It approached. This was it. Now or never. It's funny, through all the months of planning, I never really thought about actually having to pull this thing off. It was all diagrams and plans and discussing strategies. But, here we were. D-day, as it were. Time to do it. No time for backing out now.

I swallowed hard, unable to shift the lump in my throat. Could I really do this? It all seemed so big. The stuff of Hollywood movies. It didn't really work out in real life. What did I think was going to happen? We would drive off from this, into the sunset to live happily ever after? The thought was ridiculous.

But, still. I couldn't not do it, either. You don't wait so long and then back out. I had to go through with it. I wanted to.

Sucking in a deep breath, I walked through the doors of the church. Straightening out my white dress, I made my way down the aisle.


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A coffee-addicted single mum. I am currently working on my first novel as well as writing various short stories.

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