"I can't believe you."

We all know I love Palettes & Pairings and will make/take any excuse to visit.  Lucky for me, my friend, H, got a P&P party from her husband, P, as a gift.  I was so excited and kept asking P what we were painting, but he would only tell me it was a surprise.  When we arrived at P&P, each guest drew a letter from a box to paint.  Ok, now I know what we're painting, but what does it mean?  I had a theory that it was H's full name or maybe even an announcement of their new baby's name.  I pondered this off and on all evening, but in the mean time we all painted and had a great time.  Finally, it was time to take the group shot (the owners do this at the end of every class).  We all lined up and they took a picture, but then started to rearrange us so the colors would work out better.  One of the owners pointed at me and asked if I could hand my painting to the person beside me and come to the front.  I was confused.  As I was walking, he pointed to someone else and told them to come forward too.  I turned around and here's what the paintings spelled:

 Screen grab of the video the owner was taking.  "Sarah marry me" (with a few extra letters thrown in on the left meant to throw me off in the beginning)

Screen grab of the video the owner was taking.  "Sarah marry me" (with a few extra letters thrown in on the left meant to throw me off in the beginning)

Jeff was down on one knee in front of me holding out the ring.  I was shocked.  I didn't know what to say or do.  He eventually stood up and had to flat out ask me if I was going to give him an answer.  I, of course, said yes.  I think I've repeated, "I can't believe you," more times than I can count this week because of Jeff and his sneakiness and H and P's "fibs" to keep the wool pulled over my eyes.  Not at all what I expected, but I have to say this was my best P&P experience ever!