The plaza that surrounds the Westcott fountain on the FSU campus is paved with commemorative bricks inscribed with the names of FSU alumni, friends and family. I noticed this particular brick while taking a lunch time walk. It looks like a new addition to the plaza. If you are having trouble reading it, just click on the picture to enlarge. I hope she said yes!
O dear, this one looks rather new. An original way to propose, I wonder how things went on with Julia and Brad. She has a romantic name anyway.
She better have said yes.
They have bricks like this in the plaza around the baseball stadium in downtown Phoenix. My wife's brother's wife ordered one for me and Julie. We have different last names. She misspelled mine.
Awww! For his sake, I do hope she said yes :D
thats a new way to propose. They should buy another brick below it and say if she said yes.
Good for Brad...what a romantic soul!!
I like it! I bet she says yes. :)
Great find. I hope she said yes, too!
Nice find Lois, I bet if she said yes there will be a new brick added, I hope so anyway.
An awfully public proposal. I would have hedged my bets with some privacy in case the answer wasn't good. Now you owe us a follow-up, Lois.
That's one way of doing it...
That sounds like a nice proposal!
I hope that she says yes. The brick would really be out of place otherwise.
How sweet! That's one romantic fella!
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