A/N: This chapter will contain some fluff. Ahhhhh fluff, can't live without the stuff. Oh, and once again real quick, author's thanks! (They're quite fun!)

Isabela Pucini: Goodie! I was hoping you would :)

Lykcosdracos: Oh my! Snoopy Dances, for me?! Why my dear, you shouldn't have. blushes Yes I agree, they are perfect for eachother. And yes! Drinks all around!

Livvy Depp: Thanks very much. Details are very important, so I'm very pleased to hear you like mine.....sugarbutt! :)

Neo-moose: First off, love that name! Wowie, a sequel eh? You really think I'm capable. You're too kind. :)

Vanillafluffy: Yes, raisins are the pit of all evil. (But I do love them so.....shhhhh, don't tell them!)

As always, you guys are the best sooo..........Sam and Joon cookies all around, plus those drinks that Lykcosdracos mentioned.

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Everybody had a ball at the diner. Sam and Joon had their first dance to 500 Miles by The Proclaimers , (so sorry, I couldn't help it!) Benny and Ruthie each made individual speeches for the happy couple, and Sam even put on a great show with his Chaplin routine. And by at the end of the night, there was a great send off which included rice and sparklers. It was the perfect ending to the perfect day.

It was around nine p.m by the time Sam and Joon got home to their apartment in Ruthie's building. They had decided instead of having a big , fancy honeymoon in some exotic place, all they needed was to be together. And thus they settled for spending the weekend alone in their apartment.

They were just about to walk through the front door when Sam suddenly put his cane in front of Joon to stop her. She game him a quizzical look, but he just took off his hat, gave a slight bow, put it back on her head, and lifted her up princess style.

"It's tradition to carry the bride over the threshold." he told her, which earned him a smile from her in return. After he carried her in he gently put her down and shut and lock the door. (safety first kids)

"I have a surprise for you." Sam said shyly.

"What is it?" Joon asked with a childish glint in her eye.

"Ummm, you have to put this on first." he pulled a handkerchief from his shirt pocket and tied it around her eyes.

"Ok............um, ok." Joon was a little nervous to say the least, she had no idea what he was up to.

Sam led her excitedly to the bedroom. He positioned her facing towards the bed, dusted himself off a little so he would look his best, and started untying the handkerchief.

"Okay, surprise." Joon looked at the sight before her and was stunned silent. Sam had set up a whole romantic picture for her eyes. The bed was covered with pink rose petals (her favorite) little lamps in the shape of candles (he didn't want the house to burn down now.) and there was even a bowel of tapioca pudding, minus the raisins, waiting for them.

"Oh Sam, it's..............perfect."

"Yeah?"

"Yeah." Joon turned around so she could face Sam. She reached up to cup his cheek and gently kissed him.

After pulling away, Joon smiled up at Sam once again for what must have been the hundredth time that day. But she couldn't help it. Sam just made her so happy she was constantly finding it harder and harder to remember a time in her life without him, and she was looking forward to spending years and years with him. The song was right, first comes love, then comes marriage, and hopefully soon there would be little Sams and Joons in baby carriages.

Sam took a step away from Joon and pulled her towards the bed with him. He laid down and waited as she positioned herself in the crook of his arm and rested her head on his shoulder. He could truly say that he had never been as content in life as he was right now. Right now, life was just...........right.

"This is nice." he whispered into her hair.

"Yes." she agreed.

And so the happy coupled stayed that way for the remainder of the night. Wrapped in eachother's loving arms, the way they would every night for decades to come.

The End.

A/N: And so concludes this little story. Just a couple of little things I need to point out and then I'll let you all be. First off, I know there was a love scene in the movie, but it just seemed right to not have one on the honeymoon. They just don't seem the type of couple to do that to me. I could be wrong though, but oh well. Secondly, I just had to add the 'K-I-S-S-I-N-G' song reference! It seemed to fit. And thirdly, for those of you who don't know, the line 'this is nice' I got from the movie Punch Drunk Love. Well that's all, thanks again to all my reviewers, you guys spoil me so! But I love you all. Ta!