Image: Jason Kahle and Aleasha Decker
Kelli Cardinal  /  AP
Jason Kahle, right, of Kalida, stands with his fiance Aleasha Decker of Pandora, outside of his parents home in Cloverdale, Ohio, on Wednesday.
updated 8/21/2009 6:30:23 AM ET 2009-08-21T10:30:23

A wheat farm has become a field of dreams for an Ohio woman whose boyfriend spelled out a marriage proposal on the land and took her up in a plane to see it.

Aleasha Decker, 23, said she was excited and stunned when she read the question, "Aleasha, marry me?" in 20-foot, sheet plastic letters. They sat atop a harvested field in Kalida, about 60 miles southwest of Toledo in northwestern Ohio.

New husband-to-be Jason Kahle got some help from his father, who farms the land and flies a small plane. When they took Decker into the air on Aug. 9, they said the purpose was to photograph some relatives' houses.

After Decker spotted the message, she turned to find Kahle with a ring.

A June 5, 2010, wedding is now in the works.

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