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Lifes Little Curveball 3

Sarah and Holly get married
Months had pasted since Sarah and Holly the little movie. Their love grew stronger everyday they spent together, and the sex was like going to heaven each and every night.

Sarah knew that she wanted to spend the rest of her life with the love of her life; Holly. The week before valentine's day, Sarah went to the jewelry store and bought Holly the most magnificent proposal ring they had. The perfect engagement ring. On valentine's day Sarah took Holly to Beau Chattuo, an italian resturant.

"Sarah baby why are you so nervous, did I do something wrong?" Holly asked Sarah replied by saying that she never did anything wrong. Holly continued to eat her dinner. When Sarah and Holly finished eating their dessert. Sarah got down on one knew and said

" Holly I have know you for my most of my life, you are my best friend. You have seen me through my best and my worsts. I love you so much and I want to spend the rest of my life with you, so Holly will you marry me?"

Holly started to cry, nodding her head jumped up and kissed Sarah.


Holly looked into the mirror and smiled. The mirror was tall as she was so that she could see herself fully in it. She looked beautiful that day. Why shouldn't she? All brides look beautiful on their wedding day. Her dress was of the purest white with a bell hoop skirt that came out from her waist and slowly went down to the floor in a bell shape. The top slowly dipped down in a slight curve so that it slightly showed off her wonderful cleavage. The sleeves were hanging off her shoulders. Roses adorned the little white bands of the sleeves that hung gently on her shoulders. She looked stunning. Her skirt was pure white, with lots of tulle under it. Her train was long and flowing behind with a rose that attached it to her dress. Roses slowly flowed down the train and matched the ones on her sleeves. She looked stunning. And the red rose bouquet that she held matched her dress beautifully. She looked wonderful. Her hair was up in a high ponytail with soft curls flowing down and around her face. Her headpiece was also adorned with roses and sat as a crown around her head. She had long flowing netted tulle serving to cover her face. She hadn't put the top layer over her face yet. She was going to allow her dad to do that but he hadn't come in yet. Her makeup had been done wonderfully by a makeup artist that she had hired just for this occasion, just as she had done with the hairstylist who did her hair. She just stood there smiling and staring. She could not believe how gorgeous she looked or that it was her wedding day.

"Holly," said a man's voice trembling, "you look so beautiful, my baby."

holly turned around to see her dad. Tears were starting to stream down his face as he smiled sweetly towards her. His eyes shone with happiness and sadness at the same time.

"Daddy, don't cry" said Holly, "you're going to make me cry and ruin my makeup." Holly was trying her best to hold back the tears. Seeing her dad always made her cry.

"Sorry honey," replied her father with a shaky voice. "I can't believe I'm going to give away my baby today. You're not going to only be mine after today. I'm going to have to share you. My little girl will be gone always after today."

"Daddy," softly whispered Holly, as she walked up to her dad to whip the tears away, "I'll always be your little girl. Marrying Sarah will not change things. I will always be your little girl no matter what. Once a daddy's little girl, always a daddy's little girl."

Tim, Holly's father, just smiled. She always knew what to say to him when he was crying. She was his cheer me upper when he needed her to be, which wasn't a lot. He made sure of that. 

"I want a picture of you two alone," said Holly's mother, Julie, just then.

Mary and Tim stood together. Holly's arm was through her father's as if he was about to walk her down the aisle. Both stood smiling. Tim kept taking glances at her through the corner of his eye.

"I can't believe my baby is all grown up and I'm giving her away today," thought Tim.

"Is everyone ready?" asked a tall blonde woman.

"Yes" everyone replied.

"Then its time to get the show on the road!" the woman excitedly said.

This woman was Christina, the woman Sarah and Holly had hired to help them put on their wedding day. Their special day was in her hands, the wedding coordinators hands. Sarah and Holly had no worries though. 
Holly and Tim walked towards the door that leads them to the door into the hallway. They walked up the hallway to the door that would allow them to enter into the church. Holly glanced at her father. She could tell he was holding back tears.

"Ready?" asked Katie, Holly's maid of honor.

"Absolutely," replied Holly with a wide smile on her beautiful painted face.

The music started and Holly's four bridesmaids walked down the aisle accompanied by their respected groomsmen. Katie was escorted by Luke, Sarah's best friend from way back. They had grown up together and were neighbors throughout their lives. Amber was being escorted down the aisle by, Johnny. She was in perfect hands, according to Luke. Kelly, was escorted down the aisle by Paul. Pamala, a mutual friend of the couple, was escorted down by another mutual friend of the couple, Tony.

The music soon changed from a beautiful processional music to hear comes the bride.

"It's time Daddy," Holly whispered to her father.

With a smile and a look at each other, they began to walk in unison down the aisle. Holly looked straight ahead. She wanted to see the beautiful man standing at the end of the aisle who would soon become her husband. Her smile grew even bigger. Sarah was gorgeous in her custom made black tuxedo. She was tall and beautiful, just like the first time she had met her.

"She's so beautiful," whispered Sarah to Luke.

"Now you know what I was talking about on my wedding day," replied Luke.

Sarah wiped tears from her eyes as she turned her attention back to her lovely bride that was walking towards him. It was everything she could do to not start crying. She smiled even more the closer she and Tim got to end of the aisle.

Soon, Tim and Holly had reached the end of the aisle. Holly was standing next to her fiancé, soon to be her wife. Her smile shone radiantly. Tears were slowly coming from her eyes as she filled with happiness. The tears of joy were hard to keep back.

"Good evening everyone," started the pastor. Holly handed her bouquet to Katie and turned towards Sarah. The pastor began to speak.

"Ladies and gentlemen, I welcome you to the wedding ceremony of Ms. Holly Jane Castworth to Ms. Sarah Julie Blockton. I am about to start the process to join these two in holy matrimony. If anyone does not think these two should be married, speak now or forever hold their peace."

Holly and Sarah turned towards their audience as well did their wedding party. They looked around. Not a sound could be heard. Sarah turned back to Holly and smiled. They both knew all was clear.

"Alright," said the pastor, "let's get this show on the road!"

Everyone laughed at that.

"Who gives this woman away?" asked the pastor.

"Her mother and I do," replied Tim. Tim turned towards Holly and kissed her. He put her veil back over her face, just as she had asked him to. She wanted to stay veiled throughout the ceremony and have her husband lift her veil when he went to give her their first kiss as a married couple.

"This is the day that matches all days in your lives, Holly and Sarah. It is the most wonderful day and the culmination of one relationship to begin a new. You two started out as friends, and then became girlfriend and girlfriend. Then you became an engaged couple and that ended the dating relationship. Today ends the engaged relationship. You end one relationship just to begin a new one. This new relationship is one of a married couple. You go forth from this day as a married couple, to support and love one another. To be caring, supportive and truthful to one another. You will have your ups along with your downs. You will have your good times along with your bad times. This has been a pattern among all the relationships you two have entered into together. Today starts the beginning of another one of these relationships. But this relationship is different then the ones you were in before. This relationship will last forever because the love you hold for one another lasts forever. You step into a committed relationship showing to the world how committed you are to one another. Marriage is a wonderful thing, but it is a relationship that you constantly have to work on throughout the rest of your lives. And it is now my pleasure to begin the vows and the exchanging of the rings that will bring you into your new relationship as husband and wife."

As the pastor spoke these words, Holly and Sarah looked deeply into each others eyes. This was the day they had been waiting for. It felt like an eternity would come before their day would come, but it had finally come. They would soon be husband and wife. Nothing could ever be compared to this day. They smiled to each other knowing that in just a few minutes, they will be wife and wife.

"Now first, we shall first ask if these two are willingly going into mairrage. Then I shall do the act of exchanging vows then the exchaning of the rings. These vows are very special to this couple. They decided to make up their own based on traditional wedding vows. These vows will first be said by me and each of you will repeat after me. Now, first, I shall have you, Mary, answer this question. Do you, Ms. Holly Jane Castworth to take Ms. Sarah Julie Blockton, as your lawfully wedded wife?"

"I do," responded Holly happily.

Turning towards Sarah, the pastor asked "Do you, Ms. Sarah Julie Blockton take Ms. Holly Jane Castworth to be your lawfully wedded wife?"

"I definitly do," responded Sarah merrily.

The audience laughed at his response.

"Good! Now onto the exchanging of the vows since we are all in agreement that this marriage ceremony should go forth. Now, these vows are very serious. So serious are they that you two have decided to write your own. They are beautiful and are based on traditional wedding vows taken by all married couples throughout the world. Now, I shall first ask you Holly to repeat these words after me while looking into your beloved eyes. Now turn and face each other."

Holly and Sarah turned towards one another. They looked deeply into one another's eyes. Their eyes glistened with happy tears. They smiled huge smiles that showed the love that they had for one another. The pastor turned towards Mary.

"I, Holly Jane Castworth, take you, Ms. Sarah Julie Blockton, ," said the pastor.

"I,Holly Jane Castworth, take you, Ms. Sarah Julie Blockton," said Holly.

"To be my wife."

"To be my wife."

"Through sickness and health, through richer and poorer."

"Through sickness and health, through richer and poorer."

"Till death do us part because we have lived through so much already."

"Till death od us part because we have lived through so much already."

"I love you with all of my heart and pledge these vows to you."

"I love you with all of my heart and pledge these vows to you."

"For all of eternity."

"For all of eternity."

Throughout saying her vows, Holly softly cried as she repeated those words to Sarah with her loving eyes looking deeply into her's.

The pastor turned to Sarah. It was now her turn to say her vows to Holly.

"I, Sarah Julie Blockton take you Holly Jane Castworth, take you," said the pastor.

"I, Sarah Julie Blockton take you Holly Jane Castworth," said Danny.

"To be my wife."

"To be my wife."

"Through sickness and health, through richer and poorer."

"Through sickness and health, through richer and poorer."

"Till death do us part because we have lived through so much already."

"Till death do us part because we have lived through so much already."

"I love you with all of my heart and pledge these vows to you."

"I love you with all of my heart and pledge these vows to you."

"For all of eternity."

"For all of eternity."

Sarah struggled to hold back the tears as she said her vows to Holly. She was so happy. She was finally going to be her wife after all these years.

"Now that the vows have been exchanged," spoke the pastor, "It is time to exchange the rings. These rings are the symbols of your love for one another. They are also the symbol of the commitment and the pledge of monogamy that you are pledging to one another. When you put these rings on one another's fingers, you put them there to show the world that you are in a committed relationship for all eternity. And now, it is my pleasure to go forth with the ring exchange part of the wedding ceremony. May I now have the rings?"

Katie and Luke produced the rings that they were holding. Each laid the rings that they were holding onto the pastor's bible. The pastor blessed the rings and then turned to Sarah. "Sarah take this ring and as you slowly repeat the words I say, slip it onto Holly's left ring finger."

Sarah took the ring that was for Holly off the bible. She took her left hand and slipped the ring onto the tip of Holly's left ring finger. She then looked up at the pastor waiting for the words that she would repeat as she slipped the ring fully onto Holly's finger.

"I, Sarah Julie Blockton give you Holly Jane Castworth," said the pastor.

"I, Sarah Julie Blockton give you Holly Jane Castworth, this ring," repeated Sarah, as she slipped Holyl's wedding ring onto her finger looking into her eyes deeply.

"As a symbol of my love."

"As a symbol of my love."

"And devotion."

"And devotion."

"For all eternity."

"For all eternity."

The pastor turned to Holly. "Now, Holly, do the same as Sarah just did."

Holly nodded at the pastor and smile. She took Sarah's wedding ring of the bible and then took her left hand. She slipped the ring onto the tip of Sarah's left ring finger.

"I, Holly Jane Castworth give you, Sarah Julie Blockton , this ring," said the pastor.

"I, Holly Jane Castworth give you, Sarah Julie Blockton , this ring" said Holly as she slipped Sarah's wedding ring onto her finger looking deeply into her eyes.

"As a symbol of my love."

"As a symbol of my love.

"And devotion."

"And devotion."

"For all eternity."

"For all eternity."

With that done, Holly and Sarah looked deeply into each others eyes with love. They both knew that they were finally woman and woman, wife and wife, joined for all eternity. They were so in loved and loved sharing this moment with everyone. They lost each other in each other's eyes, but were brought back to reality when the pastor spoke once again.

"The bride and bride have chosen to light a unity candle as a symbol of them coming together and joining two separate lives into one. At my right, is that unity candle that represents the unity that is their marriage. Will both the bride and bride's parents step up and light the individual candles that are on either side of the unity candle," said the pastor.

With this, both Sarah's and Holly's parents went up to the candle and lit the individual candles that stood next to the unity candle that was in the middle. After the candles were lit, both sets of parents stepped back to stand in front of their seats.

"Now, Holly, Sarah, go together and each one take one candle and bring it together to light the unity candle together. The bringing together of two individual flames into one symbolizes the uniting of two individual lives into one. Two separate lives, two separate personalities are uniting to become one entity, one being. Always remember this moment and remember that the unity candle symbolizes your choice to unite your love in marriage and to unite your lives in marriage. You may now go and together light the unity candle," said the pastor.

Holly and Sarah moved from where they were standing at the front of the aisle towards the candles. Each took a candle. Holly took the candle on the right while Sarah took the candle on the left. Together, they brought their individual candles together and united them as they lit the unity candle together. When the unity candle was lit, they set their candles down and smiled at one another. They took a hold of each others hands and walked back to the front of the aisle.

"Now, with this done," spoke the pastor with a huge smile on his face, "the process of uniting these two young people is completed. Through this ceremony, two separate lives and two separate people have united to become a couple, a married couple. They joined their love together in the symbol of marriage. It is now my pleasure, with the power invested in me by the to pronounce you wife and wife. Sarah, you may now kiss your bride!"

Sarah waited with no further instructions. She lifted Holly's veil and, with her arms around her waist, kissed her deeply, passionately, and lovingly. Holly kissed just as deeply back, sending her love for her through her kiss. Their audience erupted in applause and whistles as the couple kissed for the first time as a married couple.

When Holly and Sarah finished their first kiss, which did not last too long since they were in a church, they turned back towards the pastor. He instructed them to turn around and face the audience. Holly took her bouquet from Katie and stood with her arm through Sarah's, smiling radiantly. 

"It is now my pleasure to present to you," sang the pastor out loud, "for the very first time, Mrs. and Mrs. Sarah Julie Blockton !"

The audience erupted in applause. Sarah and Holly walked down the aisle towards the door that Holly had just walked through earlier as a bachlorette. When they got through the doors, they stepped aside and smiled at each other. They were finally married. The day they had waited for had finally come.

Holly noticed Sarah grinning. Holly asked " Why are you grinning?"

Sarah replied " I can't wait for the honeymoon"

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