I would dare to say that even if she''s not a "lady in waiting," so far as you know, she must at least be thinking, hoping, wondering about the future you two hold. That is totally typical of a woman in a good relationship. Not all women go on and on about how badly they want it, or even bring it up all that often, but if she loves you and sees you as the man she wants to marry, I''ll just bet that she''s a "lady in waiting," as well!
I say do it when you have the first opportunity. A sweet, non-drama proposal is just as memorable as what movies are made of.
Again, you know her best. Which do you think she''d prefer?
Thanks for thinking about me! I actually went to go visit the ring the other day. I can''t wait to see it all the time. I think that I''m pretty much gonna hold out til march. I''m not as anxious any more and the wait is totally bearable now. I was going through a rough time when I first got the ring (almost like I was going to explode). After the intial shock and eagerness, it has basically subsided. I think about it- but not every second so I should be able to hold out. Shes just gonna spend New Years here with my family...Date: 12/19/2006 6:59:10 PM
Hey Jake -
I don''t want to interfere with your decision, but I did want to let you know that there will indeed be fireworks in the Inner Harbor on New Year''s Eve. I just got an email about it from Live Baltimore! If the mood strikes...
I already posted ring pics so you don''t have to wait, here they are in case you missed them.Date: 12/29/2006 11:48:31 AM
I know I am late to chime in on this one. But I would have voted for you to wait. While I agree that it would be special whenever you choose to do it, I think it will blow her away to know how much planning and thought you put into making sure it was a perfect moment for her (and not a rushed, thrown together deal). I think these next two months will fly by for you, so the waiting should not seem to unbearable. Although, this is PS and we don''t really want to wait two months to see your rings pics