Sugar Good met the love of her life, John Thompson, while working the window at a Dunkin’ restaurant in Oklahoma City.
Good memorized the time he would visit every morning as well as the details of his order — a large hot coffee with cream and sugar and a sausage, egg and cheese sandwich.
“I could never forget his smile,” Good told CNN. “I always noticed it. He has dimples and when he smiles, his eyes sparkle.”
“I always noticed her eyes, no matter where she was at in the store, I could always see her looking back at me,” Thompson said. “Still, I just didn’t get the hint she liked me, but I did everything I could to find out her name.”
After about a year, they exchanged numbers. Since that day, the two said they have been inseparable, falling more in love everyday.
Thompson proposed to Good in the Dunkin’ parking lot. On October 13, the couple exchanged vows at the same drive-thru where they first set eyes on each other.
“When John and I were planning our big day, we decided there was no better place to say ‘I do’ than right where we met,” Good said. “This Dunkin’ drive-thru has brought me one of my biggest blessings, and we’re so glad we were able to celebrate such a special occasion here with our Dunkin’ family!”
Customers who visited the restaurant that day received a free glazed or maple glazed donut — the couple’s favorites — to celebrate the occasion. Dozens of customers even returned later during the day to witness the ceremony and cheer them on from their cars, Thompson said.
“I wake up everyday next to her and I’m just thankful. She still gives me butterflies. We’re always talking to each other and writing each other sweet notes everywhere. She’s my coffee girl,” he added.
“And you’ll always be my guy in the red truck,” Good laughed.