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Enough Bella, I’m not going to write notes anymore like a bunch of sekunde graders. Your living the life wewe want to and now wewe have to deal with the consequences. I can’t handle this anymore. I’m protecting myself from getting hurt so don’t call, don’t write, and don’t even think about me! If I need to talk to wewe for any reason, I will get a hold of YOU. It won’t happen anytime soon so don’t hang out kwa the phone au anything….
I slowly dropped the rain soaked note back onto the jikoni table. Well if Jacob wanted me to leave him alone I would. As I pulled myself from my hivi karibuni memorandum, I swear I could smell something burning. I quickly ran over to the stove and discovered that I had left an empty pan on a lit burner. I soon placed the contents of me and Charlie’s chakula cha jioni, karamu into it and got cooking. kwa that time Charlie had heaved himself off his chair and came to sit in his chair in the kitchen.
That was a bad sign-I knew he was about to start questioning-but I disregarded it, I was too busy worrying about Jacob.
“So what did Jake’s note say, Bells?”
“Not much...” I hedged, wanting to sidestep the inayofuata conversation that I knew was coming.
“Oh come on, I saw zaidi ink on that note than the last one. He had to have alisema something for wewe to be uigizaji like this”
My eyes went into a squint
“ wewe read the note, didn’t you?” I alisema outraged
“ I don’t think you’re the type to wait kwa the phone Bells.” He alisema slowly, embarrassed kwa getting caught.
“ Gah! I never get any privacy around here!” I complained, although I knew it was almost the complete opposite, I got zaidi than enough.
At that exact moment two knocks on the door- making little noise- sent my moyo into a frenzy, and consequently saving Charlie from hearing anymore of my useless ranting.
I turned off the burner before I went to open the door.
The last time I had seen Edward was Friday night. He went with Emmett and Jasper to go hunting at a wildlife reservation with an elk problem. Although I hadn’t seen him for two days he still remained untouched. He was just as perfect as he was the last time I had seen him. His bronze hair was its usual do. His hands clasped a small package. As soon as I noticed it he quickly put it behind his back. I quickly looked at his beautiful face and noticed his lips held a smile quite like the one I loved.
“Hey..” I alisema deviously interlacing our hands together.
“Hello” He said, still smiling.
“Hey Edward. How was your weekend?” Charlie asked to my complete surprise.
He had been giving Edward a hard time since he came back, but maybe he was starting to see how happy I was again, I thought hopefully. He would have to give Edward a break, I mean since I planned on spending the rest of eternity with him.
“ It was fine, nothing terribly exciting. I see wewe are about to eat dinner, if you’ll excuse me…” He alisema slipping into the living room and out of my grasp-which I thought was firm but apparently not.
I raised my eyebrows at the action, but I’d ask him about it later, I was actually hungry and couldn’t ignore that fact. As I finished our chakula cha jioni, karamu I pondered. I quickly caught myself as soon as I realized I was thinking about Jacob.
Banishing him from my thoughts, I sat our plates down and began to eat my spaghetti. Slowly twirling my fork between the noodles. Jacob soon came back into my line of vision; my eyes were closed not remembering do so , I quickly opened them and found that Charlie was staring at me with deep concern in his eyes. He probably thought I was worried about Edward but-for once- that wasn’t the case. My eyes averted his and I swiftly turned them back to my swirls of noodles. I suddenly Lost my appetite, and put plastic wrap, upangaji pamoja over my leftovers and shoved them into the refrigerator. I sat back down staring at the now damp note.
Charlie was finished with his chakula cha jioni, karamu too. He stood up and went to the sink and started washing his plate. Usually I would object and offer to do them. But I was still deep in thought. I felt like I need to slap my self. Jacob alisema not to think about him. That was easier said, than done.
Charlie finished washing his dishes and walked back into the living room. As Charlie entered, Edward exited. He came and sat where Charlie had and with almost the same expression. I wouldn’t have allowed Charlie to ask but it was Edward and I could tell him anything.
“ Bella, what’s wrong?” He finally asked
“Ugh, it’s Jacob.” I alisema handing him the note Charlie had aliyopewa me from Jacob.
He didn’t like that I was thinking about Jacob, that much was easy to read in his eyes. As soon as he finished kusoma it he put it down and quickly grabbed me, pulling me into his arms. He softly stroked my hair and rocked me as if someone had died. That wasn’t the case, but it sure felt like someone had.
“ Bella love, I’m so sorry. I know how much he means to you.” He alisema softly still stroking my hair.
I could feel my eyebrows pushing together. What was with these people? First Charlie and now Edward? Was it opposite day? Why was everyone uigizaji so…so strange?
“I know” I alisema exhaling and taking one of his hands, “It’s just hard to do what some people ask, wewe can’t help but do the opposite of what they want.”
“Hmm..that sounds like similar situation that I, myself have been put in..” He alisema in a soft but serious tone.
I looked up at him and realized he must feel the same way I do now when I ask him to change me into a vampire. I immediately felt guilty, but pushed all of it away— the worry, and Jacob into the back of my mind. I had to swali him on the small bundle he had carried with him when he came here.
“So. What is in your other hand?” I questioned since I had his left hand in both of mine. He was obviously keeping the right far away from me.