So Thanksgiving came and went and I spent time with a lot family that I don't see often. This was the first time that most of them met my fiance, due to COVID and not really getting together in the last 2-3 years.
I recently became engaged and so it was a topic of discussion at Thanksgiving of course.
I was the one who proposed to my fiance, I bought rings made the whole plan and surprised him (We had discussed marriage,quite often and engagement, but he never expected me to do it). Hell I never expected me to do it, but something kept telling me to do it, so I did!
Regardless when family heard that I proposed I had mixed reactions from, "Good for you" to "Why? That's the mans Job!" and everything in between.
I just brushed the family that had a problem with it off, as I figured they were older and stuck in their ways.. Other than family I haven't had anyone say anything negative to me.
So I wanted to get an unbiased opinions from other woman. What do you think of a woman proposing to a man?
There's nothing wrong with it in my book. It's between you and your fiance only as to who proposed.
You bought your own engagement ring?