Guys, I'm sad to say, I'm in a slump. I don't know why, but to try to write anything just stumps me. And that counts the writing of my own not on fanfiction.
Sorry times 10 to the 1 billionth power that I haven't written is so long. (I was studying for finals)
Since this does follow the story plot of Twilight, to the most part at least. Can you guess what is going to happen next? I'm not sure, I've got a few trick up my sleeves still. So if I haven't bored you enough, here it is!
Saturday had finally come. I couldn't be more excited to be able to spend the day with Bella. Though I was terribly nervous. Who wouldn't be if they got to spend the whole day with the most beautiful, smart, clumsy, amazing girl?
As I turned into Bella's drive way I took a deep breath. Calming myself, I turned off the car and walked to the door. As I was about to knock the door swing open. I had to chuckle, there was a very anxious Bella. A smile was plastered across her face, that I'm sure mimicked my own.
"Hi," she said in a shaky voice.
"Hi," I whispered back. After a few moments of awkward silence, I motioned towards my car. Grabbing her jacket, she followed me to the car. I opened the door for her, as she slid in. Once I got in the car, I jammed the keys in the ignition and whizzed out of her driveway.
The silence was…. unbearable. Reaching, I turned on some music. The relaxing melody of Claire de Lune filled the car.
"Claire de Lune?" asked Bella.
"You listen to classics?" I asked, rather surprised. But then again it is Bella who never ceases to amaze me.
"My mom used to play it around the house in Phoenix, this was my favorite," she answered.
"I'll let you in on a little secret," I said as I leaned down to whisper it to her, not watching the road. "Its my favorite too." This caused her to giggle; the sweet sound to my ears relaxed me even a bit.
After fifteen minutes on the road, we made it to the end of the road.
"This is where we're going?" asked a confused Bella.
"No, this is where we start on foot," I chuckled as Bella's face lost the little color it had.
"I'm not a good hiker, it may take a while," she stated.
"We've got all day," I replied, grabbing her hand and leading her into the woods.
After about three hours of Bella fumbling around, we made it.
"Here it is," I said as I motioned towards the circular meadow. Her eyes were wide as she took in every detail of it. I watched amused as she walked about, not tripping, taking in everything.
"So this is your escape," she said.
"Yes, I found right after we moved here from Alaska. I come here when I need to get away," I continued. "I've never shown it to anyone else before. What do you think of it?"
"It's beautiful Edward. Though I don't want to intrude on your spot," she stated.
"I invited you, Bella. If I didn't want you to come I wouldn't have," I said as I brushed a piece of her hair out of her face, causing her to blush.
"Thank you Edward," she whispered looking me in the eyes for the first time today. And we stood there, just staring at each other for what seemed like an eternity. There was something I wanted to try, but I didn't want to move to fast and scare her away.
"Bella?" I asked. "Can I try something?" She nodded. Slowly I leaned in as she leaned forward. Our lips met in the middle, causing absolute bliss. I wrapped my arms around her waist as she did so around my neck. To soon for my liking, we had to break apart in need of air. I'm sure I had the most stupid grin on my face, but I didn't care right now.
The rest of the morning we sat there, talking about everything and anything. A few of these discussions became arguments, but it was worth every moment.
All to soon, my phone when off. Looking at, the screen read Alice. Time for Baseball.
"Ready to go?" I asked. She just nodded as I helped her up. "This way, I pointed to the other side of the garden.
As we made our way through, it only took 10 minutes.
The trip back was much shorter, and easier. Once we reached the car I asked why.
"Well that path is shorter and more direct," was his response.
"Then why didn't we take it on the way there," I asked.
"Because the other way was much more fun," he chuckled, remembering.
The rest of the day, we played baseball, or rather the Cullen's did. I got to meet Esme, and Carlisle as themselves, not at the hospital. They took me in like one of their own, which caused much relief.
When the baseball game came around, I said I would sit out and watch this one while Esme reffereed. I don't have the best luck with hand-eye-coordination. Once in Phoenix, for gym we played softball and I didn't move my glove fast enough, causing a huge blue bruise to form on the bottom of my thigh.
Once the game ended, we headed in for the day. Though when we reached the Cullen's driveway, there where two cars in it. One was Edwards, the other was and older car that I had never seen.
I stood there shocked as I saw the car that was supposedly gone from Forks for quite a while. Though there he was, on my front porch.
"Hello dear sister," said James.
Okay so I twisted it, but I had to.
So what do you think of the ending? I almost left you guys wandering who it was, but I figured it was bad enough if you knew the name.
Yes I realize I skipped over the game, but I'm not good with baseball at all, that Bella moment was my experience. Which is why I don't play baseball or softball.
I'll try to write soon. Please review!