Anna and James had been together for five years. They met in college, both studying engineering, and quickly fell in love. Over the years, they built a strong relationship based on trust, mutual respect, and a deep understanding of one another.
One summer, James surprised Anna with a trip to Paris. They spent their days wandering the streets, exploring art galleries and museums, and eating croissants in cozy cafes. One evening, as they sat on the banks of the Seine River watching the sunset, James took Anna’s hand and said, “Anna, I know we’ve talked about this before, but I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Will you marry me?”
Anna’s heart skipped a beat. She had dreamed of this moment for years, but it still felt surreal. She looked into James’ eyes, feeling overwhelmed with emotion. “Yes,” she said, tears streaming down her face.
Over the next year, Anna and James planned their wedding. They chose a beautiful vineyard in Napa Valley as the location, and invited all of their closest friends and family to celebrate with them. The day was filled with love, laughter, and beautiful moments that they would cherish forever.
Years later, as they sat on their front porch watching the sunset, James turned to Anna and said, “I love you more every day.”
Anna smiled, feeling grateful for the love they shared. “I love you too,” she said, feeling a warm glow in her heart. They held hands, watching the sun dip below the horizon, knowing that they would always be there for each other, through thick and thin, in sickness and in health.