She Said Yes! Katelyn & William
Posted: Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013
Lindsey Lee PhotographyAs told by William:
We have known each other our entire lives. When Katelyn asked me for a ride home from high school one day I thought I was going to wreck the car I was so excited. I finally worked up the courage to ask her out and weve been dating for six years now.
We had just gotten back from spending the summer in California on a mission trip and were planning on going out on the boat for breakfast with my sister and brother-in-law.
I asked her to go out on the boat with me earlier that morning to read and then we would come back and get them. I made a slideshow with pictures of us with one of our favorite songs. The slideshow had quotes from an article we had read earlier that summer that stated, as a man of God, I will wait for a woman who
and then listed several things that a man should look for in his partner. On the last slide, it said, I have found all these things in you and I dont want to wait anymore. I got down on one knee and asked her to marry me!Katelyn and William will be married May 25, 2013
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