I liked this 'happily ever after' kind of story. This more or less was a romance-genre piece, but you added a piece of thriller too with the stanza of nightmare. If I have the liberty to suggest, I would say you could have used that particular nightmare-scene as the basic plot for another short story.
As far as the technicalities are concerned, I am not much of a Grammar Nazi and therefore cannot comment much on that front, but below are the minor flaws which I noticed,
Dad and my newborn sister was in the house. - 'Were' instead of was.
They burned to death, both of them, and my little sister so young - This part seems little incomplete.
Other than this the flow of the story was wonderful. This being a real short story, you couldn't manage to pull off few scenes (like the ones where Jerry took her out for wedding proposal) in a great way as they could have been pulled. But that doesn't mean they weren't good. They were, but could have been better.
As you had mentioned that this is your 2-years old piece, by now I believe you must have learnt and improved a lot.
And yes, just like a person suggested me few days back, an updated portfolio gives the reviewer an idea of how should he/she review the work. As of now, I don't know if you are a he or a she, or what age group you belong to, or are you an experienced writer or just a beginner. Answers to all these questions will help a reviewer in reviewing your work in a better way.