LA: Murray and I spend a great deal of time on the phone or Skype when we’re apart from each other. During the 2010 Christmas holiday, I flew home to be with my family in Florida, and Murray stayed in Maryland with his family.

MC: After the Christmas day had ended, Lerone and I got on the computer to Skype. It had gotten really late (it was now December 26) and so we began to say our goodbyes to each other. Right before we logged off, I sent her a file with a picture of a ring.

LA: The thought of a virtual proposal had not even crossed my mind, and so I thought Murray was shopping for rings and seeking my opinion. I soon realized he wasn’t ring shopping when he got down on his knee and proceeded to tell me that he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me.

MC: It was a bit scary at first because Lerone did not say anything.

LA: I found difficulty expressing words at the moment, and decided that a technological proposal required a technological answer. So I didn't give him an answer until the morning when I created a video that I emailed to him with my answer--Yes!