Stormie smiled a sad smile. "It was too much to hope for, wasn't it?"
“What was too much to hope for?”
“That maybe you had fallen for me the way I have for you.”
“It wasn't too much for hope.”
“What are you saying?”
“I have fallen for you, Stormie.”
"Yes. I want to hold you during scary movies. I want to kiss you in the rain, hold your hand while we skate, and do all of those cheesy things real-life couples do."
"Let us have another wedding right here and right now."
“I'll give Connor a call now.”
After an hour, Connor showed up. “Are you both ready?”
“We need a witness.”
“That's where I come in.”
“Stormie, I may not like Edvin, but he makes you happy, and that's all a mother could ask for.”
“Places,” Connor called out.
“Edvin, your vows.”
"Stormie, I promise to love and cherish you always. I promise to protect from any damage."
"Edvin, I promise to love and cherish you always. I promise to protect you from any damage, whether it be physical or emotional."
"Do you Edvin take Stormie as your lawful wedded forsaking all others? To love and cherish in richness in poorness in sickness and in health till death you both part?"
"And do you, Stormie-"
Connor and everyone laughs. “You may kiss the bride then. I now pronounce husband and wife again.”
“My husband, I like saying that and meaning it.”
Edvin and Stormie kissed.