Boston mayor's chief of staff proposes after finishing Boston Marathon
Boston Marathon runner Amy Sennett wasn't just gasping for breath as she crossed the finish line at the Boston Marathon, Monday.
Daniel Koh, who is the chief of staff for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, proposed to Sennett after the pair completed the race.
Koh enlisted the help of friends along the course route who held up signs along the way. According to Boston.com, the message spelled out to Sennett went like this:
Amy, you've changed my life
We've been through it all
To DC-(M Street!)
To New York-(Cramped Studio!)
To Philadelphia-(Talula's Garden!)
There's a lot we have left to learn
But I know one thing for sure
I love you, and will love you, forever
You're the answer to all my questions
But I have one question left to ask...
Walsh, who handed Koh the ring, tweeted his congratulations afterward.
We've gotta admit, this was pretty smooth, Mr. Koh. Pretty smooth, indeed.