I have a policy: Never criticize a marriage proposal. Whether it takes place on bended knee at her apartment on Valentine's Day before heading out to dinner on a riverboat followed by opening night of "Wayne's World" (that's how Wanders did it), or in a vinyl booth at La Rosa, marriage proposals are special and say something about the way a man feels about his potential bride.
One year ago, I was having dinner by myself at the classy restaurant atop the Space Needle in Seattle. The tables were packed together and I was sitting on a bench right next to a couple. The waiter brought them dessert in a bowl overflowing with fog from dry ice. The boyfriend reached into the foggy dessert and pulled out a ring. He got down on his knee and proposed. She emotionally accepted. Everyone else was pretty uncomfortable. I, of course, had to be the first to congratulate them since his foot was under my leg while he was kneeling. But the proposal meant a lot to her and they'll never forget it.
What will Adrian never forget? Based on her line of sight, I say she's never going to forget the coffee cup that levitated itself off the table's edge when Scott opened the box with the magical radiating ring inside.
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