A post on the fast food restaurant’s Facebook page included photos of the March 27 proposal, when Chick-fil-A customer Nick asked Sarah to marry him. According to the Facebook post, the two have known each other since they were 3 years old.
Nick got down on one knee…
Presented Sarah with a ring…
Put the ring on Sarah’s finger…
“CONGRATULATIONS TO THE HAPPY COUPLE ON THEIR ENGAGEMENT!!! Nick and Sarah have known each other since they were 3 years old! And tonight, he built up the courage to ask for her hand in marriage! How sweet is that!?” the Chick-fil-A post reads.
Houston Chronicle reports 27-year-old Justin Felder is accused of making 246 refunds to his personal bank account from Oct. 13, 2011 to June 26, 2016. According to the affadavit, Felder is charged with exceeding $100,000, a second-degree felony.
Before Ward took off to start school at Texas A&M at age 17, he weighed in at 355 pounds. According to an interview with Business Insider, now 25-year-old Ward, who currently lives in Colorado, says he had always struggled to lose weight and find a diet that worked for him.
At 18, Ward started exercising but was still at a loss about what to eat. That’s when he decided to go to one of his long-time favorites and try out Chick-fil-A’s healthier options. From there, he ate Chick-fil-A almost daily. Combined with portion control and workout regimens, he shed 140 pounds in just under a year.
“I wouldn’t say all of it is Chick-fil-A, because I have to make my own decisions,” he said, but noted that Chick-fil-A had “tasty, healthy options that worked for me and…my palate.”