|All You Need Is Love
Author: Wanda Wish PM
If you want a randombizzarestrange story about Cosmo and Wanda meeting, then look no further.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Romance - Cosmo & Wanda - Chapters: 9 - Words: 17,782 - Reviews: 35 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 03-11-06 - Published: 02-22-06 - Status: Complete - id: 2812773
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Authors Note- Finally this bloody thing is done. Thanks to all my reviewers for this story; as I've said before, it's far more than it deserves.
They spent the night on the hill, just like they had on their first date. However, they didn't get much sleeping done. They were both far to excited and happy. They sat up the entire night, talking, laughing, holding each other close.
They didn't realise how long they'd been up for until Cosmo pointed to the horizon and said "Look! Here comes the sun!" They watched as the steely grey sky flushed pink and orange.
"Maybe we should go home," said Wanda sensibly after they had watched the sun rise.
"But I told my Mama I was getting milk!" cried Cosmo. "I thought I wasn't coming home! I thought I was marrying you!"
"Well you can just go home with some milk, Cosmo, and tell her it took you longer than you thought," suggested Wanda.
"Oh yeah," said Cosmo. "You're so smart Wanda."
"Well…" she said, trying to be modest. "But you know Cosmo, you can save that excuse for later," she said, holding his hand. "And you can save the marriage question for then too."
Cosmo started to grin widely. "You got it, baby." He watched as a few birds flew past in the sky, twittering happily. "Do you think we'll be okay Wanda?" he asked seriously.
"I know we'll be okay," said Wanda, kissing him on the cheek lightly. "There's nothing we can do that can't be done."
"Wow, really?" asked Cosmo, amazed.
"No Cosmo, it's a…I was just…It means that if we love each other, we'll always find a way."
"You're so smart Wanda," said Cosmo. "I wish I was as smart as you."
"Oh Cosmo, there's nothing you can know that isn't known. And there's nothing you can do, but you can learn how to be you in time. It's eas…"
"Wanda, will stop now please," said Cosmo, clutching his head.
"Sorry sweetie. I couldn't help it." She hugged him and then decided to mention something that hadn't seemed important before. "Cosmo, why are you still wearing the suit you wore to the dance?"
Cosmo looked down with surprise, as if he hadn't noticed it. "Well, I was too tired to change when I went home yesterday morning, and then I just forgot about it."
"I think it suits you," said Wanda flatteringly.
"Really?" said Cosmo, leaning back on his hands and looking cocky. "Maybe I'll wear a shirt and tie from now on."
"I think you should," said Wanda, smiling at him. They were just about to lean in for a kiss when a cheery voice called to them from lower down the hill. Blushing, Cosmo and Wanda quickly moved apart and watched Jon, Pall and Giorge approach.
"Hi guys," said Cosmo, waving shyly at them.
"Hey Cosmo," said Giorge, eying the ring on Wanda's hand. "So, did you pop the question?"
"Yep!" said Cosmo happily. "And guess what! She said no!"
"Uhm…congratulations?" said Pall, raising an eyebrow.
"It's a good thing," explained Cosmo with a laugh. "Wanda's my girlfriend now, and she said I could ask her to marry me later. And I couldn't have done it without you guys."
"Aw look, I'm blushing," joked Jon.
"No, really, Cosmo has a point," said Wanda, looking up at them. "You're one of the main reasons we're together now."
"Yeah, but we were also one of the reasons you nearly broke up," said Jon, really blushing now.
"That was just a misunderstanding. You were good friends to Cosmo, you helped me with my exams…we owe you guys."
All three were red as they muttered that it was nothing…no problem…would have done it for anyone.
Pall cleared his throat. "The reason we came here is because we wanted to tell you we're going home."
"So?" said Cosmo. "What's the big deal?"
"We mean home home. Back to our old school and everything. We poof out at lunchtime."
"Do you guys really have to go?" asked Wanda.
"Sorry, but we do," said Giorge regretfully. "The school year's over."
"Noooo!" wailed Cosmo, leaping up and pulling all three into a tight hug. "I don't want you to go!"
"Well, you could always come with us," said Pall, choking slightly on Cosmo's strong grip. "You could join our band; we still need a drummer."
"Yeah," said Giorge. "Jon, Pall Giorge and Cosmo. Got a nice ring to it, don't you think?"
"No thanks guys," said Cosmo, letting go and holding Wanda's hand. "I think I'll stay here."
"Suit yourself," said Giorge with shrug. "We'll just find someone else." He turned to Wanda. "You don't know how to play the drums, do you?"
Wanda laughed and hugged each of them. "Promise us you'll write," she said.
"We will," said Jon. "And we promise we'll come back if there's ever a wedding. Maybe we could even be the band?"
"Definetly," said Cosmo. "And Pall, do you want your suit back?"
"No!" shouted the guys hurriedly as Cosmo raised his wand to poof it off.
"You can send it over later," said Pall. "I don't want the last thing we see of you to be so…naked."
Jon looked at his watch. "We'd better go guys. We still have some packing to do."
Cosmo and Wanda hugged them once more before they turned and left the happy couple at the top of the hill.
Pall sighed. "I really hoped that coming here on this exchange trip would give us some material for songs."
"Yeah," agreed Jon. "But it's not like if we write songs about any of this stuff, it'll rocket us into unbelievable fame and create us as musical gods, destined to go down in history for our unique and original style."
"Hmmm," hmmed the others in agreement.
"At least one good thing came out of this trip," continued Jon.
"What's that?" asked Giorge.
"I met a really nice fairy at the graduation dance. Her name's Yoyo Uno."
"You wouldn't leave us for her like Cosmo did, would you?" asked Pall suspiciously.
"Nah guys, there's no chance of that."
"Well then it that case," said Giorge, slinging his arms across the shoulders of his two friends, "onwards to fame!"