21. I Do.... Part 2
Disclaimer: I do not own austin and ally
As I watched ally run out, I saw two empty chairs sitting next to eachother. I then knew why she ran out. "Um, I'm just gonna go find her." I said to the officiant and then to the audience. And then I ran out of there only to find Ally sitting on the ledge of the place crying. I walked over to her and sat down next to her. She noticed because she leaned her head on my shoulder. I rubbed her back to calm her down. When she calmed down, I talked. "You ok?" She just shook her head. "Look. Don't let those empty chairs phase you. Their not coming back. It's either live your life or die alone. And trust me, your parents would want you to be happy. And I know you want to be too." "I know." Ally said, getting up. She continued. "I just always wanted my parents to be there for my graduation and my wedding and my funeral and my wake. And now they're not. I just wanted them to be. But you're right. I should go on with my life. My parents would want me to be happy and to live the rest of my life while I'm still young. I don't think they would want me to be unhappy because of them. I'm ready to go out there and say 'I do'." She said. "You sure?" "Yeah." She answered. I gave her a quick hug and went back inside.
When I got back on stage, I looked over and Ally was walking towards the stage. "Are you ready?" The officiant asked. "Yes. I 'untime' this wedding." Ally said with a smile. "Ok then. Let's try this again." He said as Ally walked in front of me, again.
"Do you, Austin Monica Moon, take this beautiful young woman to be your lovely wedded wife, to have and to hold, through sickness and in health, do you part?" "I do." " Ok." He turned to Ally. "Do you, Allyson Marie Dawson, take this handsome young man to be your lovely wedded husband, to have and to hold, through sickness and in health, do you part?" Ally looked over at the audience with a smile on her face and then she turned back to me. "I do." She said with a bigger smile on her face, if that was possible! I smiled too. "Very well, then." The officiant spoke. "I now pronounce you husband and wife, you may now kiss the bride." He said. So I did. I took Ally by her waist and kissed her very hard. She put her arms around my neck and kissed hard too. We forgot everyone was there just for a few seconds, until the officiant spoke again. "I announce, for the first time ever, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Moon!" We stopped kissing at the word 'and' and we both smiled at 'Mr. and Mrs.'. "I've always wanted to hear that." I say, staring into Ally's eyes. "Me too." Ally agrees, also looking into my eyes. "Hey, now you have parents." I remembered. "Oh, yeah. So now they're the old king and queen and now we are." Ally said, fixing my tux. "Yep!" I answer. She just smiled and I stepped off the stage while putting my hand out only to find Ally grabbing it. We then walked down the stage. No one heard our 1 minute conversation, so we were safe to talk about our honeymoon. Which, we hadn't talked about yet. I started it off. "So, where are we going for our honeymoon?"