Disclaimer: I do not own Twilight.

"Are you sure you have to go?" Edward asked me. We were waiting at the airport for my flight to Florida.

"Unfortunately, yes," we both frowned "my mom needs me. I'll be back soon." I didn't know exactly when, but Phil was sick and Renee needed me. Edward frowned.

"I'm not good at being patient."

"Yes, that's about all you're not good at, isn't it." I joked.

"I still don't see why I can't come too." He was moping, something I'd never see him do.

"Well, first of all I'm going to Florida, for an unknown amount of time," his frown deepened "so you'd be inside all day, and that's not very fair."

"I don't mind." He said, I smiled.

"Second, I can be home a lot faster without…distractions" This made Edward smile.

"And third, as much as I want you to come, but my mom might not appreciate an unexpected guest."

"True, I'll miss you though." He said. "Promise you won't forget about me while you're gone?" This made me laugh, me forget Edward? Impossible. "I'm serious."

"I promise I won't forget you. Never, that could never, ever happen. You on the other hand, I could see how you could forget about me." He kissed me.

"I love you." He said.

"I love you too; I'll be back as soon as possible."

"I'll be here." He promised.

"Flight one-oh-one to Miami now boarding." A voice announced over the loud speaker.

"That's me." I said, picking up my bags. Edward nodded. I started to walk towards the terminal. Edward grabbed my shoulder, spun me around and kissed me. It was deep and powerful. It lasted longer than usual and, as usual, left me breathless. I smiled, and then turned back around to catch the flight.

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"We are experiencing some turbulence, so please buckle up and remain seated. Thank you" The pilot announced.

I was pretty comfortable, all things considered. Edward insisted on buying me two-way first-class tickets. Let me tell you it was much better than having someone falling asleep on your shoulder while the kid behind you kicked your seat. However, I was starting to get a little scared, I mean who wouldn't be, I was a magnet for danger that was in a plane that was god knows how high.

I looked up towards where the stewardesses waited to be asked for. They looked a little scared, which surprised me, I mean, weren't they trained for this stuff?

And that's when it happened.

It started out with more shaking, nothing really special, but then it got more and more shaky, and there was a loud bang from outside, I looked out to the wing and saw that part of it had broken off. I knew this was bad, I had seen movies and the news. I knew what was going to happen next.

The plane was gonna go down.

Apparently I wasn't the only one who noticed because I heard the screams, I saw the masks fall out of there compartments, I saw the people praying.

I put the mask over my face, hoping that If we crashed it would be on land, I wasn't a very strong swimmer. The women across the aisle grabbed hold of her children and prepared for impact. I felt the plane slope forward, and couldn't stop the scream from escaping my lips.

I don't know how long it will take us to hit the ground, I don't know where we will land, I don't know who will survive. All I know is that this plane was going down, and we were all going down with it.

How was that for a first chapter? There is something about this story that makes me feel like it's gonna be fun to write. I hope its fun to read. So I want a few reviews just to get an idea of what people think.

~Kakes