Hey, this is my first fanfiction so please be sympathetic!
And I don't own Twilight.
I stepped onto the stage. The crowd was overwhelming. I was so nervous. Not because I was graduating, but because I would become a vampire later that night. As I accepted my diploma, I looked out at the crowd. There were Mom, Phil, and Charlie…… and I realized with a pang of guilt that I would hurt them all.
Then again, there were the Cullens, so it was worth it. I wondered how many graduations they'd been to over the years. As I thought about it, I decided I really didn't want to know. I stepped off the stage. Right behind me was Edward, sitting down next to me after he also successfully got his diploma. Alice stepped onto the stage. She beamed at the audience. Her makeup startled everyone. It was everywhere. But we can't blame her. She spent her childhood in an asylum. As she stepped off the stage, I saw a distant look in her eyes.
"She must have seen something," I said to Edward.
He replied, "I'll bet so." As she sat down next to Edward, I gave her an inquisitive look, but she said nothing, only looked at Edward excitedly. I searched my brain for possibilities of what could be happening. But the only thing that came to mind was my "convertion" tonight. But Alice looked surprised, even though all the Cullens knew about it, so that couldn't be it. I guess I'd just have to wait and see. Ugh. I hate surprises.
I tried staring at Edward to get some of the info, but he wouldn't break. He just smirked. I looked back at Alice. She looked troubled. I followed her gaze, and right there, watching us, was Jacob Black. Strangely endangering his tough-man attitude, he was on the verge of tears. He looked at me sadly, and walked away. What's his problem? I thought to myself. Whatever it was, I didn't care. He'd been a jerk a while ago. I had my own problems to deal with.
Hey guys! Please review! If you don't it'll just keep getting worse! Sorry it's so short. My other chapters will be longer. This isn't very suspenseful, either, but I need to build it up, first!