From what they told me, they only knew each other for about a month. I also knew they promised to marry each other when the war was over. It wasn't until I was snowed in this week and started reading their "forbidden" love letters that I pieced together the actual time frame.
You've picked your someone special and the engagement ring. You've also decided that you're going to pop the question on the most romantic day of the year - Valentine's Day. The only thing left to do is plan the actual proposal.
Proposing on Valentine's Day can be tricky. On one hand, it is the most romantic day of the year so it can be a good day to pop the question. On the other hand, proposing on a holiday can turn super cheesy if it isn't done properly.
Do you like to take huge risks? Do you think his answer will be, "I do!" If you answered "yes" to both questions, then (surprise!) I'm actually all for this form of public display of devotion. On the other hand...