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This Might Be The Most Adorable Proposal Ever (No, Seriously)

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    We confess, we're total saps when it comes to love. So, when we stumbled upon HowHeAsked, a site that features some seriously heart-warming proposal stories from newly engaged couples, we were hooked. Every week, we'll be featuring one of their tear-jerkers, curated by the couples themselves — even if she did the asking.

    As a little girl, I had my wedding planned out at age eight — flowers, dress, everything! As I got older I learned that it wasn’t exactly as easy as all of the movies and stories made it out to be. Finding him was a lot harder than I thought.

    But, after many years of searching, I found him. On Friday October 19, 2012 my very best friend got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. It’s so funny the way it all happened really. We talked over the summer about getting married because it just made sense, being together made life easier. So, naturally after so much anticipation and talk about it all, I knew it was coming. Poor thing, knowing myself, I knew that he had quite the challenge before him.

    Click through for photos of this adorable engagement!

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