Q: What was your first impression of your fiancé?
M: My first memory of Elliott was in grade school at Pizza Hut. He was flinging cheese with a fork at the ceiling in an attempt to get it to stick.
E: My first impression of Mollie was that she was the most naïve redhead I had ever met. But she was really good at math and she helped me pass all of my high school math courses.
Q: What do you think your fiancé’s ideal date would be?
M: Going to Cabelas for endless hours of the day, eating at Texas Roadhouse, and lastly stopping at a gas station on the way home for some gummy worms.
E: Going to Olive Garden, a movie, and then finishing at Cold Stone Creamery.
Q: What is your fiancé’s worst habit?
M: Being a human tornado.
E: Overthinking everything!
Q: What percentage of housework does your fiancé do?
M: 1% — he rolls the trash can about 50 yards to the dumpster every other week.
E: About 90% – she does everything besides washing my hunting clothes; she still can’t figure out why I like them to have no scent.
Q: What is that one word your fiancé overuses?
M: “Naturally” – he likes to start ever sentence with it.
Q: What is one food your fiancé couldn’t live without?
M: Noodles. He eats them Every. Single. Day.
E: Chocolate – dark chocolate, white chocolate, milk chocolate, ANY kind of chocolate
Q: If your fiancé got to plan your honeymoon by themselves, what would they plan for you both?
M: A bear hunt to Canada. Hunting morning/night and fishing all day.
E: Anywhere warm and on a beach.
Q: What is your fiancé’s description of a happy marriage?
M: Putting God first, having a best friend/hunting partner, and thorough communication.
E: Mutual respect, trust, making each other a priority, and always keeping Christ at the center of our world.