How I proposed to my girlfriend using Android

How I proposed to my girlfriend using Android

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An Android love story.
This Christmas was probably the most memorable one of my life so far. I got to spend time with lots of family members, eat some bomb food, and just take it easy for a couple of days. Oh, and I also proposed to my girlfriend.
My name’s Joe Maring, and I’ve been the News Editor here at Android Central since September 25, 2017. It’s an incredibly busy job, and while I wear a lot of different hats when I’m not working, my most important one is being Kennedy Weston’s boyfriend (er, now fiancé).
Kennedy and I have known each other since we were two, and we even grew up across the street from one another. We’ve been friends since then, and we stopped being knuckleheads and finally started dating in May of 2015. I won’t bore you with all of the details, but it’s been a fantastic couple of years and some of the best of my entire life.

Kennedy and I 😊
Throughout our relationship, Kennedy’s made it incredibly obviously that she wanted to get married. From secretly (but not really) writing her name as “Kennedy Maring” in our ECO 202 class on a piece of paper to straight up asking “WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO MARRY ME,” she’s ever so subtly been throwing hints my way for a good few months.
I’ve been waiting for the perfect time to finally pop the question, and seeing as how our favorite holiday is Christmas, I decided that it would be the ideal day to ask. I initially toyed with the idea of getting her a kitten and tying a ring to its collar, and while cute, I thought it was a bit too cheesy. After a bit more brainstorming, I ultimately decided that I wanted to incorporate technology into the proposal somehow,

Article originally published at: Android Central