AN: Last one :'( my baby boo hoo hoo. *sniffles* thank you everyone for reading i'm so greatful 2 you all without u i'd never have finished this as you can see i have a lot of unfinished pieces.

Jaspers Forever is going to be the piece i concerntrate on next but i might delay it because i've had another idea. however i'm open to sugestions because i want to write something people will read so ay sugestions email or leave it in a review.
Enjoy the last chapter.

The Finish Line

The earth is warm next to my ear
Insect noise is all that I hear
A magic trick makes the world disappear
The skies are dark, they're dark but they're clear

A distant motorcade and suddenly there's joy
The snow and ticker tape blurs all my senses numb
It's like the finish line where everything just ends
The crack of radios seems close enough to touch

Cold water, cleaning my wounds
A sad parade, with a single balloon
I'm done with this, I'm counting to ten
Bluest seas, running to them

I feel like I am watching everything from space
And in a minute I'll hear my name and I'll wake
I think the finish line's a good place we could start
Take a deep breath, take in all that you could want

(The Finish Line – Snow Patrol)


1 year later.

As a mother and a grandmother I cannot tell you the tremendous amount of pride I feel now as I look upon my family. We are not conventional, we certainly aren't practical but we are perfect.

I snuggle into Edwards arms knowing he and I are sharing the same thoughts. I look at my children and my grandchild and now that if I could I would cry tears of joy.

Elisa was a proud mother something she seemed to do as naturally as Esme. She held little Alisha in her arms as she slept soundly; wrapped around them both was the ever proud husband and father Adrian. They sat among the flowers of the meadow and near them Uri and Beth concentrated on building a kite for Uri's little sister Kyra. Uri's hand securely round Beth's waist as she accidently set fire to the kite.

Kyra laughed as the kite took to the air on fire; Jay flew up to get the thing and without looking Elisa put the thing out drowning Jay with water. I could feel Edwards chuckling through my back.

Jay my boy stood handsomely in the middle of the meadow wings outstretched.

"hey fly boy" called a voice and we turned to look at the vaster.

Leah stood looking no older than 18 dark hair blowing in the wind. She was a different Leah to the one that we had known all those years ago. Years searching out new packs had filled her with joy and peace with herself. She hadn't aged physically but mentally she was an accomplished woman.

Jay loved her dearly and although at first we had been unsure about the age difference, we realised that only someone who was as old in mind as our boy would make him happy. After all Leah had become a teenager again after meeting Jay, she'd let go of the past and become someone who was ready to start living for her future.

He kissed her hiding them by wrapping his wings round them.

"I missed you" he whispered.

I smiled things hadn't turned out the way we had planned. Elisa had been kidnapped, then escaped only to find she had repeated what her mother had done before her. It was by no means a mistake everything had happened for a reason. This wasn't the perfect little future I had pictured when I was walking down that isle all those years ago.

This was so much better.

An: Thank you so much again. please review and let me know what you think of the ending :) xxx