On November, 6, 2011, Adam and Ally got married. A friend, a baptist preacher, officiated the service for them. At the ceremony, they had live music and were surrounded by friends and family. They exchanged vows they wrote themselves. They even got married at City Hall. Or rather, outside, on Dilworth Plaza, where Occupy Philly had made its home for just over a month. Their journey, which began when they met while volunteering at the Info Tent, tracks the development of Occupy Philly from a protest tactic to a community, where new bonds were forged among people looking for a meaningful life.