Sunday, December 18


So, when I finally decided it was time to be a man, I had to come up with a plan. A secret stealth plan that she would not ever suspect a thing. So I started brainstorming, for about 10 minutes, producing a clever proposal. We had scheduled our holiday party for the 17th of December. I got online and did a search for "carolers + denver". It produced the Yuletide Carolers. The night was to go something like this: The party would be in full progress. At around 9:15PM the doorbell would ring and in would come the 4 professionally trained carolers dressed in full pilgrim caroler costumes. They would be "just going around the neighborhood singing carols" and wanted to sing a few songs. They would first do Jingle Bells. Then they would begin singing " We Wish You A Merry Christmas, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year.... Will Marry Me Christy Allbee, Will Marry Me Christy Allbee,Will Marry Me Christy Allbee, and a Happy New Year." One of the carolers would hold up a sign that said " Marry Me Christy" just so there was no confusion. Here is what really happened.


Dedma said...

CONGRATULATIONS ONCE AGAIN! How exciting! I wish the both of you the very best!

michelle said...

Congratulations!! :)

What a sneaky, creative idea you had! It's also so nice that you have it on video!

Erin said...

Davey McTavish!!! We're so proud of you! Thanks again for letting us be witness to such a fantastic marriage proposal! Christy is a great girl - you guys are a cute match! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Second of all, I just played the movie..and I even knew how it was going to turn out and I STILL cried again!!!!!

Best wishes for an awesomely happy life together!
Amy and Forrest

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