Same Silly Boy & Same Sweet Girl for BooBear96Replies: 248 / 2 years 323 days 14 hours 59 minutes 30 seconds
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[center [i There’s always a story to tell. From beginning to end which marks the day that they fell. Sweet young girl and silly boy both put under a spell that was unparalleled.]]
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[center [b *Note: This is based upon Tim McGraw’s song “Don’t Take the Girl”]]
[center [#9251c1 Muse A as a child was the type that thought girls were icky and gross. Wanted nothing to do with them. So when his father invited Muse B, a little girl from down the road to go camping he threw a fit. Asked his father if they could take ANYONE but her to which his father told him no. Even said that in time feelings would begin to grow, just to wait and to see.]]
[center [#9251c1 That had been when Muses A and B were about seven or eight. Over the years and many pushes by Muse A’s father the two began to form a bond. One might have even compared them to Bonnie and Clyde. Where one went the other was sure to follow.]]
[center [#9251c1 On one of their dates, Muse B’s eighteenth birthday to exact the two had gone to a show. They had laughed and talked of a future without a care in the world. And the night seemed perfect or did until they left the theatre and were stopped by a couple gunmen who took hold of the girl. The boy begged that they take anything but just not the girl. The gunmen did, leaving the young couple alive but scared.]]
[center [#9251c1 Five years passed and Muses A and B moved away from the quaint little town they had grown up in. They went to college and promised to keep in touch. Promised to keep their relationship. But we all know how things turn out and little by little they began to drift apart. ]]
[center [#9251c1 As Muse A and Muse B seemed to think of their history, Muse A’s father died. And so both were called back to town for the funeral.]]
[center [#9251c1 It’s the first they had seen the other in years. They get to talking and it’s as if all the years melt away. Can they stay this way and rekindle an old flame? Or are they destined to forever be apart?]]
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He had not really had much to do with the reception. That had been mostly Cori, their wedding planner, and their mothers. But the man had to admit they did a damn fine job. It turned out the be more than he could have ever hoped for or thought it could be. And as cliché as it sounded, the receptions was something out of one of the old fairytales he had read to him as a little boy and still liked to revisit from time to time. Just now he and Cori weren't just reading or seeing it, they were living it. What made it better was seeing how brightly Cori shined with her happiness.
[b "I love you too. Forever and always Mrs. Chamberlin."] Travis said softly to her as the two of them had been all but ushered to the dance floor, his one hand in hers and the other at her waist. And the man couldn't help the soft chuckle that slipped past his lips at her words. He knew that she had been dead serious in them. [b "Only one regret that I do have. Being so hardheaded and not marrying you sooner. But god had other plans for us and here we are. Finally have the life we were meant to."] He said as they danced and he nodded. [b "Not a fault...want to remember this day. Was only giving you a little hell."]
His words had been his last as his momma came up to them and her daddy dragged Cori off to dance. He looked to the envelope that had been pressed into his hands and did give her a stare. Their parents knew that they hated surprises, but his momma only told him five words "Don't open it until later" before she was asking him for a dance as well.
Travis had the dance with his mother and was waiting only a few minutes for Cori to come back to him. And when she did, Travis only shook his head. [b "No...all she told me was we weren't to open it until we got back to the hotel after the reception."] He said as he just managed to hand the envelope over to Coir as they were ushered over to everyone for a photo of EVERYONE together. It was that and then things were really going to get started.
Four hours, it had been four hours before everyone was tired out and only he and Cori were left at the venue. He had forgotten how much their friends and families liked to party and knew that there would be a major foot ache to contend with later. But it would be more than worth it.
His arms found their way around her and he pulled her close, kissing her. [b "I think this is the first of many best days. So I'll say best day of my life so far."] He said as his forehead rested against hers. All they had left for the night was to go to the hotel and to enjoy the other and... [b "Hey Cors wanna open that envelope while we wait for the car to come and get us?"] He asked since for some reason they had decided on a limo. But then why the hell not? Only got married once, right?
Their reception was better than she could've ever imagined. Their wedding planner, along with their mothers had truly gone above and beyond. She didn't think that anything would ever be able to top this night.
[b "I love you."] she said as they were all but ushered to the dance floor for their first dance as Husband and Wife. [b "It just took us a little longer than it should've to get to the alter.. Though I don't think I would trade it for anything. I wouldn't trade anything that we went through.."] she mumbled as she rested her head against his chest, smiling as she listened to his heartbeat. [b "That might be my fault... Between her and the photographer and Videographer, I told them all that I wanted every single moment captured."]
She looked up as Mrs. Chamberlin walked over to them, but she was pulled to the dance floor by her Father and she just grinned. [b "What did you guys do?"] she asked as she watched Travis, trying to read his face.
After her dance with her Father, she made her way back to Travis. [b "What was it that your Mother handed you? I just seen an envelope. Did you open it?"] she questioned. Their photographer then ushered them and their guests for one massive photo together before the party really got started. Their friends like to party, that was for sure.
Four hours and one massive footache later, their reception was over and it was just Travis and herself left at the venue. Everyone had gone home. There was nothing left to do except go to their hotel and enjoy each other. [b "This has been the best day of my entire life."] she told Travis as she sipped on her water.
How long had be been waiting for this moment? Since the day he asked her out and knew that she was the one. There had been something special about her. A bond that he had never expected to feel and one that seemed to only deepen with time. And now, now was the day that she was going to be his wife, his queen, his everything. He couldn't be more happy to finally have her as his.
As soon as she rounded the corner with her father, Travis found his heart leaping into his throat and he couldn't take his eyes off her. Good god, the man had always found her to be beautiful, but seeing her now she looked the most beautiful that he had ever seen her look. He didn't want to show his emotions. Didn't want to cry, but he could not stop the tears from prickling at the corners of his eyes, hand slowly taking hers when it had been rested in his by her father.
[b "You look beautiful.."] He whispered to her, fully turning to look into her eyes as she looked up at him. And her vows made him almost lose it there. Let his tears go, but he managed not to cry. [b "I knew you were the woman for me since the first time we met. That day we were paired together in math class when I couldn't get what was going on. And I knew I wanted to marry you from our second date onward. Never could I stop loving you. Everyday we were apart I kicked myself for it. But now we're getting married and have the rest of our lives to be together. I promise to love you with everything I am until the day I die. I promise to be your person from today until forever."] Came his own words. And everyone of them he meant.
After they were announced as husband and wife, Cori got her wish of them having ten minutes just them in the garden alone just the two of them. He actually was more that thankful for them because he needed to be able to regain himself. Her arm tucked in his as they walked calmed him all the more. [b "It's always suited you. More than happy that you're now officially my wife. Like I told you up there in front of everyone... I have wanted you since the moment we met."] He said, glancing to her.
But all too soon their ten minutes were up and they were being told to come and join everyone inside. It was time for their first dance as husband and wife. [b "I love you Cori."] He whispered as they danced and her parents and his mother were taking pictures of them. [b "Though I might have to kill mom for the pictures."] Travis teased her as the flashes seemed unending.
And when the dance was over, his mother came to them and handed them an envelope. [i "This comes from all of us. It's for your honeymoon. But you can't open it until tonight and after everyone goes home after the reception."] His mother told them as Cori's father stole her away for the father-daughter dance.
It was finally here, her wedding day. She was marrying the love of her life in front of their friends and family, in their hometown. Practically everyone from their town had been invited. Their families were well known, so it wasn’t surprising.
When she and her Father rounded the corner and her eyes settled on Travis, all the emotions hit her. She had told herself that she was not going to get emotional, but that was out the window now. She held back the sobs as her Father passed her hand from his to Travis’s. [b “I love you, daddy.”] she said softly as she leaned up and kissed his cheek. She grinned as she turned to face Travis.
[b “I have loved you since I was sixteen. From the first second of our first date, I knew you were my one. I knew I had found the home for my heart.”] she said. [b “I truly believe that it was love at first sight. No matter what we went through. The stupid high school fights, arguing about what we would do that weekend, arguing about college... To moving away, you were always in my heart. Always. And then last year, we found each other again.. Travis James, I promise to tolerate football Sunday’s, because we all know I’ll be screaming at the tv right next to you. I promise to always have dinner on the table after the fall harvests. Even for John. I promise to always go out during calving season with you. Even when it’s two am. I promise to always tell you about the calf or horse I bought, after I get it in the barn. I promise to love you forever and always. I promise to always be there. From this day forward, I promise to be your person.”] Her body shivered with a sob as she finally looked up to meet Travis’ eyes with her own.
The only untraditional thing that Cori wanted, was ten minutes alone with Travis right after the ceremony. They would have their big send off after the reception. She just wanted ten minutes with her new husband. The photographer was the only one who was allowed in the garden as they decompressed. She looked down at her rings as they walked, her arm was tucked into his arm. [b “We’re married. I’m officially Mrs. Cori Chamberlin.. I think it rolls off the tongue quite nicely. Don’t you?”] she asked.
[b “Mrs. Chamberlin. It’s time we get you two to your reception.”] The wedding planner came and told them.
He had not been able to sleep the night before. Nerves and excitement all rolled into one. It was the day he had been waiting for since jounior high. The day his daddy had always told him would come. From the time he and Cori met, they had been glued at the hip. Best friends and on to dating...sure they had their bumo in the road, but his daddy always said they were soulmates and would find their way back to the other. And they did...just the man had always thought the day would go just a little differently. He had thought that both his parents would be there on the day that he married the love of his life. Well they were...he knew that...
The hours flew by. The chatting the drinks and even some of the stupid pranks. But all in all, the day had been good and he knew that the afternoon would be even better. He couldn't wait to see Cori in her dress and looking like his own personal angel. Because that was what she was.
At the alter, Travis stood with his cousin John and was bouncing slightly. [#31b50d "Calm down..in a few minutes y'all will be married.."] John muttered to him. Travis was about to reply but the music started and the doors at the back opened go reveal Cori and her daddy. Though the moment he saw her, Travis could not take his eyes from her. She looked even more beautiful than he could have ever imagined and tears came to his eyes.
The moment she was beside him, his hand moved into hers. [b "You look beautiful, Cori...are you ready to start the next chapter?"] He whispered to her, with a smile.
[the next day]
Today was the day. It was the day that she had been dreaming about since she was a little girl. She was marrying her soulmate and they were having the wedding of their dreams. Everything was going to be perfect. She was going to be Mrs. Travis Chamberlin in less than six hours and she could not wait.
Both of their Mothers were with her and her bridesmaids while her Father was with Travis. She knew he must be upset because Mr. Chamberlin wouldn't be here to see their big day, but she knew that he was watching them from above. He was going to have his own seat next to Travis' Mothers in memory. They were also having a moment of silence in their ceremony. She wanted both Travis and his Mother to feel like Mr. Chamberlin was still apart of their wedding.
The next few hours went by so fast. They all laughed and cried, and sipped on wine. Her nerves were flying every which way. But she knew as soon as she seen Travis all the nervousness would slip away. Their Mother's cried as she walked out in her dress. She had a first look with them as well as her Father.
She was walking down the isle to Dan and Shays Speechless, the acoustic version. Her heart fluttered as she and her Father turned and began walking. [b "Don't let me fall, Daddy."] she whispered as she opened her eyes and seen Travis.
[b "You didn't think that I would be comin', darlin'? I made you a promise and like you said, finally we're getting married. I think we waited too damn long for this daybto come."] Travis found himself whispering against her lips as she all but melted into his arms and returned the kiss that he had pulled her into. God how he had missed this woman and now she would finally be his and after the next day they would neber have to worry about being apart again. [b "I love you too, Cors. Always have."]
He knew that she may have thought his question as a tease. But he meant it. He had not seen her in nearly a week and in that time she had seemed to become even more gorgeous. Which was humanely impossible because she was the most beautoful woman he had seen in his life. But maybe it was the fact that she would be his wife that made her seem more beautiful and made him ask if she had become so. [b "Never again. I'm lookin' forward to starting the rest of our lives together. And I love you too.."]
The long way back, she had taken him up on that request. And god he was mighty happy for that. They were SUPPOSED to get back as soon as they could but had managed to talk their parents into "allowing" a late lunch between just the two of them before having to be separated again. [b "Actually I was thinkin' to build our own and to do more of the farming and ranch house idea. We both love wide open spaces and it would give us plenty of room for animals, kids that look like both of us..and just our own place. We can start looking as soon as you like..though I might know of a place."] Travis said. And then he did back track to her quesrion that had been posed before. [b "Too damn lonely without you. Felt like I was a lost puppy."] He muttered and kissed her cheek, a hand moving to her thigh and giving a gentle squeeze.
[b "Oh my goodness. I am so glad that you're actually here."] she said softly as she just lanigushed the feeling of bein in his arms again. [b "We're getting married tomorrow."] she said as in disbelief. She all but melted into him when he pulled her in for a deep kiss. [b "I love you."] she said with the biggest smile on her face.
[b "I know. Tomorrow night we'll be together and they can never tell us no ever again."] she said. [b "Tomorrow is the start of the rest of our lives."] She couldn't help but blush as she heard his question about her getting more beautiful. [b "You're so sweet. I love you."] she said softly.
Soon enough they were in Cori's jeep and they had begun to make their way back to White Peak. She had indeed taken the long way so they could get more time together, and they had plans to stop somewhere for a late lunch. [b "So. How was Seattle without me?"] she questioned. [b "I felt so lost in White Peak without you."] she said honestly.
[b "I've also been looking at homes and ranches for sale... I can't find anything that catch my eye at all or that would even slightly work for us... We want a ranch right? That way we can take the horses with us... Or do you want to live closer to a town?"] she questioned. They could always leave their horses at their parents, but then they wouldn't necessarily have land of their own to let them run. [b "I'm honestly open to both, although if it was left just up to me, I think we could look into building something.. Farmhouse, Stable.. Land for lots of animals and babies that look like you."] she smiled softly [b "White picket fence."]
Almost eleven months to the day since he had asked Cori to marry him. And since everything had seemed almost like heaven. Well kind of since they had been in Searrle the last ten months. Never did there seem a dull moment, but he missed back home. He missed Montana. But they had to keep to Seattle until her teaching contact and in that time he found one of the best law firms to work for. Not because he was ingerested in the money, but more for the practice and experience. It had actually surprised those who had been there longer how well he did and much he really knew. The new "rising star" they called him. Not that he minded the name, just made him want to be careful in some cases. More so he did not become the kind of lawyer or person he hated.
Cori and their mothers had been planning most of the planning. He was actually surprised with how much they had been able to do with the phone calls and the video chatting. As much as he wanted to help and tried, Travis did. But he did overly leave it to Cori and their mothers plan. He wanted for it to be peefect and eveeything she wanted. He cared, but truly they could do one of those court weddings and he would be hapoy. All he wanted was for the woman he loved to FINALLY be his wife. They had only wanted this since they were children.
They had only been apart for the week and that had felt like a lifetime. They would still have to be after she picked him up from the airport..but at least they would have those minutes together. Her voice had caught him and before he knew it, Travis had his arms full of Cori and was he was being kissed all over his face. [b "Hey darlin'. God I missed you too.."] The man said laughing at all the kisses and kissed all over her face before pulling her into a deep kiss. One he had been dying to be able to give her since the day she had left.
[b "God I love you and can't wait for us to be married. Then our mommas can't say no to being together."] The comment about their mothers was meaning the whole "the bride and groom can't see the other before the wedding" superstition.
When he pulled back, Travis had his bag over his shoulder and let his eyes drink her in. [b "Is it possible for you to become even more beautiful since the last time I saw you?"] He asked as an arm wrapped around her waist and he pulled her closer and kissed her head. [b "Think we could get away with taking the long way back? I still want a little longer with my soon to be wife.."]
It had been eleven months since Travis has proposed. They had been living in Seattle for ten months now, and as much as she loved the city, she was ready to move back home. They had agreed that they were moving back to Montana after her teaching contract was up, Travis was working at one of the best Law Firms in Seattle for the time being, really to just gain experience. She had been looking at plots of land and even houses in their hometown, nothing really ever got sold there, and nothing was catching her eye. She was hoping she could talk Travis into building. If they started right after their wedding, it would be finished by the time they moved back.
She had been back in Montana for a week, she and their mothers were working on last minute wedding details, since the wedding was that Saturday. Travis was flying down. Her girlfriends all loved Montana, it truly was special. She was picking Travis up from the airport and then her mother made her promise that she was coming back to the farmhouse, something about how the bride and groom aren’t supposed to the see each other before the night of the wedding.
While Travis gave his opinion on a lot, and he helped with whatever she needed, he had really let her the the reins in planning their wedding, she’d only been planing this since she was a little girl. Her Mother and Mrs. Charmberlin were thrilled when she’d asked for there help. It was hard planning a wedding in a different state, they’d helped so much. It had been six days since she seen Travis and she was practically miserable. She hated being away from him. It was a good thing he was flying in today. She felt like she was slowly going crazy. Her mother and Mrs. Charmberlin helped with everything that they could, but she was becoming overwhelmed and Travis was the only one that could calm her down. It had always been like that
She could hardly contain her smile as her eyes landed on Travis as he walked through the airport. [b “Travis!”] she squealed as she ran up to him and wrapped her arms around him. [b “I missed you. I love you.”] she said as she planted kissed all over his face, not a care in the world that other people could see them. It had been a week since she had seen him and that was like a complete lifetime to her. [b “I missed you so much.”]
And again the man found himself chuckling when Cori reminded him of his mother's old threats. He knew it was her way to tell him that she believed he would have gotten a good beating if he had not let the woman help him. [b "So you remember those whipping threats as much as I do then?"] Came his teasing words as he continued to whisk her around the dance floor.
Dancing and just spending time with her were things the man could never tire of. He knew that many others wouldn't be caught dead. Or that they would called him "whipped". But to him it was loving his gal and he wouldn't have it any other way. [b "Love you too, darlin'."] Travis said with a smile as he dipped her, flashes going off again. Their mommas no doubt. But hey, wasn't everyday your children got engaged OR that they saw Travis and Cori. So he guessed he could forgive them. That and he knew Cori would want the memories of the night..and he would too.
[b "Glad you like the idea. And call it whatever you want. Just want you happy and for us to finally settle down like we wanted all that time ago.."] He whispered and kissed her. [b "Mrs.Chamberlin has the most beautiful ring to it.."] The man corrected with a wink.
And after the dance, Travis did lead her back to their mommas who were gushing about how they were all grown up and going to get married. "Cori you HAVE to let us help you with planning." Both their mothers said to her.
She couldn’t help but giggle when Travis his Momma would’ve beat him something fierce, he definitely wasn’t wrong about that. [b “She threatened to whip us some many times growing up.”] she said.
She couldn’t hold back her smile as Travis whisked her around the dance floor. Most men wouldn’t be caught dead dancing with their lady, but Travis was different in so many ways. She knew she’d found a good one. [b “I love you.”] she said right before they dipped. She could see the camera flashes out of the corner of her eye again, so she knew their mommas were at it again.. But she was thankful. She would have to get copies printed out.
She looked up at Travis when he spoke about moving back after her contract was up. He was right, their small town needed a good lawyer, sometime they knew and trusted. [b “I think that is a perfect idea.”] she said. [b “Chamberlin Flowers or Chambler B&B?”] she said with a grin. [b “Mrs. Chamberlin has a nice ring to it too.”]
[b "Momma knew I wanted to be able to ask you to marry me. And she wanted to help. So you know couldn't turn her down on that. She would have beat me somethin' fierce."] The man said with a chuckle. But he did give her a nod. [b "Most of it was planned on my own and going back through old pictures we had saved on those old online accounts we had. Never could bring myself to delete them and now happy as hell never did."]
As soon as the young woman, his soon to be wife took his hand, Travis pulled her to the dance floor with him. The particular song was special, the one they danced to on grad night. And just even before that had been a favourite of theirs. Their song they had called it and he well thought it would be appropriate even now.
[b "Actually had been wanting to ask you about that..maybe we can move back when your contract it up. Town here needs a new lawyer..and well maybe couldaways do the flower shop and bed and breakfast you wanted? Or I think a new teacher here was needed. Promise not rushing you...but just had looked into some of it necause I know we both love it here and will miss it."] He said as he spun her out and then back to him, holding her close.
Mrs Chamberlin and her Mother practically squealed with delight as they realized that their babies were finally going to get married. Of course, they knew all along that one day they would find their way back to one another.
Cori couldn’t wipe the small off her face even if she wanted too. She listened to Mrs Chamberlins comment about how a proposal should’ve happened way sooner. [b “I think we were meant to go through all of our struggles before we found our way back.”] she said softly. She snuggled into Travis as they walked back to the party. [b “This was the best surprise ever... Did you plan it all?”] she questioned.
She watched as Travis held out his hand once they were back. This venue was like a complete dream. It was so beautiful. [b “Of course.”] she said as she took his hand and let him pull her to the dance floor. [b “You know my contract with Bellevue is up in two school years...”] she said [b “Maybe we actually could move back?”]
Since they met again, everything just fell back into place. The broken pieces mended and life felt like it had a meaning again. He may have lost his father, but he had gained back the woman he had loved and lost. And when they had reconnected, they started where they had left off. Even sailed forward and he could not ask for more. Well he could... For her to be his wife. The party had been his excuse to ask but also because he knew they would want to say "goodbye" to everyone too.
[b "I do have to thank you, Cors. You could have told me no.. or you weren't ready to take this step yet. The fact that you are.. That is what has made me so happy. And I was put here to love you too. I love you with everything that I am."]
The flashes that came had him blinking. He had asked for time, but it seemer their mothers thought they had enough of that. [b "I know they do. But could have waited for us to come back on our own."] The man said, giving a faint pout.
As soon as Cori showed them the ring and told them she, well they were getting married, their mothers hugged her. They hugged him too. "We wondered when he would be asking. He should have WAY sooner." Mrs.Chamberlin scolded, lovingly.
Travis' arm was around her waist and he kissed her head. He was happy, but felt the pang of his father missing..Yet he was sure the man was there. [b "It looks like we will be. But didn't we both say we didn't really want to leave either?"] Came soft words as they began back to the party.
It was when they got back, did Travis hild a hand out to her. [b "Dance with me?"] He asked with a smile.
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