One morning, Elder Price wakes up and realizes that it is the first time in years that he didn't dream of Orlando.

Instead of seeing Cinderella's Castle, Mickey Mouse and Epcot while he slept, he'd seen Elder McKinley. His hair, his eyes, his lips.

And then he notices how happy he is. He always woke from Orlando dreams upset and bitter about not being sent there, but Elder McKinley was real. Elder McKinley was his, unlike Orlando.

He rushes into the other Elder's room and stands over him until he wakes up. Then he leans over and kisses him.

"What was that for?" Elder McKinley mumbles, still half asleep.

"It was because you're my new Orlando."