If there is one thing we need after all the darkness that coronavirus has brought with it these past few months, it is a heartwarming story.
One woman shared a video through the popular video-sharing app, TikTok, the moments before she got engaged.
“I think I might be getting engaged when I get home,” TikTok user darlinggoose said in a now-viral video. “And I’m really excited.”
In the video, she said she called her partner Corey because she wanted to show him something in Costco, a warehouse shopping club, but he declined. Instead, she dropped by Walmart.
“Before I go into Walmart, I just want to say I have so many butterflies in my tummy. I could be crying for three days,” she said. “Trying to keep myself cool in case I am wrong. But I don’t think I am wrong.”
The next clip shows her driving on the way home. “Nine minutes away from home. I’m so nervous, I’m so excited. I hope I’m right,” she said.
Indeed, her partner went down on one knee to ask the all-important question as she filmed herself completely caught off-guard by her fiancé’s surprise. There were colorful flowers and a “Marry Me” light up letters that made the setting romantic.
“Update, I was right,” TikTok user darlinggoose ended.
Her engagement video has more than 15 million views since it was uploaded last Dec. 20, 2020.