Did you hear about the Fleet Week proposal? A romantic Marine seized a Broadway stage on Saturday to propose to his Navy girlfriend. Mercifully, she said yes.
The New York Daily News reported:
Moments after the curtain dropped at a matinee performance of “Anything Goes,” actors called up Capt. Zubah Koweh and his girlfriend, Ensign Amy Sullivan, under the guise of honoring them for Fleet Week.
Instead, Koweh grabbed the microphone and professed his love to his stunned gal pal.
“Amy, the last two years have been tremendous,” Koweh, 32, said before a sellout crowd of 1,050 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
“We’ve had some really good times, some not-so-good times. But through it all, I’ve realized I’d like to spend the rest of my life with you.”
Koweh dropped to one knee and proposed. Sullivan, 28, blurted out, “Yes,” drawing deafening cheers from the audience.
How do you feel about public proposals? Concerts, ball games, talk shows. They make some women swoon and others sweat. Where do you come in on it?
Do you harbor a vision of the perfect proposal? What is it?
Is it problematic to let your expectations run wild?