Now this was no ordinary hill. This was TREK worthy, with dips in the dirt that any good handcart would get stuck in! As we slowly worked our way up I became more and more exhausted (either this hill's incline was ridiculous or I am seriously out of shape... I'm hoping for ridiculous incline) we ended up stopping 3 times before the top.
The first stop, you could see the view and of course being who I am, I looked at Kyle and simply said, "wow, that's pretty.. can we go back now?" And of course with Kyle being who he is, replied, "no it's prettier from the top. You'll like it come on." and so we kept on trudging up this ridiculously inclining hill.
By the third stop I laid it out flat for Kyle. "If the top is not around this corner, we are turning around!" But, lucky for him, it was.
When we reached the top, there was a candlelight dinner at the other end of the plateau. And me being... well, me, did not even register any significance in this. The first thoughts in my head were, "what the heck? dude someone else is bringing their date up here for a romantic night!! That's sooo cuttte! Let's go check it out!!!!" And I began to pull Kyle along to see what that cool other couple was going to be having.
About half way to the table, Kyle pulled back on my hand. I tu rned around to ask what, when he dropped down on one knee!!
That is when the water works began I believe. He told me that he loved me and that he wants to spend forever with me. And then he asked me to MARRY HIM!
Our table had milk and my favorite kind of pie (strawberry rhubarb) and a great view of the city lights! ;]
It was by far the most amazing night of my life, I STILL can' t stop smiling about it! Plus I have this awesomely huge ring from Walmart until we can choose real ones. It's pretty fantastic. :]
The view and the table setting hard to see but it was there;]