I know Ed in particular has been looking forward to this one! Here is the long awaited fourth Rowlf story that will be featuring the wedding of Rowlf and Wanda. Believe it or not I already have an idea for a fifth story (I just can't let these characters go!) but let's see how this one goes first. Enjoy, I'll do my best to update when I can, but know it might not be every day. Chapter One: It was a weekend. For most people weekends are relaxing times, time away from work, time to have fun. The inhabitants at the Muppet Boarding house got the last two right, certainly taking time away from work and having fun. Relaxing on the other hand was something unheard of to the performing troupe. “Kermit! Watch me do a flying leap of the banister into a tub of jello!” proclaimed Gonzo. “Gonzo, we just cleaned up pudding from this morning!” said an exasperated Kermit. “Yah der pudding der mesky mesky” said the Swedish Chef from the kitchen. “Kermie, would vous like to go shopping with moi? I would love some time with my favorite little green frog,” said Piggy. “What, oh no Piggy, I’m waiting for Rowlf to come down so we can go over some of the wedding details. I think we're going to pick out tuxes,” said Kermit. “Oh all right, if the dog is more important than moi then that’s just fine. But vous will be sorry when vous does not have moi to cuddle with later tonight,” said Piggy and stormed away. Kermit smiled, he knew she’d change her mind. He continued to wait for his oldest friend to come down so they could go to the tux shop together. He still couldn’t believe Rowlf was hanging up his flea collar and getting married. They certainly had come a long way to this point. Rowlf took a journey to rediscover his family and ended up also rediscovering the love of his life, a beautiful cat named Wanda. Although it took his brother getting sick and needing his help for Rowlf to discover just how much he truly loved her. After some family drama they were now engaged and planning to get married just three days after Valentine’s Day on February 17th. Kermit sighed happily. It warmed his heart to see his friend so happy and finally getting the whole package. Upstairs Rowlf walked past the room that Wanda shared with Janice and Camilla, who had become very close friends of hers after she moved in. “Hey, I’m going to the tux shop with Kermit. Need anything while I’m out?” asked Rowlf. Wanda looked up from her vanity. “Nope, I’m happy you’re getting the tuxes figured out though, it’s about time,” said Wanda and smiled. “Hey now, I seem to remember a certain person in this room hasn’t exactly settled on a dress yet either. You’ve only got a month left you know,” said Rowlf. “I know, I’ll figure something out. It’s complicated,” said Wanda and frowned a little. Rowlf immediately went to her and took her hand. “You’re thinking about your mom again aren’t you?” asked Rowlf. “Yeah. I still wish I knew if she was alive and I wish I knew where she was,” said Wanda fingering the charm that her mother had given her that she now wore on a special chain Rowlf had given her. “I know how you feel, but look at me, I found my family, maybe you’ll find yours too,” said Rowlf giving her shoulders a squeeze. “You’re right. Maybe I’ll be able to put some effort into looking for her after the wedding. Now I think while you’re at the tux shop I’ll see if Camilla wants to take another spin at dress shopping,” said Wanda smiling a little. “That’s my girl,” said Rowlf as he kissed her forehead and left the room. Wanda continued to finger the charm while she looked at a very old, very crinkled picture. “I need you Mama. I’m so scared,” she said and then tucked the picture away before going to find Camilla. * * * * * * * * * Miles and miles away from Hensonville someone was also holding a picture. She looked at it and smiled again knowing she’d be seeing the other figure in the picture soon. She only hoped she wasn’t too late. It had been wrong of her to run so many years ago, she had so much time to make up for. “Last call, all aboard for Hensonville!” came an announcement snapping her from her thoughts. “Here goes nothing,” she thought to herself as she boarded the train and found a seat.