90. Twenty years later.

As we watch our oldest daughter graduate high school, I am the proudest parent of all. Our two sons and youngest daughter are standing with us, cheering and clapping for their sister. I look at my husband and he's looking at me, smiling and looking every bit of the proud father he is.

I feel so blessed with my life, with four wonderful children between the age of 12 and 18 and a better husband I could've ever dreamed of.

Even with a gap of a couple of years in my memories, that never came back except for some moments here and there that don't matter to me, I don't feel like I miss out on that period of my life. From what everyone tells me it was a bad period in my life, and who wouldn't want to forget about that?

As I hug my daughter, who will be going to college soon, I feel like I have no regrets, no worries, just a family to be proud of and a husband to love until I die.


I have to thank my pre-readers again, kitkat681 and CullensTwiMistress, they've both been through this whole thing with me and helped me out and heard me out when I got stuck. This story wouldn't be here without them!

I am working on The Other Point Of View, which will be Edward's version of this story, although I am going to try and make it stand alone too. In the mean time you can join me for Easy, which can be found on my profile. After Easy is done, I hope to have enough written to start posting The Other Point Of View. I also have an outtake for this story already written, and at least one more planned.

Thank you to all readers and of course the reviewers who shared their thoughts and theories with me. I hope you liked the story.

I will post a document on my facebook page about this story and my thought process. If you have any questions, PM me here or there and I will answer unless it will be in TOPOV.