26. I Do...... Part 7
Disclaimer: I do not own austin and ally
It was the middle of the night when I heard crying. I woke up and I saw that ally was sleeping right there next to me. It was ally. Ally. Crying. In the middle of the night. While she's sleeping. On our honeymoon. On new years eve. Uh, oh. What's wrong now?
I start shaking her. "Ally, wake up. Stop crying. It's just a dream. Wake up. C'mon, it's new years eve. Sweety, wake up. Ally!" I whisper, still shaking her. She wouldn't wake up. She just kept crying. I shook her harder. By the 5th shake on that turn, she woke up, startled. She went back to crying and hugged me by the waist. "Are you ok?" I ask, looking down at ally while moving hair out of her face. "Yeah, it's just, I had a dream." She said. "Ally, you're not Martin Luther King Jr. And you're right, it was a dream, so you're ok." I say.
"Yeah, but-" a tear fell down her face and I wiped it away. "Do you want to tell me what it was about?" I ask. "Sure." Ally said, calming down. Then she positioned herself towards me and I rested my hand on her hand that was on her lap. She continued. "My dream was about how, (she gulped), your parents-" "Our parents." I interrupted/corrected. She ignored and proceeded. "and you left me for someone better. And, (she gulps again), I had to go back to foster care and, (gulp), some guy who, turned out to be a kidnapper, adopted me, and he brought me to a shack and killed me." She started to cry. I was about to say something but she interrupted me, again. "I would actually be ok with someone killing me if any of this happened because my life would be bad enough that people would want me to die. I bet you and your- our parents would probably want to leave me anyway. So what's the point of living through that?" She says. I give her an unexpected hug that she right away excepted.
"It's ok. We would never do anything like that. It was just a bad dream." I say, trying to comfort her. "More like a nightmare." I hear over my shoulder. "It's ok. I'm never gonna go anywhere. You hear me? NEVER!" I say and she calms down. I think she's feeling a bit better already.