Wednesday, May 24, 2006

TOTAL MORGANISATION AND IT IS ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!

I can hardly contain myself I am so happy and excited. Yes, we are now engaged to be married. It is wonderful! It was our year anniversary at the weekend and I had always said to Phil that anniversaries are more important than, say, Valentines Day as it is a unique day for us. So we had always said we’d do something special, but I didn’t expect that special! It was a complete surprise, as he had been totally throwing me off the scent. Only a few weeks ago he was saying, he wasn’t ready for the commitment of engagement and two years of going out was the right time for him to propose. I think I actually asked him what he’d say if I’d propose and I think he said he wouldn’t like it as that’s his job. He’s quite traditional and romantic like that. But, as he’s a terrible liar he had told me he’d got me an expensive present, so I was quite excited anyway. I’d roped in people at work to help me guess what it was, telling them that it wasn’t an engagement ring as he had said he didn’t want to get engaged. So based on his clues (could fit it in a skip, it was ‘heartfelt’, and I might not like the package) the best guess was a rowing machine. They also came up with a waterbed and a Nile cruise. The reality was much, much more amazing! Not only a propsal of marriage from the person I'm incredibly in love with, but the most bling diamond solitaire you could find – a carat with a hexagonal setting on a platinum band. Absolutely gorgeous. And I have a certificate which shows the pattern of the cuts – which is beautiful in itself. He went down on one knee at ‘Mr UnderHill’s’ in Ludlow, where we’d gone on a gastro-camping extravaganza, after I presented him with some significantly cheaper Art Nouveau gold plated cufflinks. I suppose the correct thing to do is cry, but I couldn’t stop laughing I was so happy! It was the happiest day of my life (so far) as I’m hoping my wedding day will beat it, not to mention taking my children home for the first time! Of course, I said of course straightaway. He is the most wonderful person in the world and I want us to spend the rest of our lives together. Thanks Gorgeous and I love you very much!

Tattontastic Morganisation! xxx

3 comments:

steve said...

congratulations anna and phil! thats fantastic news.. can't make it to the coach and horses tonight, but i'll catch up with you shortly... (and congratulations again!)

tatton said...

Thanks Steve. Which Steve is this by the way? I know about ten! It's probably going to be a Hollinsclough wedding followed by Leek reception- you can probably advise (if it's the Steve I think it is, ie went to school together when we were 11) - The Swan or the Three Horseshoes? What do you think?

steve said...

yep, its me. can't say that i've ever been to The Swan, although i know it has a big room for music, they have a lot of bands on there lately. ..and the last time i went to the Three Horseshoes was some kind of school disco round the back at 'The Other Shoe'.