Wednesday, April 15, 2009

*{ It's Official }*

Casey and Megan are getting MARRIED!!!!!!!
We are all so excited to have her as a new addition to the fam :) They have been friends for over a year. We had heard Casey mention her MANY times over the last 7 months or so. We'd ask "so ya gonna taker her out....or bring her over?" His reply was they were just friends and were always in a "group" hanging out. Haha we knew better, and right after Trev left for Iraq...he brings her home! Well, the rest is history and they haven't spent a day apart since!! Quick engagements seem to run in the family ;)

Casey proposed Monday night...the day he picked up the ring. He was planning on doing it that weekend but he was soo excited he couldn't wait a second longer :) I should mention he picked it out on his own...we were all impressed ;)

Oops... pretend you don't see Trev there in the background ;) Casey called my mom and told her he was asking her that night and needed her to set up the image he had in his head. Yellow is Megan's fave color and while we didn't have time to get a florist to make a center piece my mom improvised and used the flowers she had in her yard (my pic doesn't do them justice). Casey is very "outdoorsy" and she loves that about him so I think this was perfect! There are no pics but we got a ton of mason jars and lit tea lights in them and set them around on the ground. It was really cute and they said it looked so cool cause they got there right when the sun was setting :)
*Congrats guys...we LOVE you *


Erin said...

I have to say I love Casey. He will always be one of my favorite people :) Tell him congrats for me and she is a VERY lucky girl!! I also have to say that that is the cutest proposal setup!!

Paige said...

Holy Freak, that is one impressive ring! I love it! Congrats casey!

Seth and Kara Farnsworth said...

Yes, you have to go to Annapolis. Baltimore is a dump, but Annapolis is awesome. The Baltimore aquarium rocks, but it's 22 bucks. I recommend going only if they're on their winter schedule. You can get in for 8 bucks on Fridays during the winter, but only on Friday nights. I also suggest finding the Charm City Cakes bakery, it's in downtown Baltimore. I'm a FoodNetwork geek, so I thought it was cool to see. I also suggest seeing Fort McHenry, it's also in Baltimore, it's where the Star Spangled Banner was written. That's all I can think of for that city....BUT go to D.C. and see the sites there, totally worth it! I suggest the Smithsonians (of course) but mostly the National Archives, you can see the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the 800 year old Magna Carta. Sweet! Anyway, I can give you more details if you want, about where to park to ride Metros and such, but Bree is probably a whiz. Annapolis is definitely a must-see.