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  1. admin says:

    Here is a cool example. BAsically check with zoo or aquarium if the can help you out with special signs at interesting spots. Also I do believe that you can get some VIP accesses for a special occasion to feed some animals for example.
    http://www.yourengagement101.com/blog/2013/11/no-fish-were-harmed-during-this-proposal/

  2. sheena says:

    My boyfriend and I started dating shortly after beginning college. He’s a non-traditional student and a few years older than me, but we will both be graduating in May. We have been together for 3.5 years, lived together for 2, and have a pet. I put my post-college career aspirations on hold and have decided not to return to my home state after he was offered his dream job in our current area. We will be moving closer to the job after we graduate, and I have yet to find a job for myself there, but I know I want to stay with him. We get along with each others families and they have all even met one another- our moms talk on the phone and are planning us a joint graduation party! I love him with everything in me, and he often speaks of buying a house together in a few years, having kids, and even is trying to help in my job search. But every time I bring up getting engaged he rolls his eyes, tells me I have to wait, or keeps adjusting his timeline (first it was by the time I was 21, then when he started his job, then after we moved, then 6+ months from now, and so on). I’m starting to worry he doesn’t actually want to marry me! I know he loves me, but I’m concerned about whether he will ever actually be ready to make that commitment to me.

  3. severine says:

    Sounds like you are both young but if you want to marry him tell him you do and see what he says. You don’t have to wait for him to ask.

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