What Pegman Saw – Beside The Garura Waterfall 

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Beside The Garura Waterfall 

Kelly held out her hand, beckoned John to come closer. He came towards her as they stood beside the Garura Waterfall in Nigeria. The water rushed down. Animated voices could be heard all around.
“I love you. When I met you here when we were kids, I didn’t know that it was going to be the most important day of my life … that was until now.”
She got down on one knee, produced a box with a ring. She opened it.
“John, will you marry me?”
His eyes welled up,mirroring the water from the waterfall.
“Yes, my darling, I will.”, he replied, bringing her to her feet and kissing her.
“On one condition … let us never become a boring married couple. Let us always love life, adventure, love living.”
“I couldn’t wish for more. Let’s never be boring as hell.”
They kissed. She put the ring on his finger.

In response to the What Pegman Saw writing prompt:


9 comments on “What Pegman Saw – Beside The Garura Waterfall 

  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:

  2. draliman says:

    Sounds like the start of a great adventure together. I hope they can live up to the promise of not becoming boring!

  3. Dear Lisa,

    They’re off to a non-boring beginning. Not often the bride to be gets down on her knee to propose. Sweet story.



  4. k rawson says:

    I think they can do it–they’re off to the right start, turning convention on its ear in an adventurous place. Let the epic love story begin!

  5. prior.. says:

    so beautiful – and loved this especially:

    Let’s never be boring as hell.”

  6. rahult&m says:

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