I won't bore te guys about excuses as to why I haven't written in so long (I know I always take a month...) But I am Sorry about the fact that I write so slowly (I just get addicted to some Fanfic's on here, and I can't write until I finish them).I would also just like to thank Halunik again because without her I would have never been able to write/type this chapter, And thanks for the pushes for me to write quicker... I try. Also thank te too everyone who's reads my story and commenti it means alot to me.
Hope te enjoy, this chapter was the hardest one so far to write.
We were outside, and I had to admit it wasn't what I thought it was going to look like. I mean they had dirt roads and everything, but it was actually quite nice, there weren't big buildings and the village seemed peaceful. Tash's place was hidden, te couldn't see it if te were walking by, unless te knew it was there and were actually looking for it.
We walked down a dirt pathway to get to the Village. There were actual horse's pulling the carriage's I mean I had only seen them in movies, but I had to admit I liked them, I actually wanted to go for a ride in one.
Everyone seemed very happy and calm, it was very different to what I was used to, and I kind of liked it. And they were all wearing the same type of clothes as me, I would called it old fashioned but since this is in the past I couldn't really say that.
Tash had been talking to me for awhile now, and I was trying to remember all the things she was telling me since she detto they were vital to saving all Vampire's. (Note: These will come as flash backs over the successivo chapters)
"Tash when will I see Edward?" I asked, it had been 20 minuti of walking and all I really wanted to do was see Edward... And maybe go in one of thoes carriage's, they looked like they would be fun.
"Well, I checked where he was going to be today, and I decided that we needed to be in a large crowd, so that he doesn't notice you. Because if he does, that might changed a lot of things in the future." I nodded. "He was going to be in the main hall, at roughly 11:00am until mid-day. It's 10:45am now, so we have 15 minutes, to get to the main hall." Tash said. I'm lucky that i'm a long dress so I could wear my converse, otherwise my feet would be killing me from this walk.
"Bella look." Tash detto after a few minuti of walking, she was pointing to a big building ahead of us.
"That's the main hall." Tash stated. I was amazed at how big it was. I wasn't sure what I was expecting, but it wasn't anything like this.
We walked through the front doors. Tash was right, it was crowded. There had to be a couple hundred people in here. Tash took my hand and lead me through the crowd, and stopping me from falling flat on my face. We walked up a flight of stairs, it wasn't nearly as busy up here that it was down there. The good thing about it up here, was that I could see everyone down stairs and I knew Tash had already been here and worked out that this would be easier. We were kind of off to the side, and it would be hard to see us, unless te were actually trying.
I was focused on the door just waiting for Edward to come through them any second. And For some reason I was starting to get nervous, which didn't make any sense because it wasn't like anything was going to happen. I checked the time it was 11am on the dot. I started to breathe heavily, I had no idea what was happening o why I was feeling like this.
"Okay Bella, Edward is just about to come through those doors." Tash pointed to the front doors that my eyes were already fixated on.
I stopped breathing. Waiting for Edward, with my eyes never leaving the door.
I let in a quick breath when the door opened. Only to be disappointed that it wasn't Edward. But then I could see him, clear as daylight. My Edward... kind of.
He hasn't changed, except his eyes. The lovely Topaz that I had grown accustomed to, were now a beautiful shade of Green. I wanted to run down the stairs, and jump into his arms. But knowing that I couldn't was killing me inside.
I watched him make his way through the crowd. Wishing I was down there with him. I turned to look at Tash but she wasn't there? "Tash?" I detto looking around. "Tash?" I called out louder. Where was she? "Tash?!" I tried again, but she was nowhere to be seen.
I looked down, and my eyes were focused on Edward again. No, I had to find Tash. It took a bit of effort but I managed to pull my eyes away from Edward. I couldn't find Tash anywhere, she wasn't up stairs with me, and I couldn't see her anywhere down stairs.
I quickly ran down the stairs. I was starting to freak out. What if I couldn't find her? How am I supposed to save all Vampiri#From Dracula to Buffy... and all creatures of the night in between. without help?
I was frantically looking around, but it was so hard to see over the crowd. I was twisting and turning, which was a terrible thing to do because successivo thing I know I'm tripping over my own two feet. I could feel my eyes getting watery, which was stupid I've fallen over so many times in my life I will forget it even happened, but I figured I must be getting teary because I have no idea what to do. As I could see the ground getting closer to my face, I felt to strong arms grab me around the waist, stopping me from falling. I looked up to say thank you, but stopped as soon as I saw his face. It wasn't just any person, it was THE person. The one that I love, the one that I have been waiting to see since I woke up here, the one that is in all my dreams and the one I want to be with forever. It was Edward. But he didn't know who I was, and with that thought the tears that had been in my eyes started to drop, one da one.
"Hey, are te okay?" He asked looking worried.
"I'm sorry." I detto trying to get out of his arms, but he wouldn't let me. My tears kept on falling, to my embarrasment.
"What is the matter?" Edward asked, he reached up and wiped my tears away. Which got me confused, why would he do that to a stranger?
"It's nothing. I'm sorry." And with that I got out of his arms, and walked out of the main hall. I couldn't hold back the sobs anymore, I started to run. How ironic, it started to rain. I fell over so many times, my hands were all scratched when I got home. But I didn't care. I curled up into a little ball and just let it all out.