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Port Royal. A nice, respectful place to live. Though it has changed over the years, but not a whole lot different than before. Same old buildings, same old dock, and same old people. It carried on in a peaceful manner, people going about their business, working, etc. To some people, it was the same old Port Royal they knew and loved. But for Will Turner, it changed a lot to him. Yes he was still a blacksmith, but now he lived in the second biggest house in the whole town, not bigger than the governor's of course.
It all changed when a couple years ago when he tangoed with a couple pirates like Jake Sparrow, a good guy, and Barbosoa, defiantly not a good guy. After that whole issue happened, he and the one woman he loved more than anything got married, in a beautiful church in the middle of the town. He swore every person must have went to that wedding and it was the talk of the town for weeks. He himself had to agree it was amazing and his bride, breath taking. He and Elizabeth got married a couple weeks after Jack left them by tumbling over that wall and falling into the ocean. Now that image will never ever leave his mind, every time he would think about the guy trying to make a dramatic exit and instead tumbling backward over the wall before he finished his speech, made him grin. But he WAS glad he got out of the situation ok, and he didn't end up back in prison.
A half of a year went by after that wedding day and Elizabeth and himself were ready to have a family. Which they now have a beautiful girl, who is now 5, with golden blonde hair like her mother's and deep dark brown eyes, like her father. Six years have passed and Will doesn't look any different nor does Elizabeth, but the 2 do look back on what happened on those pirate ships and they do wonder if they would ever see Jack again.
Will pounded a large hammer on a red glowing blade, shaping it into the perfect shape for a sword. He was good at what he does, he knew that. Once satisfied, he put the glowing red blade down into the water and a loud hiss filled the room. After Will heard it hiss no longer he shoved it back in the fire, under the burning coals. He sighed and rubbed his eyes in a tired manner and placed the hammer back on the rack. He whipped the sweat from his forehead and picked up a sword that he had finished hours before. He balanced it on top of his hand and then threw it up the air, catching it by the handle. He examined it a while longer then suddenly the front doors to his shop busted open.
"Daddy! Daddy! Daddy!" a small excited voice shouted as she ran full blast at him.
Will grinned and placed the sword down and picked his daughter up in the nick of time. He hugged her tightly and kissed her cheek as she wrapped her small arms around his neck.
"Emily, what are you doing here? Where's your mother?" he asked grinning at her.
Elizabeth then entered the doorway breathing hardly as she touched her chest with one hand and her dress in the other, she had lifted it up a little so she could run better.
"You try……chasing her……in a dress……and these shoes." she said in between breaths.
Emily giggled as she noticed her father was chuckling.
"Funny isn't it?" he asked her.
The little girl shook her head yes.
"Ok, why don't you see how the donkey is doing." he replied sitting her down.
"Ok." she said happily and skipped over to the animal and started petting it.
Will looked at her and smiled.
"What are you doing here?" he asked.
"Well Emily and I were taking a walk and we decided that you would like some company walking home this evening." she said smiling back.
"Especially you two." he said touching her face and kissing her lips.
She smiled and returned the kiss as well, loving it when he kissed her. The two looked into each other's eyes warmly.
"Ewe." a small voice said.
Elizabeth and Will turned their head to see that their child had been watching them. Will laughed as he pulled away, Elizabeth laughed lightly as well.
"Now if only she'll have that attitude for the rest of her life." Will told his wife as he started closing up and putting things away, Elizabeth nodded in agreement.
Once done he looked at Emily.
"Ready to go home?" he asked her.
"Yup." she answered.
"Well alright then." he responded picking the little girl up in his arms and walking up to Elizabeth and offered his arm.
She smiled and wrapped her arm around his, and the 2 walked out, closing the blacksmith door behind them. The sun was getting dimmer, but not by much as the townspeople hustled and bustled, doing their evening things. Will and Elizabeth, arm laced around arm, strolled through the street of Port Royal, making their way home. Will nodded politely at almost every person who passed them and Elizabeth gave each a smile. Once in a while someone would stop to talk.
"Ahh, the Turners." a voice said behind them.
Elizabeth and Will turned at the same time, facing another couple.
"Hello Mr. And Mrs. Anderson." Elizabeth greeted.
Will took a hold of Mrs. Anderson's hand and kissed the top of it, like a gentleman, and Mr. Anderson did the same thing to Elizabeth.
"How are you both on this fine afternoon?" Mr. Anderson asked them.
"We're doing just fine thank you, and yourself?" Elizabeth replied.
"Oh just fine. Ohh and I see you have your little girl, oh Fred, isn't she just the cutest?" Mrs. Anderson asked touching Emily in the stomach, tickling her.
Emily giggled lightly.
"Ah, yes, very fine child indeed." Fred answered.
"The cutest." Mrs. Anderson corrected.
"Oh, thank you." Will said smiling.
The four carried out the conversation for a little while longer then the Anderson's parter, leacing Elizabeth and Will back to their journey home.
Emily led the way, running up, giggling to herself, through the large yard, making her way to the large house that was white with hunter green window lining. Lots of beautiful flowers surrounded the house and large sad willow trees sat in their yard. Will and Elizabeth took their time walking to the front door, they walked up 5 steps and onto the porch.
"Mommy, Daddy, hurry up!" Emily whined as she stood next to the locked door.
"Coming sweetie." Will answered as he unlocked the door and pushed it open for her, which immediatly she ran inside.
Will watched her go in and then returned his eyes and head back on Elizabeth who was already looking at him warmly. Will leaned in slowly for a kiss, which Elizabeth gladly returned.
"Wanna go for a walk?" he asked her smiling. Elizabeth grinned back and shook her head yes.
"Anna, Will and I are going on an evening walk, please watch Emily for us." Elizabeth shouted in the house.
She then heard a, "Of course mame, you and Mr. Turner have a wonderful time!"
"Let's go." Elizabeth replied.
Will and Elizabeth walked hand in hand, walking along the beach. Every now and then, water would sweep up and wet their bare feet, it was warm water, considering the sun was setting. Once they both had enough walking, they sat in the sand, Elizabeth wrapped in his arms watching the sun go down and their surroundings become very dark.
"Ah, William, everything seems so perfect to me. This is the kind of stuff I had been dreaming about since I was little. Never thought it would be with you though." she said softly.
Will grinned a little.
"Ever had any doubts that you never married the commodore? I could understand if you answer yes." Will replied looking out at the beach and listening to the waves.
"I never have one doubt. With him, I wouldn't be this happy right now." she said leaning her head back on his shoulder.
"That's good. I was afraid that you wouldn't marry a blacksmith." Will said grinning.
"How many times must I tell you William Turner, your not a blacksmith, your a pirate." she said laughing.
Will laughed too.
"Well, that explains why I get evil looks sometimes." he said laughing.
Elizabeth laughed as well and then sighed, looking up at the bright moon. brought back memories. Lots of memories.