"Ya, I'm fine I just wish he had told me," I said, looking down.

"I know." he rubs his hands on my arms. "I didn't know until tonight. Lee told me."

"So this was a fail," I sighed

"Well, not all," Noah said. I looked up at him questioningly, waiting for him to continue.

"What do you mean?"

"Well, I got to do this." He said as he leaned in to kiss me.

"Isn't this bad luck," I said with a small smile. We turned and looked at the clock. It was 11:59.

"Not if I leave now." He said. Noah winked at me before he turned around and bolted out the door.

I sighed before turning around.

"Out everybody!" I yelled into the crown. They turned and looked at me. "OUT NOW!"

I yelled again, louder. They all scrambled out the door.
"What's your problem?" said Olivia.

"You too," I told her, pointing at the door. "The only people who should be in here are them," I said as I looked at my friends.

The next day was so excitingly nerve-racking. I woke up at 5:00 am to get ready. We got professional makeup, artists and hairstylists, to come over and by 10:00. I was ready. The wedding was at 11:30. I was sitting on my bed looking out into the back yard.

I couldn't help but wonder what was happening with Lee. I didn't want to worry about that on my wedding day, but you have to always be happy with your best friend no matter what. But you also have to tell your best friend everything.