Six Months Later
Libby and I are sitting in a fancy restaurant to celebrate our freedom from Heidi and our love. Libby gets down on one knee and takes my hand.
"Tulip Price, you are the most interesting woman I've ever met and I want to continue being entertained by you for the rest of my life. I want to take risks and go on adventures with you, Not just as a couple, but a married couple."
"What are you asking, Libby?"
"I'm asking if you, Tulip Price, will marry me?" Libby is slipping the ring on my finger as I admire the ring for a bit and then look back up at her.
"I- don't know what to say. All my life, I've dreamed of being proposed to and now it's finally happening."
"Is that a yes?"
“Yes, Libby Williams, I will marry you.” We kiss as the restaurant breaks out in applause. A waiter brings over champagne for us to celebrate with and congratulates us.
Four weeks later, I'm standing in the mirror admiring my wedding dress.
"No drama today, just romance," Libby had promised. It's a good thing we're not superstitious I giggled to myself. My best friend Kasper will be standing up for me. I know he's just as happy about this wedding as I am.
Before I know, I'm standing in front of Libby holding her hands and now it's my turn to say my vows.
"Libby, you are the moon and stars in my sky. I promise to keep that light glowing for a very very long time."
"You may kiss."
Libby and I kiss. "I now pronounce you married."
Everyone is standing up, clapping for us as Libby and I hold hands walking out of the church to start our life as a married couple.