When GarGar made his entrance, it was like sunlight bursting through the clouds. Princess Pirouette stood with her hands neatly folding in front of her. GarGar took off his hat and bowed deeply and then approached his beloved, whereupon, he knelt before her with his head down. Pirouette extended her right hand for him to kiss. There, on her wedding finger, he saw the diamond and sapphire ring he’d given her on their betrothal.
What bliss! He thought as he placed a tender kiss, turning her hand over, kissing the palm. “Mere words can not express my gratitude that you have forgiven me.”
“All is forgiven,” she replied. After a brief pause, she continued, “But not forgotten, Monsieur le comte.”