Well, wedding season is coming to a close. It is time for a new batch of soon-to-be-married couples. Before you know it, more and more proposal videos will be surfacing online.

2021 was the year I decided to pop the question. It happened way back in January. Since then we have been doing little work on the planning process. Just working up the guts to pop the question was exhausting. Trying to make sure everything was perfect. It didn't help that I chose to propose in the middle of a frozen lake. That I almost dropped the ring down a hole drilled in the ice. That she outfished me shortly before popping the question. (Which almost had me reconsider).


It was stressful. But I got it done, and it went off without a hitch. But not all people's proposals go perfectly. Take the following proposal for example.

Recently footage of a scenic marriage proposal surfaces online. The proposal was set in one of the most beautiful places on earth. The one and only Glacier National Park. While preparing to pop the question, this future groom tried to set up his camera for the perfect shot. I can say from experience that the moments leading up to the proposal are nerve-racking. Just as he is about to make his move, an entitled bighorn sheep decides to interrupt with a classic photobomb.

When we set up the tripod to take 'pictures' I started recording a video. As I mustered up the courage to pop the question, Shanna suddenly pointed to something out of view of the camera. Next thing you know a big horned sheep appeared and came within feet of both of us.



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