Hugging in the Fountain
Vlad couldn’t believe how beautiful she looked. Now that Snow was a vampire, Vlad didn’t have to worry about if he was going to kiss her or drain every drop of blood out of her. Nor they could have a semi –normal relationship. And by semi-normal, I mean as normal as a relationship between two Goth teenage vampires who just graduated from high school can be. Tonight was the night that Vlad was going to propose to Snow. Since he was the one who turned her into a vampire and they were eternally bound to each other by a force much greater than a piece of paper, some people may say that it was meaningless and stupid. But Vlad wanted their marriage to be as normal and human as possible. Vlad’s best friend Henry didn’t understand why he was so ready to get married to Snow. Henry was fine with his causal relationship with Snow’s best friend October. So whenever Vlad needed girl advice, he asked joss. Joss was happily married to Vlad’s ex-girlfriend Meredith. So it didn’t matter how many people said yes or no to his decision, Vlad loved snow and she loved him and that was all that mattered.
“Vlad!!!!” screamed snow as he slammed on the breaks. Vlad was so nervous and distracted that he didn’t realize that they had reached their destination. From there everything went fast. Vlad had taken them to a strip mall out of town. There was a fountain in the middle of the mall. Snow always loved the way Vlad’s bangs stuck to his forehead when his hair was wet. So they walked into the middle of the fountain and held her hands in his. He asked the question and she said the word that made him the happiest Pavrus ever.
“Yes” she said. And he held her there in his arms for the rest of the night, not caring who was staring at the two teenage vampires who were hugging in the fountain.