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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:48 am

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I sure hear you.
I'm glad you like my posts! I'm so glad Jenny and Jason are getting
married. I hope Jason really finds someone that special. And Penny
and Dakota are so cute too! I'm going to miss these characters.
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Beautiful, Loves, as
usual! OK, Chips, don't know if I should tell you to dry those tears or
get out a hanky for our big little finish (oxymoron
intended). Pride & Prejudice Revisited had been purely a
project of love. Thanks so much to Chip, Loves, Travel, Maggie Angel, and
Mack for making it fun. It has been a pleasure to write with you and you
are all TOTALLY AWESOME in my book! Sending Tons of Love, S&T




* * * * * * * * * *



Once Lara finished talking, Chris Harrison returned to the
stage. “Well, this has been an evening full of surprises! And we
actually have one more surprise for the Bonnet family. Now, I’d like to
welcome and introduce First Lieutenant Tyler Bonnet, just returned from the war
in Iraq. Cousin Ty came walking across the floor all grown up and looking
handsome in his dress Army uniform. The Bonnets all swarmed around him to
welcome him home.



When things had calmed down, Mr. and Mrs. B. took the floor
for an Anniversary dance. While everyone watched, they danced alone, in
the middle of the Ballroom floor, to their long-time favorite song that they
had danced to at their wedding, “Strangers
in the Night.”
Then the party really started and the next two hours
were a joyous time for eating, talking and dancing.



At midnight, the Bonnets reassembled on the stage to end the
evening and the Bonnet Bachelorette Show with a Bonnet family tradition.
Mr. and Mrs. B. sat on their thrones with Cousin Ty standing behind them.
Jason’s little Ty sat on Mr. B.’s lap (after
all Ty was getting a "new" grandpa).
The sisters stood next
to each other arranged so that their dresses created a rainbow and their
Bachelors formed a row behind them. As the sisters wrapped their arms
around each other’s waists, they swayed side to side and all sang the old
Scottish song, Auld Lang Syne:




Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And never brought to mind?

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And auld lang syne?




Chorus




For auld lang syne, my dear,

For auld lang syne,

We'll take a cup of kindness yet,

For auld lang syne!



It was a fitting way to end the Bonnet Bachelorette Show and
they did all have their Fairy Tale Ending because they all lived happily ever
after!




The End . . .




(but not the last word!)
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Epilogue:


Bonnie and Fred stayed in the Miami area and lived there for
the rest of their lives. For many years, they had their own home, but
with the birth of their tenth daughter, they were invited to live in the Castle
with Mr. and Mrs. B. who were getting older and enjoyed the company of their
beautiful grandchildren. Fred, who was a very successful lawyer,
eventually became a Judge in the Miami Superior Court. Bonnie, who had
always excelled at homemaking, was a wonderful wife and mother and ran the Castle
like a well-oiled machine, teaching her daughters to cheerfully do their share
of the chores.



After a year-long engagement, Jane and Jeremy got married in
the place they had first met, at Donald Trump’s Mini-Mar-a-Largo estate in
Miami. After their marriage and a European honeymoon where they traveled
from Scotland to England to France to Spain, they decided to leave the Miami
area and set up their home on Jeremy’s ranch in the Dallas area. Aunt
Ellen welcomed them home with open arms and they shared a happy and productive
life there with their two children, a son named Charles and a daughter named
Melody. Charles and Melody grew up with Roger and Ginny Strawback’s
children, Noah and Becky, guiding them as older and wiser playmates.



Suzie and Bob had a wonderful life in Arizona. Suzie
had always thought that white water rafting would be a blast and she wasn’t
disappointed when Bob introduced her to the sport. She became part of the
Outward Bound team that helped
troubled teens by teaching them wilderness survival skills and loved the
camping and outdoor cooking. They eventually had a daughter named Allison
and would have loved to have more children, but were blessed with only one and
learned to accept that. They provided Allison with a loving home, lots of
attention, horseback riding lessons, family camping trips, and made sure she
saw her cousins frequently, so she knew what it was like to be part of a large
family.



Louise and Ron did have a very happy marriage, but also only
had one child, Ronald Duncan Wikid, Jr. They called him Duncan or
Dunk for short and spoiled him rotten. However, Dunk was fortunately held
in check by his grandparents and many aunts, uncles, and cousins, so he turned
out to be a nice young man who enjoyed using the lab in the “formerly hidden
room” under the supervision of his Uncle Richard and showed promise of being a
pretty apt scientist himself. He and Uncle Richard worked on experiments
regarding “Space Garbage” and how it could be used to slow Global Warming.



Sara and Richard had three children, two girls and a
boy. Their names were Lucy, Maggie, and Lincoln who was called
Link. They were all close in age and got along very well. Sara
thanked her lucky stars many times over the years that it had been the star representing Richard
that had remained in the window of the limo moon roof that night so long
ago. Richard would often take Sara’s hand after dinner as they went for a
walk around the neighborhood and tease, “Now which star up there represents me
again?”



Martha (the general
maid)
gave her notice shortly after the Final Cocktail Party and went on to
tremendous fame as a High Fashion Handbag Designer par excellence. Her
innovation of a new handbag strap shaped like a flat figure 8 became the
rage. It was designed so that the wearer’s arm slipped through the bottom
hole of the 8 (the purse hung down her side under her arm from this bottom
hole, too) and the top loop of the 8 slipped over the wearer’s head. In
this way the handbag stayed in place and was secure, while at the same time,
the wearer’s hands were both totally free. Martha didn’t marry Fernando,
because they went their separate ways after her business took off, but she did
run into another former Bachelor while she did the Hollywood scene with her
bags and ended up marrying Jane’s former Bachelor, Sam, who was the Ralph
Fiennes look-a-like actor. So, it truly is a small world!



Juan and Colleen continued to serve the Bonnets over the
years as Butler and Cook and took great enjoyment in watching the family
grow. They felt that the grandchildren were there own, as well, and they
did have their favorites, although they loved them all.



To Be Continued . . .
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EPILOGUE... Jenny and Penny married Jason and Dakota in a
double wedding on the castle grounds near the duck pond, one year after their
engagement. They honeymooned on Captiva Island off the Florida coast.
Unfortunately for the twins, while posing for a cute picture seated on the edge
of the boat, you guessed it-the boat was hit by a wave and the girls fell
overboard. Luckily Jason and Dakota were there for the rescue, but the twins
did suffer from short term amnesia. That became a joke in the Bonnet
family-Jenny and Penny didn't remember their honeymoon, so Dakota made sure
MOST everything was on film. But the strangest thing happened after that
"accident." Jenny and Penny had not one more crazy dream or deja vu.
And not only that but their IQ scores went through the roof. It was as if a lot
of their "smarts" were being channeled into the dreams and once they
stopped Jenny and Penny had full access to those wavelengths. With that the
girls enrolled at the University of Washington and graduated with honors. They
created an organization to help victims of both the human and animal kind. They
also coordinated relief efforts for victims of natural disasters. Penny wanted
to call it 'Advocacy and Relief Systems for Everyone.' But then Jenny showed
her how that would spell out A.R.S.E. So they ended up calling it A.R.E.V.-Advocacy
and Relief Efforts for Victims. The two couples divided their time between
Seattle and Miami, and owned homes in both cities. Jason and Dakota went into
business together as Jason had mad business skills and Dakota had filming down
to a science and an art. They had no shortage of clients and had to clear their
schedules regularly to spend time with the family-which had expanded. Ty became
the older brother to a little sister named Jasmine Rose, and a brother named
Devlin James. He took great joy in having siblings and was very tender with
them just like his father Jason. Jenny and Jason could not be prouder parents.
Oh and did I mention that they were twins? Dakota and Penny loved being aunt
and uncle to Jason and Jenny's little one Ty. Since Jenny had her hands full
with being a step mom and starting their organization, Penny and Dakota planned
to wait to start their family for a few years till their projects got off the
ground. But as so often happens with twins biology beats out the clock! Shortly
after Jenny and Jason announced they were expecting, Penny and Dakota got the
same news. They had twin girls and named them Kamryn Rose (it's a twin
thing-duh!) and Aubrey Chanel. Strangely enough the girls in these two families
looked remarkably like Jenny and Penny. Jason and Jenny's little boy looked
just like Jason and Ty right down to the dimples. Two years later Penny and
Dakota were blessed with a little boy that they named Christopher James-CJ. He
had Dakota's dimples and sea green eyes . All of the girls were smitten with
him and Devlin as they also had Penny's wild streak. As the children grew up
Aunt Jenny was there to take them all to their swimming lessons and Aunt Penny
was there to take them to all the movies Uncle Dakota made. The foursome became
ten-a Bonnet lucky number-the girls were so comfortable with that they became
their own family unit. The number ten did not include pets and these children
inherited their mothers' love for animals-animals of every kind. Jenny
threatened to hire a nanny for them all, and so the children learned to take
care of them on their own. And Ty became the apple of everyone's eye: because
he was so much like Jason everyone in this "Bonnet Bunch" knew they
could go to him about anything. He became a veterinarian and helped out with
the relief efforts that this family so strongly believed in. Jenny and Penny
felt so blessed, and were so grateful to have been part of such an unexpected
path that led them to this incredible life... Oh and one postscript: Dakota was
asked to make a sequel to the 'Beverly Hills Chihuahua' movie. He agreed to do
it with one stipulation: it would be an expose of the puppy mill horrors. He
had already chosen the leads-Justine Jelly Bean and Petunia Rose...
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Epiloge....Jerry had a wonderful opportunity to work for
Donald Trump as they had become acquainted while working on the show. Of
course the salary was excellent. Jerry and Tara bought a lovely home not
far from the Bonnet Castle. One reason they chose this home was because
it included a small cottage on the property. They moved Jerry's mother
into the cottage. She was thrilled to be so close to them and as time
went oon she watched the grandchildren as Tara returned to college.
Because of this, the grandchildren grew up knowing sign language as well as
English.



They first had a sweet little boy named Jerry Jr. and called
him J.R. Two years later they were suprised by twin girls that they named
Christina (after Chris Harrison, inhonor of the way thet met) and Larissa
(after Lara who helped them get together.) A few years later they added
one more boy to their family named Evan, just because they liked the name.



Tar , who had always loved books, finished her Phd and
became a famous romance author. She was frequently compared to Jane
Austin.

































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Lara and Paul were married in Gatlinburg in a small, family
wedding. Paul got a job as a sales manager for Mercedes Benz. His
division handled the Smart cars, so with the rising gas prices effecting
everyone's choices, he did a booming business. They bought a house in
Greenwood, just south of Indianapolis. Paul commuted to his job on the
north side of Indy and Lara commuted about 45 minutes to IU and finshed her
degree. Despite the fact that she studying mainly classical music, she
pursued a career in country music. She auditioned and won a spot on
American Idol. No one was a bit suprised when she won the season.
After all, she had built up quite a fan base during The Bachelorette/Bonnet
Brides season. And she truly had a wonderful voice.



After that Lara and Paul settled in Nashville. Paul
started a new division of the Smart Cars and Lara began recording. Her
first major hit was "Love On a Swing" that celebrated her romance
with Paul. She went on to win a Grammy for Best Song and several CMT awards.
She did a lot of touring but made sure she had plenty of time at home and time
to visit Miami and Canada. Dorothy went everywhere with her. After
a few years, she backed of her concert schedule to have a gorgeous baby girl
named Clarrisa for her grandmother. With twins so rampant in the family,
no one was suprised when the next baby was actually two charming little boys,
Samuel Louis and Jeremiah Paul. She continued singing the rest of her
life, but her first priority was her family. All of the children had wonderful
voices and Jeremiah Paul also became a major star, starting when he was only
seven yearts old. Paul quit his sales job and became the manager for Lara
and Jeremiah and they all toures together. Years later, after
Dorothy went to Rainbow Bridge, the family adopted 2 daucshunds, rescued
through the twins organization. In honor of their country music heroes,
they named them Johnny and June.
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:52 am

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How silly I am to be
almost tearful as my part of this story comes to an end.


It has been sooo much fun writing with all of you. Each
of you have so much talent. Who knows? Perhaps one day we could
write some compilations like Nora Roberts and others do. The kind with
several related stories each by different authors. Wouldn't that be fun??



I love you all and
will keep in touch!
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:53 am

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AWW loves-you don't
want me to start blubbering like Penny do ya?? This has been so much fun and
probably one of the most liberating writing experiences in my life. I think we
need to look into that idea of yours down the road-a book tour with all of you
WOULD be one wild ride that is for sure!! I will miss this thread more than any
other-you have no idea. But we will BIT and chat through the next season-with
Jason as our Bachelor-woohoo! Luvs to you Loves, S&T, Travy, Mack, and Mags!
~Chip
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:54 am

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Epilogue:

Mary's Irish eyes were smiling, snapping and sparkling as Joe carried her
across the threshold of their beautiful new home. Kara and Twilley had helped
them get settled, and had even built a gigantic fence in the yard for the
chickens that connected with the Bonet's yard, so dear little Ned, Ned and Ned
and Dave could have the best life imaginable, and run back and forth to their
little heart's content. "Joe dear," Mary said,"I would like to
do something nice for Kara and Twilley, a surprise!" As she told Joe her
idea, he laughed and agreed.





Kara and Twilley's wedding in the backyard of the mansion was quite a lavish
affair. As they turned to face their families and friends (and of course their
beloved pets, Boris, Ruff, and Samantha,) as husband and wife, two doves were
released into the air,while simultaneously two mice were set free in the field,
and two goldfish were released into the goldfish pond. After the reception,
suddenly, a strange noise filled the air, softer at first, then growing louder,
and louder! Joe nudged Mary and they giggled. A helicopter hovered overhead,
then landed in the yard! Bewildered, the young couple realized all when they
saw Joe and Mary doubled up with laughter. Handkerchiefs waved, tears were
shed, the chickens clucked merrily nearby, as the couple said their goodbyes.
Everything was perfect. As they approached the gaily decorated helicopter,
Twilley, smiling and waving, gallantly went to open the door for his beloved,
and as his hand reached the door handle...
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:54 am

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Trav, that is too
funny!
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:55 am

chipupz


AWWWWWW Travy!! I
loved the ducks! And we just know that Twilley will open that helicopter door
with ease and NOT get sick-haha. Mary and Joe, and Twilley and Kara got their
happily ever after-woohoo! I also loved the little critters but I should not be
surprised! Thanks for writing with us Travy-I hope you continue to use that wit
and ability. You made this such a fun thread sweetie, and I look forward to
reading more of this from you. Luvs to you, Chip
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:56 am

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Loved all your
epilogues! It's nice to know what happy and productive girls our
wonderful Bonnet sisters are. Love to all of you, Chip, Loves, Travel,
Maggie, & Mack, because you're the BEST! S&T




* * * * * * * * * * * * * *



On Darsley Ranch, Jane had lots of time to pursue her
writing interests. She worked on a variety of successful projects and
became an award-winning and very beloved author. Her book, The Enchanted Castle, based on
her childhood with her sisters became a famous novel and an instant classic,
popular for both older children and adults and was touted as the new Little Women for the new
millennium. She also wrote a series of children’s books about a little
boy named Ty and his adventures at the Duck Pond with his feathered
friends. Under a pseudonym , Jane also wrote several of those Dummie books,
including How to Have a Happy Life for
Dummies, How to Write Your Way Out of A Paper Bag for Dummies, and How to
Refrain from Pride & Prejudice or any Confusion of the Two for Dummies
.






I think "THAT'S
ALL FOLKS!" (But my motto is "Never say Never!")
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:57 am

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I cried alot reading
this (I haven't finished yet). Thank you all for taking over for me with
Jerry and Tara. I hate that I couldn't finish. Sometimes life
throws a few curves but that's okay, He never promised us a straight
path! You all did a terrific job! You all worked long
and hard with this one! But I bet it was fun.



I've got to go!
Lub U All!
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:58 am

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And now for a “shout
out” to those readers: Many thanks to those of you who have faithfully
followed our story and enjoyed the fun, twists & turns, and our lovely
Bonnet sisters and their Bachelors. All writers love to be read, so thank
you for being a part of this saga and, believe me, you are an important part
that has kept us going during the tough times!



Sending Love &
Peace, S&T



And now, to end this on a more positive note:


“Th-th-th-th-That’s All Folks!”


THE END
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 10:59 am

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To All Of YOU:


This is me giving you
all a standing ovation.....wooo hooo..GREAT JOB to all of you.



Seriously write a book
i would by it for sure. Although speaking of books i just finished NIGHTS in
Ridanthe by Nicholas Sparks so good, even tho the movie is out I had to read it
first, all I can say is that its exactly like this story you put together, once
you get started you cant wait til the end.



now im sad this has
come to an end.



[size=12]But happy that we know
about all of them




thanks and good luck
in the future, now i have to read something else on here.


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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 11:00 am

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Thanks, Tenner!
We'll be back sometime with a new story! S&T
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 11:01 am

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Thanks to all you
readers and my dear collaberators (someday I will learn how to spell) I
has been a blast!! Thanks for the vote of confidence, Tenner.
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 11:02 am

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Awe - wow! THE END???
I am so sorry that I missed it.. I've had one roller coaster of a month and
haven't been on here in about that long. Does anyone have the story saved to a
word document they could email to me? Smart... did you save it?? Please,
please, please tell me that you did!!! =)



I will try to catch up
but I have a feeling that several posts were probably deleted.... =(



Will watch for replies
today!! Missed ya'll!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 11:03 am

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Hi Maggie! We've
been so worried about you! We've missed you, too! Glad to hear you
are OK. Yes, I've got it all saved to share with you if you need
it. We basically replaced anything that was deleted, so our story is intact
and you can read it here, if that helps. I also hope things are improving
in Texas. How do/did they ever replace all those blown out windows
in those skyscrapers? I hope you and your family are safe and
comfortable. It's so wonderful to hear from you. Keep in
touch! Sending Love & Peace, S&T
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 11:03 am

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Oh my little Mags!! It
is so good to see your name on here! I hope all is well with you, yours, and
that great state of Texas!!! Welcome back-hope to see your name on here more!
We missed ya!haha And to anyone that enjoyed our little story here-thanks to each
of you. It was so much fun to do this, and if you got a chuckle here or there,
well that's the gravy!! Thanks for reading! ~Chip
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Post by SmartandTruthful on Mon May 27, 2013 11:07 am

Dear 2013 Readers,

Thanks to those of you who have taken the time to read this story. With Des' season beginning tonight, it's nice to be able to wrap this up today!

Tune in soon for another ABC Board Classic:
The Mysterious Bachelor Z!

Enjoy the show tonight! S&T
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