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Back in January 2012, Melissa Dohme‘s life was changed forever when she was stabbed 32 times in the face and neck by her ex-boyfriend.

But after living through a nightmare no one should ever have to face, Dohme’s dreams are coming true. Because the 23-year-old just got the sweetest proposal ever — from the first responder who helped save her life.

Dohme and Cameron Hill began dating a little over two years ago. After her recovery, Dohme has made it her mission to be a domestic violence advocate in her hometown of Tampa, Fla., and she has become so widely known, the Tampa Bay Rays recently invited her to throw the first pitch for a game.

It all went down this week, and it was Hill who came out on to the field and gave her a ball to throw. And on the ball was written, “Will you marry me?” And of course she said yes.

Dohme took to Facebook to share her joy…

Woke up this morning only to be living my dream! And you know "I got a Gold & Diamond Source diamond!" The one and only!…

Posted by Support Melissa on Tuesday, May 12, 2015

… and the Rays shared photos of Monday’s romantic events.

When Melissa Dohme was attacked by an ex-boyfriend in 2012, an EMT named Cameron Hill came to her rescue and helped save…

Posted by Tampa Bay Rays on Monday, May 11, 2015

A year after her horrific attack, Dohme said, “If you believe there’s good in the world then you’ll find it.” She sure did. Congrats to the beautiful couple.