6.6 – The Road to The Wedding

We got out of The Other World and back to Wings and The Road to The Wedding as fast as we could.

“Nobody saw that, right?” I said.

“I don’t think so,” she said.

I told her how it was just like the force the other time I was in The Other World.

“Yes!” she said. “I remember one time not too long ago when I was in my AngelNest, and suddenly I got pulled away by a mysterious force.”

“Maybe there’s some kind of physical reaction that happens between us whenever we’re both in The Other World.”

“I agree,” Faith said. “It’s probably not safe there anymore. If any Gods were nearby there’s no way they wouldn’t notice something like that.”

Then Faith started crying.

“It’s Alright, Faith,” I gave her some IAB!.

“Thank you,” she said, “but I don’t know if it is.”

“Why not?”

“Because now I know that I’m completely and totally and entirely and fully in Love with you.”

“I now know I’m in Love with you that much, too.”

“I don’t want to spend a moment away from you. I want to go on all your Travels. I want to go to The Wedding. I even put on this awesome gold dress, pretending like I was.”

“It looks really good. It like how shiny it is.”

“Thanks, and I like how Professorial your Wedding Uniform is.”

“Thanks.”

“But how are we ever going to get away with this?”

“I don’t know. Are you saying we shouldn’t be together?”

“No, we can’t do that. We hafta be with each other. I’m not sure how yet, but we definitely can’t be together at a Reality Traveler’s Wedding that will be watched by other Angels and even The Goddess of Love.”

“I understand.”

“We’re already getting dangerously close as it is. I probably should go.”

“Let’s just give each other as much It’s Alright, Baby! as possible before you go.”

“Alright,” she said.

Then we pulled over to a New Jersey rest stop and held each other quietly in the parking lot.

“I TrueLove you,” she said.

“I TrueLove you,” I said.

“We’re in True Love. I know it, and that means everything will have to be Alright, Baby in the end.”

“Alright.”

Then she gave me one last big kiss on the lips, and then she hadta sprout her wings and launch into the sky, and I could hear her crying as she flew thru the sun once again.

Then I suddenly realized I hadta go to The Wedding all alone.

“New Realities,” I sighed.