I take a second before continuing to scan my surroundings, our friends from all around the world have gathered here, as well as loved ones and other.
The minister waits patiently at the the front of the church, amber glow from the wicked and lit candles glowing omniously from behind them. I gulp in a deep breath before continuing down the aisle, a nervous twitter shuddering throughout my body.
I walk up beside Adam, his face adorning a smile, sincere yet rattled with nervousness. I return similar.
"You look wonderful." He comments, voice jittery. "Oh, um, you too." I retaliate, a nervous beam cracking my face.
A harsh silence fell over the impatiently awaiting crowd, eager to meet the wedded couple.
"Shall we begin?" The minister asks, questioning grin and teeth glimering. I nodded slightly and quietly. "Yes."
"Very well." He continued, he cleared his throat, aswell as straighten his weeping back, a small crack being heard.
"Dearly beloved, we have gathered here today to meet the hands of two names, Adam, and Tyl-"
"Just Ty," I interrupted, a finger raised to silence him.
"Adam and Ty," He continued, "To join these two men in holy Matrimony; which is an honourable estate, instituted of God in Paradise, and into which holy estate these two persons present come now to be joined. Therefore if any man can show any just cause why they may not lawfully be joined together, let him now speak, or else hereafter for ever hold his peace."
He paused, not a sound to be heard but the light blow of wind against the wooden walls.
"May partner and partner exchange the rings?"
We turned around to face towards the audience waiting in the pews, and infront of us a was a small wooden table, 2 silver rings in a dark onyx box. We each took a ring between finger and thumb, hands lightly shaking, but we each managed to slip them on to eachother's ring digit.
"I now prenouce you husband and... other husband." He said, a light touch of humor in his voice. Light giggles arose from the surrounding but quickly died to a hush.
"You may now kiss the groom." He finished, standing back with a pleased look. I closed my eyes and our lips touched, the last thing I saw was Sarah in the background, happy tears rolling down her face.
I leaned back, nothing but a pleased look adorning both me and my boyfr-
Husband's face. Happy cheers and esthtatic euphoria erupted from the crowd down below, embraces being thrown and congratulations tossed around.
We both smiled, exchanging glances and wrapping our hands together in a mesh of embrace.
We both stepped down from the 'high and mighty' pedestal, walking down towards the crowd, ringed fingers entangled in a new light. I couldn't help but beam in pure enjoyment, I finally married the man I loved.
Greeted with so many nice comments, bombarded with friendly gestures and so much more.
Finally being able to greet ones we haven't met in a long time, it was absoulutely wonderful.
But, I couldn't help but notice something was... wrong.
There was one voice in particular I couldn't pick out among the crowd, it had vanished, melted into air.
Sarah was no where to be found.
Sorry for not updating the other day, computer got taken away.