In the wee hours of the morning, Zep goes fishing.
His skill at finding things in the swamp has just gotten easier. Congratulations, Zep!
A little later …
Marci is the first one awake. Excited because TODAY is Love Day, she checks the weather report.
Not quite what she was hoping for.
Tad joins her downstairs to discuss whether they need to change the day’s plans or not.
In the end, they decide to go with the original plans. Being together is what matters most!
As soon as the kids join them, Tad and Marci congratulate Ice on being crowned Prom King. Ice blushes and thanks them.
May teases her brother, “Your picture looks like you’re already telling your loyal subjects (classmates!) what to do.”
To stop the teasing from getting out of hand, Tad hustles everybody out to the car so they can enjoy breakfast before the festival opens.
After breakfast, they check their list before jumping back in the car.
First up is gathering flowers and perhaps a few eggs while they’re at it.
No eggs but several collected tickets for their efforts.
Tad and Marci can’t resist trying their luck with the Love Inspector.
The result is exactly what they thought it would be!
Flowers, check. Next up is music.
Followed by …
The exchanging of vows and rings. Congratulations, Tad and Marci Pole!
The wedding pictures looks great as do the flowers that made up Marci’s bouquet.
The whole family has fun dancing together.
Perhaps Ice will win the crown of Spring King, too!
As the day winds down, the family packs up to leave the festival.
May tells the others she’ll meet them at home because she has something she wants to do first …
The kiss is nice (nothing special) which makes May realize that without a connection of some sort, a kiss is just a kiss.
Back at home …
Ice chats with Keri while May does the dinner dishes. Since Ice cooked, she felt it was only fair to do the washing up.
The newlyweds admire their wedding pictures for a few minutes before Tad sweeps Marci off her feet with a kiss full of love.
This is a good place to stop.