Author has written 2 stories for Twilight.
I am a 30 yo mom of 3 amazing kids! I have an awsome husband, (well most times, lol), seriously I love him to death. I am a stay at home mom and I absolutely love to read fanfiction. I have found several stories on here that out do the actual books.
Favorite book: *Twilight, but I also adore the Sookie Stackhouse series.
Favorite pairings: Jasper x Bella ; Peter x Bella ; Sookie x Eric
Favorite genre: Horror, Supernatural, Angst, and of course gotta love Romance
I have one story I'm working on right now, it is a JxB fic. If you read it please review so I can see what I need to work on, and what parts if any I am doing good.
I'm thinking of doing my next story on Peter and Bella a hundred years after Breaking Dawn. I just don't think that Bella would stay a mom and wife for over that long without learning to live a little. Its hard enough doing it the short time we are here, and lets face it, Bella doesn't know anything about real life. She is just a child with a dream, and needs to grow some at some point and see that she let her whole life go for a guy she meet in her teens.
Out of the mouth of babes:
My 11 year old son is sitting between me and my oldest daughter on a bench outside. We are waiting on the remaining clothes at the laundry mat to finish up drying. We are hot and just wanting to feel the cool air outside. My son is sitting in between us so he isn't getting a breeze like we are. He looks at us and says, "I'm getting turned on." We look at him and start cracking up thats just funny, my daughter is snorting and holding her stomach trying to get out, "EWWW,..that ain't right, your mom and step sister turning you on." We continue to laugh and it finally dawns on the poor little thing what has come out of his mouth. "NO, NO, NO, that ain't what I meant! No, Just No, I meant..." my daughter then snorting while laughing and talking, "It don't matter that is funny stuff! You are never living this down!!"
We are sitting at the table eating some mashed potatoes, mac & cheese, green beans, and pork chops. We all have a fork and knife to complete this task of eating. My son cuts his up, large chunks but what do you expect from a 9 year old at the time. My daughter who is 12 at the time and has been cutting up her own food for a very long time says, "What is wrong with these pork chops?" She keeps sawing, and cutting and sawing and isn't getting anywhere. She looks at me and says, "I think you burnt them really bad or something." We look at her and watch her for a minute, cause I know they are not burnt. And she is trying to cut the bone in the meat with her little knife. I say, "You can't cut up bone. can't eat it anyways." She looks at me so confused and says, "Pork chops don't have bones!" At this point we are all laughing our butts off, and bless her she still is trying to cut into her pork chop bones, cause they are not suppose to be there. After about 5 minutes of watching her laughing I have to take her plate away and cut out the bone and show her it isn't meat. She still isn't sure I was feeding her pork chops to this day, cause my pork chops never have bones. (I do usually get the boneless, but they were on sell that day and though wth.) I can't wait till she gets grown and buys pork chops!
10 Reasons I Love Jasper!
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