"Oh." Alice gasped.
"My." Rosalie gasped.
"God." They finished together.
"And wewe never showed us this before why?!" Emmett boomed.
They were staying in our guest house. That's why there was a heavy door and it's own key. wewe walked in two a miniture halway when wewe first walked through the door. The first room was big and open. The jikoni froming an L straight ahead. The living room and jikoni were sepreated only big a big, plush, creamy, white rug. A sectional that matched the rug was placed infront of a small coffee meza, jedwali and a fifty-two inch television. On the ukuta beside the jikoni was a big bay window with a tall cafe meza, jedwali infront.
Two little hallways set off the bedrooms. The first hallway led into the black-green-brown bedroom. "Dibs." Edward turned and told the guys.
The bedrooms were set up like hotel bedrooms. There was a bathroom to the left that had a shower. It was white tiled and crome finished.
The inayofuata hallway led to the other two rooms. On the right was the white-gray-cool blue room. "Dibs." Emmett told Jasper.
The one on the left was the black-green-orange room. "Well then I get this one." Jasper called.
"Dude." Emmett walked to beside me. "I might just come songesha in with wewe and live in here."
"Talk to Charlie." I shrugged.
"Bella this is amazing. When did wewe guys do this?" Alice plopped down on the couch.
"Well, Charlie wanted his agent to have a place to stay to his own when he came down. So since we didn't need the extra bedrooms, we turned it into a guest house. I picked out the furniture and colors of course." I commented.
"It's the sekunde coolest part of your house." Rose was sitting on the counted in the kitch, Emmett stood inayofuata to her.
I looked over at her puzzled. I was sure this was the coolest part of the house.
"Your room!" She laughed. "Let's go check it out." She smiled and hopped down.
I left the door open for the guys and walked them to my room.
"The last time I was in here it was pink polk-a-doted and wewe still had your bunkbeds." Alice laughed.
"Well, I've grown up." I smiled.
"Wll, I've grown up." Bella smiled.
Grown up indeed. Her long mahongany hair rippled down her back like a dark sea of waves. It balanced her creamy-milkly skin and her chokoleti brown eyes were wide but on longer childlike. Just wonderous.
She had switched from her hoodie and blue jeans, to tan shorts and a baby blue polo. She had a ankle bracelet on the left and a toe ring on her right foot.
"Go on up the stairs. I'm going to get snacks." Bella turned to walk out the door.
"I'll help." I called, following behind her.
She turned around and smiled but kept walking. "You didn't have to." She called over she shoulder.
"I wanted to." I smiled though she couldn't see it. Some how I knew she could feel it.
We stopped in the jikoni and she thought for a second. "Maybe we should go ahead and fix the burgers. It's already six thirty. Can wewe cook on the gril?"
"Like a Mother." I told her.
"Okay." She laughed and picked up the hamburger meat up off the counter, tearing the plastic with a knife. "Oh, hey. Could wewe go up and tell them wewe and I are fixing this?"
"Sure." I left her dumping out the meat and took the stairs two at a time.
"Hey, guys. Bella and I are going to go ahead and fix the burgers and stuff." I popped my head in Bella's extra room.
"Need some help?" Emmett asked.
"No." I answered a little to quickly. "No. We got it. Thanks though."
"Uh hu." Emmett smiled.
I rolled my eyes and made my way back down stairs.
Bella had all of the burgers patted out and on a plate waiting to be fixed. "How did wewe do that so fast?" I asked.
"You're just slow." She smiled grabbed the plate. She laughed a little as she made her way around me and out the back doors.
I smiled and followed after her. "So, where's Charlie?"
She smiled sheepishly. "Seattle."
"When will he be back?"
"Tomorrow night." She smiled again.
"Bella Swan!" I laughed.
Her smile grew and she blushed. "Well, I knew that if I told wewe all that some way au another it would slip infront of your parents and then we would be able to do this."
I laughed again and pulled her into a hug. "I upendo you."
She put her arms arouns my waist and squeezed. "I upendo wewe too." She pulled away and tilted her chin to kiss me then let go and walked back into the house.
I smiled to myself and put the burgers on the grill. When they were done, I put them back on the plate and brought them back inside.
"Now isn't the best time." I heard Bella at the door.
"Who's cars are those?" I heard a ruffed voice ask.
"That's none of your buisness." She scowled.
I set the plate on the counter and turned the corner.
Jacob Black was standing in the door way, Bella was blocking his way in. I walked and stood behind her. "Is there a problem?" I asked him.
"What's Cullen doing here?" He asked Bella, clearly not liking the idea.
"His name is Edward." He huffed.
"What are wewe doing with my girl?" He asked.
"Jacob!" She glared at him. "I'm not your girl!"
"I think wewe should leave." I told him.
"You don't speak for her." He growled.
"Yes he does." She told him. "Leave Jacob. Now."
"You're in for a rude awakening." Jacob hissed at me. I lifted my eyebrows in responce. He glared at me once zaidi before turning on his heels. Jacob and his gang weren't really the fightening type. They were all talk, no bite. Real scary. I stiffled a laugh.
"I'm sorry." Bella sighed. "He's just, pretty much in upendo with me." She laugehed without humor, clearly anoyed.
"Well, I'm not scared of him." I shook my head and laughed.
"You shouldn't be." She laughed.
There was another knock on the door and she turned to answer it. "Officer Mark?"