It all just made sense for us." *— Amanda11 months: "We dated long distance for 11 months before getting engaged.The thing that factored most was waiting for my head to catch up with my heart.
If I could go back in time, I would tell myself to marry her after we took a wonderful vacation on Kauai when we were first dating.The three-year time span gave us enough experience with one another to really learn each other's life dances.Meaning, three years of dating also allowed us to build a strong awareness of our expectations of one another, and how we view and interact with each other and the world." Five years: "I couldn't afford to save for a ring for nearly two years. However, I lost my job around the time I wanted to propose and spent my free time finishing school.I believe that you shouldn't get engaged until you are truly serious about getting married.To me, you date to get to know each other and then you get engaged to plan your marriage." 11 years: "I had issues with [my now-wife] being older than me.
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Sunday was the first time Thompson appeared on the show.