #2??
To be fair, this was not (at least, it better not have been) the way he wanted to propose, but with the pressure he was feeling, he wanted to at least show me that he had the ring. I think my response was something like, “What do you want me to do with this?” and “try again.”
Next time, two more proposals.
Anybody get proposed to more than once?