Jen Hurb Bohn, a woman from California, was spending a vacation in Paris with her husband. Little did she know that she’d capture a tender moment between a young couple while they were at the Eiffel Tower – the guy was proposing to the girl.
While Jen and her husband where at the famed tourist spot, the unnamed man suddenly popped the 4-word question to his girl.
In an interview, Jen admitted she actually felt hesitant about the idea of taking a photo. Besides, she “thought it was weird.” Also, she could hear her husband “whistling” for her.
“I decided I’d want the picture if it were me."
She later shrugged it off saying “I decided I’d want the picture if it were me so I turned around and took the photo.”
She then asked for her husband’s help to watch out for the couple later so that they could get their contact details. Besides, she wanted to send them their pictures. Unfortunately though, Jen and her hubby didn’t see the couple on their way down from the tower.
When they got back home from the vacation, Jen knew she had to do something about it. She immediately posted the pictures on Facebook, hoping to find anyone who knows the just-engaged couple.
Jen wrote “Saw this guy propose to this girl on the Eiffel Tower Sunday. I wanted to send the pics but was stuck in line. Help me find them!”
"Love is beautiful and that's why I need to get them their photo," Jen said.
The photos gained quite an online buzz. They circulated immediately on the web and even gained significant attention from big news websites. Jen’s posts and the numerous online reports have been shared numerous times but after several days, the couple’s identity still remains a mystery.
Hope they get found soon. Media outlets will surely flock around the couple to ask more about the romantic proposal.
She Gets a Semicolon Tattoo on Her Wrist. The Truth Behind It Will Touch Your Hearts.
Semicolon means it is not the end…
Ever wonder why several people on your social media feed had been posting photos of their semicolon tattoos?
The punctuation mark tattoos have become an instant hit on Instagram and Twitter as more people join the online craze. Interestingly, it is for a good cause.
Apparently, people have been drawing or even inking semicolons on their wrists to show their support to a non-profit mental health organisation called The Semicolon Project. The organisation aims to raise awareness about mental health issues such as depression, self-harm, anxiety, and suicide. Ultimately, its goal is to encourage people battling these health issues to seek help and reach out.
Man Promised His New Wife Another Wedding After She Suffered From Memory Loss Due To A Car Crash
Wife forgets the details of her recent wedding, Her husband them promised a second ceremony just for her!
Knowing that the love of your life has forgotten the details of your recent wedding due to a medical reason is an extremely hurtful experience. Both of you probably spent sleepless nights to perfect your wedding day so it is but a shame to know that your better half had lost all the memories.
Meet Jeremy Stamper, he married his now-wife Justice, a few weeks before an unfortunate car crash took Justice's short-term memory away.
"She finally came out and told me she didn’t remember the wedding," Jeremy told ABC News. "I said, 'Don’t worry about it. We’re going to do it again.'"
This School Allows Kids To Stand On Tables, Sing and Dance as a Teaching Method!
This school believes that kids nowadays should be allowed to express themselves and be adequately stimulated to learn more.
The traditional way of teaching in most schools involves sitting for hours, listening to lectures, doing seat works, and being asked to memorize long poetry lines or the period table of elements. This is how generations are taught. But with the kids of today's time, we can never expect them to learn in an environment that lacks adequate stimulation. We are now in the era of iPods, computers and tablets. Kids are more advanced in knowledge and the only way for them to be interested in new things is to change how information are relayed to them, at least that's what one school co-founder in North Carolina believes.
In the video below, we were blown away by the manner of teaching the school advocates at the Ron Clark Academy. The kids are thought possessive nouns by singing to the tune of the latest pop song, school visitors are asked to slide down a huge slide for 'certification' and teachers are encouraged to employ teaching methods in ways they believe will be of great benefit to the students.
Watch the video here:
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