I don’t even know what happened after the wedding. The reception’s such a blur to me. I remember there was beer. Continue reading
I don’t even know what happened after the wedding. The reception’s such a blur to me. I remember there was beer. Continue reading →
The moment I see Siobhan walking down the aisle, my breath hitches. She walks closer, hand in hand with her father. When she gets to me, she gives me the widest, most gorgeous of smiles. I can only smile back.
This is it. No turning back, and I don’t want to. This is the woman I love with all my heart. My soul mate. Continue reading →
Today’s the day. My wedding day. Siobhan left last night to her parents house. She wants to keep some things traditional, I guess. Funny, since I would think traditional would mean not moving in before marriage or not having sex before marriage.
Yeah, well those were thrown out the window, thank the Gods. I do miss her already. I have no doubt that after today, Siobhan and I will have the greatest life together. We’ll definitely grow old together.
Okay, enough thinking. It’s time to get ready for the wedding. Siobhan showed me yesterday where she put my suit. Now to finish my breakfast, and head out.
Oh Gods, I’m getting married! Continue reading →
He’s dead. My beloved cow plant died over night. I don’t know what to feel right now. I’m at a loss for words. He was the best cow plant a farmer could have. Continue reading →
My heart’s thundering even in my ears. I asked her. I did it. I said the words, and now I can’t take them back.
“Jeremy,” Siobhan cries. “Of course, yes. Yes, I’ll marry you.”
My heart swells, and my hands shake as I put the ring on her finger. Continue reading →
It’s time. “Siobhan, will you go out with me tomorrow? I have something I want to show you.”
“Um…sure? Where are we going?”
“That, my love, is a surprise.” Continue reading →
I can’t get over how gorgeous this place is. The waterfalls. The beautiful rainbows. Even the fish are rare and a treat. I catch many, even the elusive angler fish.
I now know what I need to do. It wasn’t fear that stopped me from asking Siobhan, it was not knowing where to ask her, and now I know. I’m going to ask her to marry me, here, right in front of the waterfall. Continue reading →