|Lock your car or it'll be gone in 60 seconds!
Author: Luvin-Gabriel PM
Memphis knew the road he was taking was going to end in trouble. With every boost he got that much closer to death wheither it was death from prison or death from a bullet. His enemies countless, can he deal with the fact that his vulnerability has skyRated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 3 - Words: 5,004 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 3 - Updated: 01-08-05 - Published: 01-05-05 - id: 2207307
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Hey guys, I am guessing the whole reason why you are about to read this fanfic, let alone in this section of fanfics, is that you are in love with Gone in 60 Seconds like I am in love with Gone in 60 seconds:0 Now I don't own the movie or any characters, so yea I have written some fanfics that people have loved in the Dark Angel section and the Peter Pan section, I hope Gine in 6 Secodns is another section that enjoys my fanfic and I hope I get some feedback! So read and please R&R, this chapter will be short, it's just a little intro to the story:0
We agreed not to have kids. We wanted to be together but we thought it best if we didn't have any kids considering both of our pasts. I don't really remember the thought process we both shared, but I guess we just thought it would be unfair to the child if a person or event from the past came back to us. And yet, here I am, standing over a small plastic crib, looking in at this small baby lying right in front of me.
I curl my fingers slightly around the cool plastic as I looked down at the smallest and purest thing in the world. She was asleep finally, after long hours of crying as loud as any person or in this case, baby, could.
It REALLY happened so fast…I didn't believe Sarah when she said she was pregnant. Even as she grew…I still didn't believe it, it took till this moment for me to believe it. It's like I was watching a movie, I felt her kick in Sarah's stomach, I held Sarah's hand tightly in the delivery room through the birth process, but I guess it never sank in…until now.
It wasn't a mistake; I would never call my newborn daughter a mistake, which is just cruel and unfeeling. But like I said before, we didn't really want kids and it was definitely unplanned. It definitely wasn't a mistake on how Marie happened either. We weren't drunk; Sarah and I were just in the heat of the moment, in the phase that we get in some times, most times. Only, this time it just happened.
Despite the fact that we didn't want any kids…I feel like the luckiest man in the world.