|Across the Lines
Author: losttwisisters PM
Bella meets Edward, but what she does know not who he is and what he does. But Edward knows the lines that he's crossing when he makes the decision to be with her. Many factors are against them. Will their love be enough? or will the lines be too strong?Rated: Fiction M - English - Drama/Romance - Bella & Edward - Chapters: 118 - Words: 337,674 - Reviews: 2,084 - Favs: 523 - Follows: 631 - Updated: 05-24-13 - Published: 05-25-12 - id: 8150326
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Disclaimer: Stephenie Meyer owns all characters.
Here is my drabble for the picture prompt challenge.
I chose picture 1, 9, and 10.
hope you like it.
Across the Lines
This day started out as usual, getting ready for work and walking across town to the diner.
It's not raining today, which is a first for this place.
Forks, Washington is the rain capital of the continental US.
I had the early shift today, which meant I would be leaving before the lunch rush.
That is cool. I don't get many of those days.
Mrs. Cope thought it would be a good thing for me to work a half day every once in awhile.
I walked in and went to the break room.
Putting my apron on, and fixing my hair I stepped through the door to start my shift.
"Bella, you have a customer in booth six," Jessica called out to me.
Great, I was so not ready to deal with some of the customers here at Forks Diner.
As I walked over there, all I could see was his hair. It was an odd shade of brown, with reds and gold mixed in.
"Hi, I'm Bella and I'll be your waitress today."
He looked up with a slight smile.
"What can I get for you today?" I asked.
"A coke, will be fine for now. Thank you, Bella," he said.
"I'll be right back with that."
I walked away and went to get his drink.
"Bell, what did you think of the hottie?" Jessica asked.
"He's quite good looking," I said with a smile.
"Ooh, girl you're so into him. I think you should go for it. Hell, if I wasn't saddled with Mike, I'd tap that."
"Jessica, that is just gross."
"When you see something in this life, you gotta go for it."
"I guess you're right, but still I don't think he'd ever go for me."
"You just gotta put yourself out there."
I nodded as I walked back to his table.
"Here you are, will there be anything else."
He looked up and smiled.
"Are the chocolate chip pancakes any good, Bella?" he asked.
I loved the way my name sounded coming from his lips.
"Yes, they are very delicious," I said as I bit my bottom lip.
"Great, I'll have an order of those," he said as he looked me over with a smirk on his face.
"Okay, that will be right up."
I walked away towards Jessica, who was smiling away.
"Way to go, Bell. He's watching you."
I glanced over my shoulder and he definitely was looking at me.