Ms. Everitt gets engaged

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Ms. Everitt gets engaged

Everitt's fiancé designed this ring. He chose the colors specifically to go with her outfits. The diamonds represent Everitt and her fiancé, and the sapphire, her birthstone, represents their union.

Everitt's fiancé designed this ring. He chose the colors specifically to go with her outfits. The diamonds represent Everitt and her fiancé, and the sapphire, her birthstone, represents their union.

Everitt's fiancé designed this ring. He chose the colors specifically to go with her outfits. The diamonds represent Everitt and her fiancé, and the sapphire, her birthstone, represents their union.

Everitt's fiancé designed this ring. He chose the colors specifically to go with her outfits. The diamonds represent Everitt and her fiancé, and the sapphire, her birthstone, represents their union.

Julia Henning

Inkwell sat down with Katherine Everitt, the Upper School for Girls history and global politics teacher, to get the scoop on her engagement. He proposed at their home on Vashon Island on Sunday night after Everitt had returned from PACMUN, a high school conference in Seattle with her Model UN students. Listen in to hear her talk about her reaction to his proposal and her plans for the wedding.