The Bloke Proposed Today…

I had a very different post planned for today. I’m in Scotland with The Bloke for the week, and I spent some time last night preparing a post that showed all the different photographs I took on the nine hour drive it took to get here (it’s a lot more interesting than it sounds, I promise). It was sitting in my drafts folder, ready for me to press publish the next day.

However, The Bloke and I visited Dunnotar Castle this morning. It was an absolutely glorious day, and I sat on the cliff top opposite while he adopted his inner David Bailey and went around taking pictures of everything. It had rained the night before, so the grass was still a bit wet and I had borrowed The Bloke’s spare t-shirt to sit on while I was waiting for him to finish. It was a truly spectacular view, and he had put his bags and camera paraphernalia next to me to look after.

He eventually walked over and stood next to me, asking me what I thought of the place. I told him that we could forget the rest of the holiday, I was staying here for the rest of the week as it was one of the most amazing things I’d seen in a while. He then started rummaging around in his camera bag and before I knew it he had pulled out a ring box, got down on one knee, presented me with a beautiful ring and proposed.

I cried and snorted an ‘of course I will’ at him, then cried some more… It couldn’t have been more perfect – we were alone, on a cliff top, overlooking a stunning castle on the coast of Scotland. Beautiful. I would show you the pics I took directly afterwards but it’s not a pretty sight – there’s mascara everywhere.

However, here’s the view…

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And here’s the ring…

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I’m a very lucky lady indeed…

235 thoughts on “The Bloke Proposed Today…

  1. OMG CONGRATULATIONS SUZIE AND THE BLOKE! Could you hear me from Chicago? I am sooooooo happy for you both! Talk about the picture perfect everything! I think you once said you weren’t a romantic, Suzie; however, this is the most romantic proposal I have ever heard!! YEAY!!!! Couldn’t be happier for you!! xoxoxo ❀ ❀

  2. Aww that is just so cute and romantic! I love proposal stores. Well done “The Bloke” and congratulations Suzie! You’d better start drafting those wedding posts….

    • I always thought that I would take some time to relax and let it sink in before even thinking about ideas. However, guess what I was doing at 6.00am the following morning? Checking Pinterest for colours and thrifty wedding ideas haha!

    • Haha! Thanks! Just you wait now Debbie – I’m going to post it later on and it will blow your mind! Or maybe not… Still, there’s some nice pictures of hills if hills float your boat!

  3. Congratulations,Suzie. Much happiness to you and the bloke! I think he couldn’t have picked a more perfect site for the big question – a lovely memory for both of you.

  4. Wow, truly a stunning place in which to get engaged. I will give you best wishes and tell the Bloke congratulations because he’s lucky he found you.

  5. Congratulations!
    You know when you posted about the wedding at the zoo I almost wanted to ask when your’s would be. Was it premonition?
    Enjoy your lovely holiday with you fiancΓ©!

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  7. Oh Suzie! Congratulations! I am so happy for you. What a wonderful surprise in a wonderful setting. I have always wanted to see Scotland. Don’t know if I ever will, but I am so glad you could be there with your beloved Bloke. Have a wonderful weekend! πŸ™‚

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  9. Congratulations on your wonderful engagement, Suzie & the Bloke. The ring is beautiful…no doubt like the sparkle in your eyes when the Bloke proposed.
    Well done, Bloke for choosing such a scenic, perfectly romantic setting. It rained on Valentine’s Day 2001 when Geoff proposed to me after giving me an electric car sander for Valentine’s Day. That was all a joke because everyone in both our offices were expecting a proposal. I felt shattered!! Instead of going somewhere flash, we ran to the Thai restaurant next door with orange laminate tables but excellent food and there was a chat. He officially proposed to me, however, in my parents’ driveway where we’d sat and talked in his Austen Healey Sprite until sunrise and that’s when the penny started to drop that this was more than friends.
    You said I leave interesting comments. Didn’t want to disappoint!
    Congratulations once again!
    xx Rowena

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