Hi people, so I know it's been awhile since I wrote anything but I love Carrie Underwood and her song "Someday When I Stop Loving You". I hope you guys like it, read and review please. Oh and I don't own Twilight if it isn't obvious. Listen to the song while you read it, it really sets the mood for it. Oh and if you like it alot I'll continue it...

AN:After Edward left Bella gets over it and starts dating Jacob a few months later, she goes to college and her sophomore year he imprints on her friend Kristy. Since Bella and Jacob are engaged he tries to fight it but Bella lets him go and moves away, now Bella's back in town for her dad's wedding to Sue with a certain original as her date.


We drove to Charlie's house since it was the last day until September; Jacob had just met Kristy, my friend whom I met this year in Professor Johnson's class. I knew by the way they were looking at each other that he had imprinted on her; it took all I had not to scream at them, not to hate them. We spent the rest of the day together with Jacob and Kristy trying to hide what they obviously felt for each other. When we finally left neither Jake or I talked about his imprinting while we drove back to Forks, both thinking about today. We pulled up to Charlie's and he walked me to the door, I gave him a week smile before kissing his cheek and going inside, I leaned against the door until I heard him leave, before I slide down to the floor and a loud sob escaped my throat. That's how Charlie found me, crying and shaking in a ball, he wasn't good with emotions so he just held me and let me cry. An hour later I finally cried myself out, "He imprinted today" I said choking on the words, Charlie had found out about the wolves last year after Embry phased in front of him. He stopped stroking my hair and squeezed my arm comfortingly, "I sorry Bella" was all he said and I started crying again "I love him but I know I have to let him go. I'm gonna go finish school in Florida with mom, I sorry but I-I need to go daddy, I can't stay here, I so sorry" I said completely breaking down. He shushed him "It's fine sweetie, just come back when you're ready, and I know it's hurts right now but you're doing the right thing letting him go, you'll find someone too, who loves you more than life itself" he told me. I nodded and we slowly got up "I know I will daddy, I going to pack" I told him giving him one last hug before going into my room.

I called my mom and she happily agreed to let me stay with her while I got set up for college, I had missed her and it would be good to see her again. After that I started packing, since my trunk had no chance of hell of making it to Florida I bought a plane ticket, one way I wasn't gonna be back anytime soon, for a flight that would leave in 2 days, the Cullens had left me a very large bank account that I hadn't touched except for college, I used that to pay for the ticket, I decided to start using it more to start my new life. After I finished packing everything it was around 6am but I wasn't tired so I got my old guitar that I had brought with me from Phoenix out of the back of my closet, I also got out a cassette player that I normally used for class and put a new tape in, I sat on my bed and strummed a few notes before pressing play. I started to sing a song I heard last week, it applied perfectly here

"One foot on the bus 'bout half past nine

I knew that you were leaving' this time

I thought about laying down in its path

Thinking that you might get off for that

I remember that night we laid in bed

Naming all our kids that we hadn't had yet

One for your grandma and one for mine

Said we'd draw straws when it came time

I'll move on baby just like you

When the desert floods and the grass turns blue

When a sailing ship don't need her moon

It'll break my heart but I'll get through

Someday when I stop loving you

I bet all I had on a thing called love

I guess in the end it wasn't enough

And it's hard to watch you leave right now

I'm gonna have to learn to let you go somehow

Somehow

I'll move on baby just like you

When the desert floods and the grass turns blue

When a sailing ship don't need her moon

It'll break my heart but I'll get through

Someday when I stop loving you

Ooooh, ooooh, oh someday, oh someday

I'll move on baby just like you

When the desert floods and the grass turns blue

When a sailing ship don't need her moon

It'll break my heart but I'll get through

Someday when I stop loving you

Someday when I stop loving you"

When I was done I pressed stop and wiped the tear that had begun to fall, I took the tape out and went to my desk I put it in an envelope along with a letter to Jake. I looked down at my left hand and took a deep breath before I took off the engagement ring that he gave and put it in the envelope as well before sealing it. When I was done it was already 8 but I finally felt the effects of staying up all night, Charlie was at work already so I decided to go to bed, I'd deal with everyone tomorrow.

When I woke up it was 4pm and Charlie was still at work so I took a shower, I knew Jake would have patrol tomorrow so I'd give Billy the letter before I left for Florida. Charlie walked in the door an hour later right after I started dinner, "Hey dad" I said giving him a small smile, his brows furrowed "Hey sweetie, how're holding up?" he said grabbing a beer from the fridge. I sighed "I'm fine now, resigned, he wouldn't he imprinted on her if we were meant to be together, and as much as it hurts they'll be good for each other" I told him, he nodded slowly. "My flight leaves tomorrow, I'm going to drop off the letter before I go" I told him.

After dinner it was still early so I told Charlie I was going to say goodbye to Emily, she had become my best friend and I wouldn't leave without telling her goodbye. When I got to Sam and Emily's most of the pack was there, I noticed with relief that Jake wasn't though. I went to the kitchen where Emily was, "Hey Em, can we go for a walk, I need to talk to you" I said, she looked up confused my quickly agreed, we walked past the guys and they all looked sad, so they knew what I was about to do, or at least could guess, we walked down to the edge of the cliff next to the house and sat on a log. I took a deep breath "Jacob imprinted yesterday, on Kristy" I told her, she looked sad but sighed "Sam told me last night, I wanted to give you some time, but I'm guessing you didn't come here just to tell me that, you're leaving aren't you?" she asked softly, I nodded "I'm sorry Em, I need to go somewhere else, there's too many memories here, I'm gonna finish school in Florida and see where life takes me, I'll be back just not for a while" I told her gently. She smiled and wiped her eyes before pulling me into a hug "You'll always be my sister, no matter what, so I accept this, I won't try to get you to stay, just call me, everyday" she said, I laughed and agreed.

I left after that and went home, Charlie helped me get all my stuff downstairs then I went to bed, I woke up at 7am and made breakfast for Charlie, we put all of my stuff in his cruiser since he would be dropping me off. I went to Jake's around 10 because I knew he would have patrol, I got out letter in hand and knocked on the door. Billy answered looking confused when he saw me standing there, normally I'd just walk in and ask if he wanted anything to eat, he moved aside so I could come in but I shook my head and cleared my throat "Can you give this letter to Jacob when he gets back?" I asked him, understanding lit his face followed by understanding and sadness, he nodded and I hugged him "Thank you, can you make sure my dad eats and takes care of himself please?" I asked, "Of course Bella, take care of yourself and come back soon" he said, I nodded "Goodbye Billy, thank you for everything" I said before I walked back to my truck. When I got back to the house Charlie and I sat and talked for an hour before we got in the cruiser to go to Seattle, as he pulled away I saw Jake run out of the forest in just a pair of cutoffs, Charlie looked at me, I closed my eyes "Just go dad, please" I said and he sped up.