Konnichi-wa, all you loyal readers! This is the epilogue of sorts, although I personally do not like it. I'm probably going to end up changing it, but it ties it up nicely. I hope it gives some closure! Or something. Anyway, this is the last chapter. Enjoy!

Epilogue: A Life Worth Living

The temple was croweded with people, all craning their nexcks for a view of the bridal procession as it make its way up the aisle. The entire town had assembled to view the marriage and every available seat was taken, even the hard wooden chairs on the balconies.

In the front row sat a little girl clad in a yellow dress. A small mangy brown dog sat on her lap, curled into a ball. The dog looked up at the couple at the altar and yawned, resting her nose back on her paws and falling asleep. On her right sat her mother, a middle-aged woman who was smiling proudly. On her left was a man with vibrant blue hair, her daddy-to-be. Weedy looked up at him and grinned. He smiled and rested his arm around her shoulders. She leaned her head on his arm and turned her attention back to her brother's wedding.

Koh, an orange-haired boy of almost 18 stood at the altar across from a young woman with green hair, Nico. She blushed as he whispered something inaudible to her and they both began their vows.

As he watched the wedding, Beldo heard a whisper in his hear. He turned to find Wreath smling at him. "We'll be doing this next month," she teased, "Are you sure you want to go through with it?"

Beldo grinned and squeezed her hand, "I would not miss it for the world."

"Shh!" Weedy hushed her stepfather with a waving hand, "I can't hear!"

Beldo and Wreath exchanged glances and returned their attention to the wedding. As the priest finalized the ceremony and Nico and Koh kissed, Beldo reflected upon the events of the past years and smiled, thinking, "Mine truly is a life worth living."


A/N: Yay! Is finished! I hope you enjoyed reading this story! Please read and review; I love feedback! Also, check out my other stuff! I'd love you forever if you did! 'Till next time!