Once upon a time, in the Autumn of 2006 to be specific, a young woman named Lily lived in the village of Overland. Lily had been working hard at a school for younglings. While she loved her school and the younglings she helped teach, it became apparent that school was not the right place for her. Having been trained in the theatrical arts, Lily felt she should grace the stage once again and take advantage of her set-aside talents. Fortunately, a mischievous imp, no doubt influenced by the fates, sent word to Lily that he was directing a play, and he would like none other than herself to perform in it. Realizing this was just what she needed, she accepted the imp's offer.
Not far away, in St. John's land, a young man named Jason moved into town. Jason had recently graduated from a school where the practice of law is taught. Jason had used his learned skills in various capacities, and while the law provided a decent career and a fair wage, he realized there was a piece of himself that was not being exercised. You see, Jason also had extensive experiences on the stage in his younger days. The rate of these experinces had been reduced to none as the demands of his studies had increasingly required more of his time. So Jason resolved to seek out a show and exercise that neglected piece of himself.
A wise reader such as yourself need not be told that Jason auditioned for the very same imp that had invited Lily to be in his play. And you need not be told that Jason was successful in his audition and cast in the very same play in which Lily was cast. And now you know how fate led Lily and Jason to meet for the very first time on November 14th, 2006 in the imp's home in the kingdom of Clayton where they read aloud the text of the play that they were to rehearse for over the coming months. The play was 'Don Juan in Hell'. Jason portrayed Don Juan. Lily personified Dona Anna de Ulloa. The rehearsal period and the large amount of lengthy lines demanded that Lily and Jason spent a fair amount of time learning lines together. As they came to know one another, they discovered that they lived a stone's throw from each other. Travelling to and from rehearsal was done in concert, and as their bond grew, Jason and Lily were often found after rehearsal, staying up to the wee hours, swapping stories, and slowly learning who the other was as a person. There was no turning back.
The play was performed that winter, the stage was dismantled, the rest of the cast disbanded, and the impish director moved on to other projects. And yet Lily and Jason remained. No longer bound together through the demands of their rehearsal schedule, the two continued practicing spending time together. Within a few months, the two had made plans to move away from the lives they once knew, move in together, and begin sharing what would eventually become their life. And that is where the true adventure resides; in every new moment, every new adventure, every new setback, and every new victory. Lily and Jason can't wait to be wed, and are quite pleased at what fate has always had in store for them.
The story is forever in progress, and none of the actors can know the outcome of thier story before the final act is performed, but it's safe to say that Lily and Jason knew quite quickly that they were always destined for a Happily Ever After.
I am working on the timeline for the Big Day, and am stuck on the Order of Operations for the Reception: Which comes first the Cake Cutting or the First Dance? When is the Meal served? How about the...
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