After my hair was done, he was already there at the waiting area.
It was already almost 7 o'clock, so he suggested to have dinner in a place that he had planned already. Royal Concourse at Gorordo Avenue. Few minutes later, the food and wine that he ordered arrived. I was about to start it when he said, "Hold it for a while." I wondered why. He stood up, took the small pouch from his jacket and took out a small box from it. He opened the small box and there was the diamond ring. I was so shocked! I really had never expected it to happened on that night. I was totally clueless that He will propose marriage that on that night. Not even a hint. I thought it was just like any ordinary dinner that we always had. He knelt down and asked, "Will you marry me?" I was still speechless that he have to ask me the same question. He was almost worried that I would reject him. Then, finally, I was able to say, "Yes, I will."
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