Disclaimer: I only own Adrianna. Everyone else owns themselves.

A/N: So this is a new story that I've started. Obviously I have some fascination with starting stories. But this one I really want to get started. Anyway this first chapter will be in Randy's point of view. After this chapter and until I say so will be in Adrianna's point of view. So please review and let me know what you think.

"Randy." I heard someone call. Picking my head up I saw Paul walking towards me with a book in his hand. "Adrianna asked me to give you this if anything should happen to her."

Taking the book from his hands, I opened it and skimmed through the pages. "What is this?"

"A book about her. She gave it to me three days ago. When she gave me the book, she made me promise that I'd give it to you, should anything happen."

Angrily I stood up and got in Paul's face. I didn't like how he was talking about her like she was already gone. Didn't he have a heart? Why was he talking like that?

"Don't talk about her like she's gone." I spat in his face. "How could you talk about your own daughter like that? She's a fighter Paul, she's going to make it. "I said breaking down into tears.

"What? You think it doesn't hurt me to see my oldest daughter laying in some hospital bed?" He yelled, trying to hold back his tears."Well it does. I'm just doing what my daughter asked me to do. It hurts me to give you that book, but I promised her I would."

For once in my life I had nothing to say to him. Instead I looked from the book and then back to Paul. I knew what I had to do. And judging by the look on his face, he knew what I had to do also.

"I'm going to go back to the waiting room and let everyone know what is going on."

I nodded. Right when he left, I turned my gaze towards Adrianna laying in her hospital bed. Just one look at her and tears instantly sprang to my eyes. She looked so helpless. Not once since I've met her did I think she would ever be in this position.

Slumping my shoulders I walked to the chair by her bed. Exhausted, I plopped down into the chair. Not once taking my stare off of her. I was waiting for some type of movement. But I got nothing. Grabbing her hand I began to talk.

"Baby please wake up. I need you. Your family needs you. If not for us, then for Aiden. Please wake up. He's crawling around the house looking for his mama. Please baby." I cried."I love you."

I still got nothing. She continued to lay there motionless. The only sound in the room was the beeping of the heart monitor. Taking a deep breath, I brought her hand to my lips and kissed the back of it. Gently I released her hand and looked down at the book. I had to do this.

"Its now or never." I whispered to myself as I opened the book.

Randy,

If you're reading this, then some cruel twist of events led us to this point. Depending on what happened I may come back to you, or I may not. But I just want you to know that no matter what, I will always love you and I will always love Aiden. The two of you are my life. And I don't know where I'd be without you two. And nothing will ever change that. Just know this; I will always be there for you.

Love Always and Forever, Adrianna

Just reading that alone brought tears to my eyes. I couldn't read this. There was no way I could read this. I turned my head towards her. I took a deep breath. She wanted me to read this, and I'm going to. This is all going to be for her.

Once again I opened the book and began to read it. All of a sudden I felt like my mind was thrown into a time warp. I felt like I was reliving life with her all over again.