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Originally posted September 18 2009 at 23:09 under Moments and Friends. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Pixie Ring

Happy happy happy!!
That of love!

I mentioned that I recently had encountered two things which change life. This is the very happy second thing. In short, I became engaged to my pixie.

When Janet and I met I doubt either of us envisioned that we’d end up here together. We knew we liked each other—as evidenced by a (slightly tipsy) admittance and kiss outside the Metropole—but we still had to chase each other for quite a while. Janet might tell you that she didn’t want to know what love is, simply wanted to get on a magic bus, but all I know is she makes my life’s journey magic.

I’m very happy that Jan eventually met me off a train, and that started an adventure that saw us split by hundreds of miles and reunited in unfamiliar surrounds (and I can not say how amazed and happy her following me has made me). So it was natural that I’d ask for her hand—and natural that it wouldn’t quite go smooth for us; the bit of Saltwell Park I’d intended to ask her in being closed off at the moment leaving me to resort to the bottom of the dean. But in the end it doesn’t matter, because she said yes!!

I’m unbelievably proud and still smiling that she actually said yes!

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