Many people believe that marriage is a sacred bond that unites two souls in eternal bliss and harmony. On the other hand, other people think marriage is punishment for shoplifting in some countries. Here at BMI, we take no sides in the marriage debate; instead, we encourage each and every employee to pursue their own individual happiness, and we respect and cherish each form of happiness no matter its size, shape, or color. For instance, one of our employees’ happiness looks like a bright red cactus, and we love that happiness with every ounce of our bodies and minds; however, we are not here to talk about the bright red cactus-shaped happiness. We are here to talk about the happiness of our beloved team member Ms. Kim Leveque.
Her happiness is not shaped like a bright red cactus, and it is not shaped like an oil portrait of my Aunt Esther. To our eyes, Kim’s happiness is shaped like a lustrous engagement ring and a loving fiancée.
On Wednesday October 5th, Mr. Richard Armour asked Ms. Kimberly Leveque if she would like to join him for a stroll through Millennium Park, one of Chicago’s most beautiful locales. Merely assuming that he was being his normal, thoughtful self; Kim suspected nothing and set out to simply enjoy a promenade with her paramour. The walk started innocent enough. The young love birds chatted about work and the beautiful weather as the unseasonably warm yet still refreshing breeze blew past their bright, hopeful eyes. All of a sudden, Richard kneeled down in front of Kim, as her fiery red hair shone in the dying sunlight, and asked her the question that dwarfs all questions – Would she marry him? Although she was initially taken aback by the shock of his unexpected proposal, she quickly recovered her trademark composure and simply and firmly responded, “Yes.”
Congratulations From Your Friends at Blue Magnet
We, at BMI, are so incredibly happy for Kim and Richard that mere, common words cannot describe the welling of joy in our collective souls. The fusion of two individuals into one beautiful and sublime soul is truly one most the most noble and meaningful of all human occurrences. We wish Kim and Richard the best of luck, but we know they won’t need it. We give them all of our love, but we know they already possess an overabundance of love amongst themselves. So in the end, we simply offer them our sincerest congratulations and our deep hope that their happiness stays as strong and resplendent as it appears to us right now.
Congratulations Kim and Richard from everyone at BMI!