Well, we've come to the end of the story. I want to thank all of you for reviewing my story. . . this story. It made me smile, and sometimes it made me laugh out loud. Your support for a couple that I support like they're real. Thank you everybody. I LOVE you all SO much. This last chapter is dedicated to everybody who read, reviewed, and favorited this story. Tonight, I am also going to start posting my favorite stories I wrote this year. I am still working on the college story. It doesn't even have a name yet, but it will. Hopefully you won't be disappointed with it when it ends. And I am thinking about a little five chapter sequel about Van Pelt watching Jane and Lisbon, and hoping for something just like it. There will be Rigsby, of course. Tell me if you like the idea. Oh, and lastly this chapter was edited to "the Next Ten Minutes" from the Last Five Years. Sad play, beautiful song. The original chapter was written to by "Right Back to Where We Started From" by Maxine Nightangle.
15. "Right Back to Where We Started From"
July 10th, 2011
It was their first year anniversary, and the day that they were getting married to each other for real. It was a day untainted by desertions, forced marriages, and promises of an annulment in a year. It was a day with programs, and a planned honeymoon, and a first dance to Right Back Where We Started From with Daisy squished between them and a tiny baby bump forming under Lisbon's silver sheath dress, it was a baby that had been conceived the day it's parents had confessed their feelings for each other finally. It was a day with their family and friends joining them on the dance floor for their first dance.
It was the day that Jane went from being the Substitute Husband to being a permanent fixture in Lisbon's life.
Sorry for the short ending, but when it came down to it. . . I thought that shorter was better. That it would be a little more powerful than anything long and mushy and flowery. I hope you agree.