Prom

It’s prom season again, and I’m loving the creativity used to ask for a date.  These boys got it right!


A high school senior from Kansas asked a girl with Down syndrome to go to the prom with him.  He said, “She is one of the best people I know.”  He said he wanted to make her happy because she has brought “nothing but joy” to his life since he met her.

He knew she loved Doritos, so he wore a shirt that said, “I know I’m nacho typical Dorito.  But I’m going to be cheesy, and ask:  Will you go to prom with me?”

She said yes…


In Ohio, a 17-year-old boy asked his 16-year-old girlfriend to prom by running 5-1/2 miles to spell it out on his GPS app.  They met on the high school cross-country team.  He knew she used the app as well and he asked her to check out the route he ran that morning.  The question mark alone took a mile.

She said yes…


So very sweet.  When we lose faith with all that’s going on in our country, just look at the upcoming generation.  They are our hope, they are our future, and they are being raised well.

30 thoughts on “Prom

    1. neveradullbling Post author

      That was very tragic yesterday, and scary. And yes, while James balks at the price of those American dolls, I told him he wouldn’t think twice about it if he had a little princess. 😀

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  1. lynne hoareau

    Paula, thank you for making me smile and have a tear in my eye for the Downs girl. It is so special to me to know that these beautiful special people are being recognized, and are loved. Thank you 🙂 x

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    1. neveradullbling Post author

      Awww, thanks Lynne. I’m happy to make you smile. You are very welcome!
      And just a quick note that I actually found your comment in my spam folder, and I don’t know why. But I wanted to alert you just in case people weren’t replying to other comments you made, tell them to check their spam folder. 😀
      Happy weekend!! xoxo

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