We all stood still from the shock of thinking someone dangers came inside. Everyone just stood there and looked at the person with a look that alisema really.
“Why is everyone looking at me like that?” Jasper said. “Did something happen?” He alisema sounding zaidi apprehensive kwa the second. We all just looked at him. “Are wewe guys going to answer me au just look at me like I’m nuts?” he stated.
“Honey, were not trying to freak wewe out au anything. It’s just that Bella just got a very disturbing call from her father. He called to threaten her about her Marafiki and family. When wewe walked through the door we thought it was Charlie au someone else because of what he threatened sorry baby.” Alice Explain. Jasper looked from Alice to me then back to Alice then to the boys. After a few sekunde of looking back and forth Alice spoke again saying. “Breath, honey. It’s okay.” She alisema over and over again.
“Okay. I am okay now.” Jasper said, looking at Alice one zaidi time. “So where are mom and dad and Rose?” He asked, as if the last conversation ever happened a few dakika ago.
“Umm Jasper, we all thought wewe rode over with them.” I said. “I thought wewe were staying with the parents and rose because of the fact that they didn’t know how to get to my house.” I said, the zaidi and zaidi I thought about this it worried me. Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Cullen have always been there but they are never good at directions. Also I am not feeling so great about the threat that Charlie made.
“No they told me to go and tell wewe guys they wanted to go and do some stuff and that they will be here soon and that Rose knows how to get here now because she goggled your address a couple days ago.” He said. I didn’t know what to think of what’s going on.
“Okay.” I said. “Well I am going to go up stairs and take a shower. Call me down when the rest of them get here.” I stated. I just needed a hot, cooling and relaxing bath. Then take a nap possibly.
The warmth of the kuoga was amazing. He felt relaxing and it felt absolutely soothing. All the stress that I was feeling was drained down from the water that was beating down on me. I passed out in the kuoga and didn’t remember waking up until the inayofuata morning.