I was almost finished packing. I was running away, and I was never coming back. That was my hope. I didn't want to come back to this city. Forks held too many memories for me, and I didn't want to be stuck in this town revolving around them. I couldn't go to my mother's either. She wouldn't know what to do with the situation that I was in. Edward had left, but he left something with me that I wasn't going to regret. He left me his unborn child.


We were driving back from the party that ended in a disaster. It was all because of me and my stupid clumsiness. I couldn't believe that I got a paper cut. Edward blamed himself of course. He always did, no matter what the cause was.

"I'm sorry," I apologized for the thousandth time tonight.

"It wasn't your fault, Bella," he yelled at me quietly. We were up in my room, and Charlie was either downstairs in the living room or in his bedroom; I couldn't tell. "It was mine. If the situation would have been different, it wouldn't have ended like it did." I kissed him to shut him up. We just didn't stop like we usually did.

"Can I talk to you at your house," he questioned. It was a week after we had sex, and I had to say that it was amazing. Edward still blamed himself for what happened on my birthday. I haven't seen any of the Cullen's except for Edward. It scared me a bit, but I tried to let it go.

Once we got to my house, he led me out back towards the woods.

"Bella, my family is leaving," he stated.

"I'll come with you guys," I said. I didn't want him to leave, and I wanted him to stay with me. I would leave everything behind for him. I loved him.

"You can't, Bella; I'm sick of pretending," he answered me. I was shocked, but I could always see the truth. "I don't love you anymore, Bella. I care about you, but I don't love you." I just simply nodded. "Can you promise me something?"

"Anything," I whispered. I still couldn't believe what was happening.

"Don't do anything reckless," he stated. I just nodded. "Then I'll make you a promise. It will be as if I never existed." He ran away from me then.

End of Flashback

I was about to break my promise. I had decided to go to Alaska. I wanted to try and find the Denali family. They were the only vegetarian vampires that I know of besides the…Cullen's. It was so hard of me to think their name sometimes, but I did think about them. I didn't want to forget them. It would mean everything for me not to forget them. I cared and loved each and every one of them. I would understand if they didn't share the same feelings.

I had already said my goodbyes to my father and mother. I left them letters. I didn't want them to try and find me. I knew that I would probably never come back to them.

I took everything into my truck that I loved. I took the tickets that…Esme and Carlisle gave me, and I drove to the airport. I was hoping that they would switch tickets with them. I wasn't going to use them, but I thought that it'd be a waste not to use them.

Once I reached the airport in Seattle, I was lucky that they were able to switch the tickets. I was a little sad to see them go, but I knew that it was for better ones. I was going to start a new life with my child, and I wouldn't regret anything.

After a couple of hours, I was finally in Alaska. It was definitely cold, but I came prepared. I didn't want to catch a cold because of my stupid-ness.

There luckily was a town nearby Juneau which I thought that they might be (AN: I don't know where the Denali live, so I'm just saying something I could live with. Forgive me!) Once I got to that town, I saw a girl that was deadly pale and with golden eyes. She had brown hair and she was extremely gorgeous. I had a feeling that she was a vampire. I could tell that she was a vegetarian vampire by her eyes.

I made the taxi stop and I gave him some money for the ride. It would have been rude of me to do so. After I got out, I followed her. I knew that it was staking, but I needed to know if she was a vampire or not. I would be so embarrassed if she wasn't.

We walked for a long while. It was so difficult to follow her sometimes, but I always managed to keep an eye on her. She walked into an alleyway, but I didn't know why. I kept following her. Once I was in there, she turned around, and I could see static electricity coming from her hands.