DISCLAIMER: I do not own Twilight or the characters; all this is the amazing creation of Stephenie Meyer.

WARNING: This story was written 2 years ago. It was my first fic and I did not have any writing experience whatsoever. I didn't work with a beta nor a pre-reader. And yes, English is my second language and I feel with the pass of time it has improve a bit.

So YES, THIS fic has lots and lots and lots of grammar mistakes, lots of typos and stuff. I do plan on editing one day, but right now with my other stories I haven't had the time. I don't want to take the story down ether because I feel it would be disrespectful for those persons that still like it.

So just be warned before starting it, it may be hard to read because of that.

Thanks so much



And in the middle of her pain I saw everything so clearly, she was not just giving me her unconditional love, but she was giving me the most beautiful gift I never believe I could even get, and therefore I never asked for.

But now in this moment I just wanted it so bad, just as I needed Bella in my life, that much I wanted it.

I hold her hand tight and saw her giving her all, as always, I kissed her forehead and she looked up at me and smiled. How could she look so beautiful in the middle of this? How could she look at me with those beautiful eyes and make me feel I was the luckiest man in the world, or vampire I may say, when this was not even over yet.

My father and Rosalie were here, with us, the ones Bella had chosen to be here; the only ones that were going to be witnesses of this miracle, the miracle of love, of my love for Bella and most of it all the miracle of the love Bella had towards me.

I smiled back at her and said "You can do it my love, you can do everything, if you were able to touch this frozen heart of mine there is nothing you can't do".

She nodded and with all the energy she had she did what was left to do. Carlisle finally looked at both of us and smiled.

Somewhere in that moment I heard the thought of someone I had never heard before, someone that thought "I'm here, I'm home".