A/N: It's finally done! I cannot believe that I completed this whole thing. I know the epilogue is short, but it was time for the story to end. It needed to end. I have a new short story coming out, and I'm going to start on the vampire story next. So look out!
We lived happily ever after. The end.
I hope you didn't take that seriously. Come on, knowing me and Duncan you have to realize that our relationship would never be that smooth. We're always going to fight about things; it doesn't matter how trivial they are, but I wouldn't change it for anything.
Vanessa, our number one fan from day one, smiled when she heard the news. She told me that she knew we would end up together, it was destiny. Please let me note, that those are her words and not mine. She's still roaming about looking for poor unsuspecting men to mess around with, but that will always be her.
Brent and I are still not talking. He was rather upset about the whole thing, and I understand that. I don't think we'll ever be able to go back to what we were and, I just have to deal with that. It's not too bleak though, he still acknowledges me in school and when we see each other it's not awkward. Not to mention, he's talking to Lydia again. I now fully support that decision. He'll come around eventually.
Our families, while not being completely oblivious to our situation, have accepted our relationship as I knew they would. That wasn't even a problem in the beginning; they were the least of our worries.
Duncan. It's strange how things can change in just two months. I remember when I loathed and detested that name. I sneered at his presence, and now I can't get enough of him. I know we'll never be that perfect couple you see walking down the street, but that wouldn't be us. We'll never go a day without arguing about something and I like that. There will never be a dull moment between us. I don't even want to know what it will be like when he leaves for college.
As for me I've changed. I'm glad for it, because I know what I want and I've learned a lot about myself. I've grown up and maybe confrontation isn't so bad. Bring on life, because I'm ready for it now.
And to think, a stupid bet started this whole thing.