Sometimes commitment needs to be harvested.
A Michigan man wrote “Marry Me” into the wheat field of his family’s farm in Au Gres and then proposed to his girlfriend on a fly-by over the crops, according to reports.
Devin Huber plowed the words into the wheat field stubble in about two hours, WOODTV.com noted.
He arranged for a pilot friend to take them on what Lisa Marshall thought was a sight-seeing tour, WNEM reported.
When Marshall spotted the message from above, Huber told the station he got down on a knee and popped the question. She said yes.
The wedding is reportedly planned for August 2017.