I have an idea. It’s not on your list but I know you can do it. Ty and Zane family wedding that Mara and Beverly planned. Please!!

Posted: January 16, 2016 in Uncategorized
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stilesisbi-au:

Can it still be classified as a “ficlet” when it surpasses 2400 words? Because that’s what this monstrosity ended up doing.

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Everything
was white.

That was
the first thought that popped into Zane’s head as he stared out of the window,
over the field that had been decked out for wedding. White flowers, white
chairs, white carpets, white tables.

Everything
was just so damned white.

He shouldn’t
have been surprised, though. After all, when his mother was in charge of
planning a big event, he should have expected something extremely traditional.
Even though the wedding was about as untraditional in the state of Texas as it
could possibly be.

Had someone
told Zane two years ago that his mother would have planned his second wedding –
where he would marry a man, no less – he would have laughed in their
face and most likely assumed they were completely insane. But then again, two
years ago, Beverly Carter Garrett hadn’t been introduced to Mara Grady.

Harrison
hadn’t been joking when he’d said that Beverly and Mara had done a lot of
talking during those days in which the Gradys had been kept at the
Carter-Garrett ranch for protection. Mara Grady could talk sense into just
about everyone, that much had been proven when she’d successfully convinced
Beverly that the two of them should arrange a proper family wedding for their
two sons.

Despite his
mother’s progress, a part of Zane had always believed that his mother was never
actually going to go through with planning the wedding, so when he’d received a
phone call two months ago, where his mother announced that she and Mara were so
far into their planning that they needed Ty and Zane to give them a date for
the wedding.

Zane had
been so surprised that he’d nearly fallen off his chair.

However, they’d found a date, and now, two months later, the day had arrived.

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