Wohoo Almost there!!! This is the last chappie!!!! I have become really attached to these people so I am writing a sequel. And I will recognize all my reviewers with the next chapter. That will be my wall of thanks. SO THIS IS THE END!!! I am splitting this chapter into two parts; Jack's POV and Bonnie's POV.

Chapter 10 (I think)

It had been three years since the fateful day that Bonnie and Jack's lives had been saved by James Norrington. And now as Bonnie turned 18 they were finally getting married. And they were scared as hell.

Bonnie's POV.

She looked at her face in the mirror. She looked wonderful, as she had been told by her family and friends. But she still worried. 'What if Jack doesn't like it?' She wondered. 'I mean this dress is so frilly and pinkish. It looks so.so.so urg!' She HATED the color pink with a passion. She hated the fact that it was girly and the fact the dress was frilly was not helping it. 'I hate this dress.' She thought. 'And my hair!! Why can't I just wear it in a bandana? Why does it have to be up? GAAA!!!' She inwardly groaned.
She was wearing a dress of washed out pink, so pale that it almost looked white, her hair had been swept up in an up-do with curled tendrils falling to frame her face, her make-up and been applied by her mother; as she normally didn't wear any. All and all she looked like the daughter of and upper-class person. And she was pissed. She had never worn anything so prissy and proper and she never would again, if she had anything to say about it. She was a pirate and she would dress like one from now on.
"Abigail, Come on little one, it is time." Will said from the doorway. She took a deep breath and picked up her bouquet of water lilies. 'Here we go.' She thought to herself.

Jack's POV

Jack looked at Gibbs, who was his best man. "Ye really think I don't look stupid in this?" Jack asked. He was wearing a white tux with a single white lily pinned to his jacket. His normally messy hair had been brushed and pulled away from his face in a short horsetail. His beads and hat were no where to bee seen.
Gibbs sighed, "Jack ye look fine. The lass will love ye." He had been telling Jack for the past hour that he was fine and he didn't look comical. "Come on mate. It's time to go. Mustn't keep yer lady waiting."

Third person

Jack was standing before the alter where the priest stood, waiting for Bonnie to be brought to him. He was rubbing suddenly sweaty palms on his pants when the music began to play. He turned and saw what he considered a vision; there was Bonnie, in all her frilly pink glory. His jaw would have hit the floor if he hadn't been grinding his teeth in fear.
Will handed his daughter to Jack with a nod and a 'treat her right or die glare'. Bonnie looked at Jack; Jack looked at Bonnie. They both grinned and looked at the priest.
"Dearly beloved. We are gathered here today to witness the joining of these two people in holy matrimony. Marriage is the strongest and weakest of bonds, and should not be entered lightly. It is the strongest because you will share your life with your spouse. You will share each other's trials and triumphs; you will be together through joy and tears. Yet it is the weakest because you will have to face each other's fears, you will need to have just the right mixture of freedom and support; but no matter who locks their heart to you, you will always have each other.
Captain Jack Sparrow, do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife? Will you love and cherish her through good times and bad, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer, for better or worse, so long as you both shall live?" The priest asked Jack.
"I do."
"And do you Abigail Turner Take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband? Will you love and cherish him through good times and bad, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer, for better or worse, so long as you both shall live?" The Priest asked Bonnie.
"I do."
"By the power vested in me by the church and by God I now pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss the bride." The priest smiled. Jack kissed Bonnie as the whole church erupted in cheers and applause.
Bonnie and Jack walked out of that church, leaving behind the lives they knew for a new beginning.

THE END (August 20, 2003 @ 12:42 am)