She said yes! - Busola and Kenyatta
Posted: Thursday, Jun. 28, 2012
We talked for about two hours in the parking lot getting to know each other! That was the beginning of Gods plan for our lives together.
Years later, we were in Charleston, S.C., for a family wedding. We arrived early and decided to go out for dinner once we were settled in the hotel. As we headed toward downtown Charleston, I noticed that we were passing all of the restaurants. We kept driving for a little longer and ended up at the Battery. Kenyatta had taken me there once before and told me that he used to play there every Sunday as a child; this was a very special place for him.
He told me he wanted to take some pictures out there. I was quite surprised because he doesnt like to take pictures, but I went along with it. During our photo shoot, Kenyatta noticed a boat lined with blue lights behind me. He asked me to turn around and look at it in hopes that I would give him enough time to get down on one knee. Unfortunately, I turned back around too quickly, he later told me. The boat came back by again, and Kenyatta told me to take a look to make sure that it would be in the background of the next picture he was going to take. This time, when I turned back around I smiled, ready for my picture to be taken. I saw Kenyatta down on one knee, camera in one hand and a ring in the other. Of course, I was ready to take the picture and the first thing out of my mouth was, How are you going to take my picture when youre down there?
Thats when I realized that he was holding a ring! Of course, I said, Yes! The surprise was perfect.Busola and Kenyatta will be married on August 4, 2012Continue reading real wedding stories! Up next: She said yes: Danielle & Houston
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