We're getting married - but...
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|Thu, 06-17-2010 - 6:59pm|
I have a new question for the board, because I'm wondering if I'm being ridiculous.
About a month ago, my man apparently "accidentally" asked me to marry him (he suggested we get rings, but didn't seem to realize the implication, etc). I know, it sounds dumb. Later after much back and forth, we both realized that the truth was that a) he actually did want to marry me and b) he had a ton of residual fear from a previous relationship trauma, which he worked through.
So, we're at this amazing point where he's absolutely in love with the idea of marrying me. He introduces me as his fiance, we BOTH wear rings daily, and he tells everyone, and we're even attempting to plan the wedding, so it's great!
The only issue - I never really had an official proposal. And so, when people ask, we tell them this story, which he now thinks is hilarious, but I'm not sure I find it so funny. It was briefly brought up this morning, and he said, "Well, I don't know how to fix it now." I still kinda wish he'd propose, but we're beyond that. Should I just let it go now?