Epilogue...

Devlin and I did get married the next day in Vegas, just the twoBwell, three, actually four, of us. Instead of doing things the supernatural way, we booked the first flights over there and got married right when we walked off the plane. Yes, we did walk out of the hospital without any questions.

My aunts and uncles were shocked when we showed up to tell them we had gotten married a few days later. They were even more shocked to find out that we were expecting a baby. It took a few months, but everybody got used to having Dev around.

I worked at the Embassy until a few weeks before my due date. We decided to move back to the States right before the babies were born so I could be around my family. We found a nice house in the mountains within an hour of Aunt Sully and Uncle Franks house. I applied for a job as a lecturer and researcher at a university and got the job there, but I plan on returning to international diplomacy in a few more years.

And now the babies. Yes, we had two babies instead of just one baby. Twins. A boy and a girl. Of course, I was right, our little girl came out two minutes before her brother. They came a good week after their due date. Big and loud, but luckily, no wings. We named them Calista Madison, and Damien Matthew. They have Devlins beautiful blue eyes, but Calista has my temperament while Damien is more calm like Dev. Its okay because theyre the cutest, sweetest, best babies in the world, but I might be a bit bias.

I have never been so happy in my life. Dev continues to write, but he helps out with the babies a lot. Hes such a good dad and a wonderful husband. He makes my world go round. So, I guess its true what they say, AIf you love somebody, let them go, for if they return, they were always yours...


Aw, I love happy endings! Thanks for reading and reviewing, you guys are the best. I've been reading a few stories and the authors are like, "I'm not happy because I only got four reviews last time!" Well, unlike them, I'm grateful for all my reviews, even if I only get one.

Sequel? Maybe. I'm working on something else right now...

Anyways…my school, Appalachian State University, is going to the NCAA I-AA National Championships in Chattanooga (for football) against UMass (I think). I sat and watched them play Youngstown State for a spot for four and a half hours in below freezing temperatures. The game was excellent (49-17), but the cold was not so good. I'm sick now! WAH! But it's okay. I think I might go to Chattanooga – ASU GO FOR TWO! Watch it on either ESPN or ESPN2 if you're in the States on Friday! (12/15/06).