On Monday, May 17th, 2010, Brian and Brie (B& were on Langkawi Island, just inside of the Malaysia boarder. They were staying at The Westin Langkawi Resort and Spa, in their very own 1 bedroom-ocean front villa. In the evening, one beautiful night after coming in from taking a dip in their private pool, Brian filled the bath tub with bubbles (warm water of course) and petals. Candles surrounded the bath. He had it all planned. Drawing a bath for Brie has never been customary for Brian before in their 3 years together.
As Brie was completely relaxed, smothered in bubbles.. Brian said " Close your eyes!" Brie giggled, She knew just then what was about to happen. How could it not? The world was still and Brie was tearing up fast!
Brian said "open your eyes". As Brie opened her eyes, she saw him kneeling beside the bath in a white robe. Brian reached out for her hands with tears in his eyes. "Baby, will you go to Jamaica with me!" (Brian and Brie always talked about eloping to Jamaica..lol.. â€œwould it not be simple?â€ they thought).
As smooth as the couple is...... at the sound of Brianâ€™s long anticipated question, Brie awkwardly slipped deep into the bath tub and choked on water as she cried happily, filled with so much emotion! lol... As Brie came up for air from the water, like Julia Roberts and Richard Gere in Pretty Women (the movie), Brian padded the bubbles off Brieâ€™s face.
Chocked up himself, Brian said "you haven't even looked at the ring." Brie looked slightly to the left. There was a tropical fruit tray and a cleverly placed Diamond ring amongst the grapes, with 2 glasses of celebratory red wine waiting. Brie cried some more and before she could speakâ€¦. Brie once again awkwardly slipped deep into the bath tub and choked on water as she cried happily, filled with so much emotion! lol... yes that did happen again : )
And once more, Brian gently padded the bubbles off Brieâ€™s glowing face, she said "Just to be clear, of course I will go to Jamaica with you!"... wait for it... then B&B kissed and the ring was placed in its forever sacred location, its rightful place.