a/n: So this has been a little brain child of mine for atleast four months. Hopefully it'll be as good as I hoped.When I started writing this I kind of implied that there was more time between Thank Goodness and I'm Not That Girl (reprise) so Glinda and Fiyero do actually get married. Also,heed my warning thatif you haven't seen the musical, spoilerswill be revealed. Anywho...please review, constructive critisism is accepted! well, enjoy!

Oh and everything italicized (sp?) in the beginning of the story is adream sequence!

"I had a great time tonight," Galinda smiled up at her handsome date.

"So did I," he smiled and kissed her.

Galinda felt her heart flutter as their lips met for a brief but meaningful kiss. "See you tommorrow," she waved goodbye and entered her dorm room, sighing blissfully as Fiyero walked down the path to his dorm.

Glinda stirred a bit in her sleep as the dream began to change.

"Look, if it'll make you happy, of course I'll marry you," Fiyero smiled half-heartedly at Glinda.

"But it will make you happy too, right?" she asked him.

"You know me," he kissed her hand, "I'm always happy."

The dream started to change again, Glinda saw herself and her and Fiyero's wedding.

"I love you," she whispered to him as they entered the ballroom of the Wizard's palace.

"I love you too," Fiyero responded, his attention veering off to one the windows as they began to dance. A figure quickly moved past the window. Strange, if he wouldn't have known better he would have thought it was, "Elphaba," he muttered under his breath.

"What was that dearest?" Glinda asked.

"Nothing, nothing," he responded, smiling at her reassuringly. He couldn't help wondering if it really was Elphaba that he saw. After a few minutes of thinking about it he decided against it.

After the song ended Glinda and Fiyero sat down at their table. As theysat down a guard approached Fiyero.

"I apologize for interrupting butneed your help upstairs, sir."

"Okay," Fiyero nodded and turned to Glinda, "They need me upstairs, I'll be back as soon as I can."

"Okay dearest," she kissed him softly, "I love you."

The dream changed again. This time Glinda saw herself at Kiamo Ko Castle.

Elphaba and Glinda hugged one last time before the mob broke in.

"Hurry, hide. Please I can't let them hurt you too," Elphaba said, pointing out a place for Glinda to hide.

"Elphie..." she said with tears in her eyes.


Glinda nodded and did as she was told, waiting in anticipation for these next few moments to pass by quickly and praying for her best friend's saftey.

When the mob had cleared out, Glinda escaped from her hiding spot to see if her friend had survived. She gasped when she saw that same black hat that Glinda had give her back when they first met. She picked up the hat as her tears began to flow freely.

"Oh Elphie," she muttered, only partially asleep now.

"Miss Glinda," a small voice called, knocking on her bedroom door.

"Come in," Glinda responded, sitting up in her bed.

"Are you okay? I heard you talking in your sleep."

"Yes, I'm fine, just dreaming."

"Okay, do not hesitate to call me if you need anything."

"Thank you," Glinda nodded as the girl left.

Glinda got out of bed and gazed around the room; it was so differant without Fiyero here. She stepped out onto her balcony over looking the Emerald City. She shivered asa cool breeze blew past. The stars and moon above shone brightly in the evening sky. Life was so differant now since Elphaba's death. In the eye's of the public Glinda was a queen, but she felt more like a prisoner. Sure she loved the attention, but it could not make up for the emptiness she really felt.

Elphaba stared up at the night's sky. The crackling from the fire played in harmony with the forest's music. She glanced over to the sleeping Fiyero and smiled. He always looked so peaceful when he slept. She picked up a twig and traced small patterns aimlessly in the dirt. Lately she hadn't been sleeping well; she wasn't quite sure why, she just wasn't.

"Elphaba?" Fiyero said hoarsely.

"Yes?" she answered, turning her head to him.

"Why don't you atleast try to go to sleep? We have a lot of walking to do tommorrow."

He was right. They both thought it wise that they didn't travel by broomstick just incase anybody saw them.

"Alright, just a minute though."

He nodded and soon fell back to sleep.

Elphaba's thoughts soon traveled to Glinda. It had been nearly four months since she 'melted' and the same ammount of time since she had last seen Glinda. She missed her friend and couldn't help feeling guilty that she was alive and Glinda didn't know. Fiyero was right though, it was far too dangerous for anyone to know that they lived.

She yawned softly and decided maybe to give sleep a chance. She got up and slowly meandered her way to Fiyero and lay down next to him, feeling his comforting arm wrap itself around her gave her such a secure feeling. She slowly shut her eyes and fell asleep.

a/n: So that was it so far. I don't think it was too bad, but I dunno. If you review I'll give you a cookie! D. I'll probably write the next chapter tommorrow if I get a good response from this one )