Title: Marriage Proposals -- Why Doing It Right Will Make All the Difference
Authors: Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet
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Marriage Proposals -- Why Doing It Right Will Make All the Difference
by Debbie Overstreet and Susan Daniel
Proposing marriage to your beloved is a very big step. You get
the ring, but then you don't know when, where, or how to actually
pop the question. You want it to be an event that both of you
will remember for a lifetime. Some things to consider are listed
1. Being creative. Creativity does not have to cost a lot of money.
2. Including romance. Find out what she thinks is romantic and
then make it happen.
3. Being sensitive. Do not embarrass her by being very public
about the proposal when she is a very private person.
4. Saying the wrong thing. Be careful not to say the wrong thing.
5. Picking a place. Consider very carefully where to propose.
6. Picking a time. If she is not a morning person, that is
probably not the time.
7. Getting help from friends. Don't be hesitant to enlist the
help of others.
8. Making it memorable. She will tell the story many, many times.
9. Using a video camera. Decide if you want it recorded. You may
just want someone to use a camera.
10. Getting down on one knee and not forgetting the ring!
There are many ways to propose marriage to the one you love. With
a little effort, it will be a very memorable and happy event.
Take the time to research and decide on the perfect way to propose.
Copyright © 2005 Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet
About Susan and Debbie: Susan and Debbie are internet marketers.
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