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Man uses sheets to spell out 'Will you marry me?'

CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A family farm now has a very special meaning to a newly engaged couple.

Clifton Smith used sheets to spell out the words "Will you marry me?" on his girlfriend's family farm located near Highway 41.

The sheets were spelled out inside a heart that was the size of an acre, which was mowed by the future bride's father.

Then, while in an airplane, Smith popped the question to his girlfriend, Rachel.  By the way, Smith said his girlfriend said yes.

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