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So here is the final installment of "I Can't Wait."

Disclaimer: All Characters belong to Schneider's Bakery, Momma always told me not to play with my food.

Credit to Capitol Records, and Runner Runner

Also, sorry if you think Jade is a little all over the place, like I said earlier; She's complex.


The day Jade had been dreading had finally arrived. She called Beck for the sixth time.

"Beck! Hurry up and get here." She hissed into the phone. "I swear, if you don't show, I'll never forgive you. Call me back. Bye." Just as she hit the end button on her phone, the doorbell rang.

"Jade, Beck's here!" Her little brother called up the stairs.

"Send him up!" She yelled back.

Jade heard her boyfriend walking up the steps, and she swung open her bedroom door, pulling him inside, then shutting it with a slam.

"Why didn't you answer my calls, I've called you six times!" She glared at him, crossing her arms.

"Battery died." He pulled it out of his suit pocket. "I was hoping to charge it here, while you finishing getting ready." He went over and put it in her dock.

"Just help me zip this." Jade said with a pout, holding the front of her dark blue dress.

Jade had her black hair up in what would have been an otherwise elegant french twist if not for the blue and green hair. Beck pushed aside a few of the loose strands that framed her face; out of the way, placing a kiss on her shoulder, before zipping the zipper.

"You hate having your hair up." Beck stated, looking at her oddly.

Jade growled, rolling her eyes. "I know. But it's the only way I could get out of being in the stupid wedding. I'm going to take it down at the stupid reception." Jade's

father was getting married today, and Jade was extra grouchy because her mother refused to let her wear anything black.

Jade went into the bathroom to finish her makeup, leaving Beck to make himself at home in her room.

"Jadelyn! Hurry up, we're going to be late!" Her mother called from downstairs.

"Good!" Jade yelled. "and don't call me Jadelyn!"

"Just hurry up!"

Jade came out of her bathroom, pressing a finger to her eye a scowl etched on her face. "Ow!"

"What happened?" Beck came over to her, inspecting her eye.

"My stupid mother, made me poke my stupid eye." She hissed.

"Aw." He kissed it. "Kissy make it better?"

She glared at him.

"Babe, calm down."

"I can't."

"Sure you can." He tried to soothe her, with his voice.

"No, I really can't." She sighed. "He doesn't want me there Beck, and I don't even want to go. "

Beck frowned and gave her a hug. "I want you. That's all that matters." Beck stood up, and held out his hand, helping her up. He got his phone off her dock , she gave him hers, and put both in his pocket.

They walked down the stairs, and Jade's mom gave her an approving nod. Jade's brother and her mother got in the car and left, while Jade rode with Beck.

Jade had her arms crossed the entire ceremony, waiting for it to be over, so she could go home. Her stupid step-mother had her yappy dog as ring bearer, how pathetic. Jade would have fallen asleep, had Beck not been trying to make her smile the entiretime.

"Do you take this woman for better or for worse,"

"One day, it'll be us answering that question up there." He whispered in her ear.

She couldn't stop the smile from plastering across her face. "Beeeeck, stoooop."

"It's going to happen Jade, don't fight the inevitable." He smiled, holding her her into him.

...

"Dad."

"Jade."

"Congratulations, I guess." Jade picked at her navy colored nails.

"You're still at that school for arts?" He asked, ignoring her congratulations.

"Yeah." She answered looking up from her nails.

He just stared at her, not answering, looking rather bored.

Jade glared at him, as her step-mother walked over.

"Jadelyn."

"It's Jade." Jade gritted out through her teeth.

"Oh, of course. " She said with a false cheery smile.

Jade started to walk away but heard the conversation her father was having with his new life.

"I told you, I told you she would do this! Didn't I? I did! She's downing the whole reception." Her step mother whined. "She's a waste of air, a disappointment." She saw her father nod in agreement. "How could you put up with that all these years?"

Jade stormed out of the room, blowing past Beck who was on this way back from the restroom.

"Jade? Jade!" He called after her.

She ignored him, and made her way into the Bridal dressing room, pulling her emergency scissors out of her dress, advancing towards the bouquet.

"Jade." He grabbed her from behind.

"No Beck, Stop." She struggled against him. "Let me go."

"Jade, what happened?" She kept kicking, and squirming.

"Let me go!"

"Jade, calm down!"

"I don't want to!" She screeched.

He hauled her back, making her sit in a chair, and watched as she dissolved into tears. He jumped back surprised. He had only ever seen her this emotional once, and that was when he rejected her, when they broke up.

"Jade, why are you so upset?"

"They said I was a waste of air, Beck. A disappointment." His usually tough girlfriend sniffed.

"Who? Your dad?" He asked.

She nodded. "and my step-mother." She dried her face, recovering from her five-second breakdown.

"That's not true Jade." He smoothed her hair, a lost cause because of the fight that just took place. He pulled the clip out, as her curls cascaded down onto her shoulders. "They're wrong." He smiled.

She got up and sat in his lap, leaning her head on his shoulder. He tried to hold her hand, but she refused to give it to him.

"I know you're hurt, but you've got to let me hold your hand." He whispered to her.

"Why?"

"Because, it's lonely, I can tell."

She rolled her eyes with a laugh, and surrendered her hand. He intertwined their fingers.

"Promise me something?" Jade asked, as Beck stroked her hand.

"Anything."

"You'll never leave me right?"

"Never." He kissed her gently.

"You're not going to break this promise?"

"I'd promise you the world if I could, Jade." He leaned his head on hers.

"So, about our wedding..."

"Our wedding?" Beck asked.

"Yeah, you said we were getting married during the ceremony." Jade looked at him. "Don't think you're taking that back."

Beck nodded, remembering. "Wouldn't dream of it, babe."

"I wanna wear black, because I didn't get to wear it today."

"A black wedding dress?"

Jade nodded.

"Whatever you want."

Jade just stayed silent, finally calm for the first time that day."You ready to go back?"

"Do we have to?" She groaned.

"Yes." He patted her side, signaling to get up.

Jade reluctantly got up off Beck, and took his hand as they walked back to the main room.

"I love you Jade." He told her as they entered the room, he nudged her.

"...I love you too." She squeezed his hand a little tighter.

Beck pulled Jade onto the dance floor pulling her close, watching her laughed as he twirled her. The dance floor slowly filling up, with more couples.

He got an image in his head.

A girl in a black wedding dress, and a shaggy haired boy in a tux, dancing in a nearly empty reception hall.

He smiled at Jade, if he blinked, he would have missed her smiled back. He couldn't wait for that image to become reality. He couldn't wait to live his life with this girl, to give her his heart for all eternity. He didn't ever want to let her go, he just wanted to love her, and only her forever and ever. Beck couldn't wait to make Jade his wife.

But you know what? He didn't want to miss a single thing about the journey there either.


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