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Rocky's Engagement
2005 KenRockwell.com

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shitzu-poo
Tropical Islands
Christmas with the family

HOW I PROPOSED

I took her to a location in Santa Barbara to which tens of thousands of Monarch butterflies migrate each winter. This was Saturday, February 5th 2005. The butterflies are pretty frisky anticipating Valentine's Day. Many of them are mating the old fashioned way: the men take charge and grab their women in flight, fly them around and then slam them on the ground while having their way with them. Amidst all this lovey-dovey beauty I couldn't resist. She said yes.

THE RING

This ring has the power to make her smile to no end. To we menfolk it looks like a piece of glass jammed in a piece of polished aluminum. To women it's a source of great interest, even though you could get a pretty nice camera for the same price. Diamond is the exact opposite of Nikon's ED glass and Canon's fluorite, each of which are used for super telephotos due to their low dispersion. Low dispersion allows photos without color fringes. Diamond on the other hand is praised for its very high dispersion, which creates the many brilliant sparkles of every color since diamond disperses colors more strongly than a glass prism. To each their own.

THE WEDDING

We wed by the sea on a tropical island in May 2005.

WHAT ABOUT THE THREE CUTE DOGGIES?

Megan, Molly and Buster are my wife's pride and joy. I come close. I want to have Megan carry the ring at the wedding and she says they have to stay home. Poo. My wife wants me to adopt them after we get married. We'll see: they are awfully cute. Right now I'm the Vice President in charge of petsitting. They are shitzu-poos.

WHAT'S WITH THE ADS ON MY ENGAGEMENT PAGE?

Sorry, I just copy and paste from an existing page every time I make a new page. I'm pretty lazy regardless of what you might think! Besides, I have to pay for all this somehow otherwise she'll take my computer away and then we're all in trouble.

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