Anyways, when he asked me what I was the Halloween before that, I told him I was a unicorn.I wore solid white leggings and a solid white turtle neck with a white tutu and then had a silver sparkly horn, a silver streamer tail and white high heels covered in Swarovski crystals!While I was telling him and looking up to find my picture, it was like he couldn’t believe me.
I mean, he won’t publicly (especially social media) call me his unicorn near as often as I will call him mine, but since we fell in love a little later in life than most (especially when you figure we live in a college town) then us finding each other and basically being neighbors all along proves even more that we are each other’s unicorns!
Oh and then there was the time where my best friend’s husband created a huge unicorn graphic canvas with Grant’s face that was then signed by all of our wedding guests.
Reason #4392 why he is perfect for me 🙂 But at that time in the conversation, I didn’t yet wanna spring it on him that I wanted us to get dressed up together.
I figured I needed to try to play it cool and keep my composure, but it sure was hard to do!
At the time he thought he might propose when we traveled back for Agribition a cattle show in Canada, it was also going to be the first time my parents and Jon met.
However, as our departure date got closer Jon decided it wasn't quite the right time, and he would wait.
And all while this conversation went on, I knew that this was God’s sign to Grant that I had the likelihood to be his unicorn.
And we can go ahead and just say that Grant has been the unicorn in my life ever since I first laid eyes on him.
In fact, Grant is the kind of guy who will have 2-3 Halloween costumes per year depending upon how many Halloween events he has.
He even to this day has his very own specific Halloween closet in our house.
There’s the danger zone, the fun zone, the dating zone, the marry zone and then the unicorn zone.