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Edward's Twilight

Summary:
 The world is on it's axis...and reversed? What if: Edward was the vulnerable human? Bella was the powerful vampire? La Tua Cantante was not a problem with strong Bella? What if...there were other problems? Hey, you, yeah, you with the eyes. Come click on this story. It's worth it. Lol. Chapter 10 is up fool!


Notes:
OKAY! Well, I posted this before, but then I deleted it because I didn't like it anymore. BUT I just re-wrote it, so now I'm reposting it. Let's see how you guys like it now. Yes, the people are out of character, that's why you call it AU: alternate universe! hooray! anway... Disclaimer: It's pretty much all stephenie meyer's...except the idea. I don't own Eddie *hangs head in defeat*


8. Excited

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I woke up the next morning feeling better than I had since…well, ever.

I rolled over in bed, smiling to myself. Last night with Bella had been amazing; I had gotten to know so much about her. But still, I hadn’t gotten home until 10, and even after that, I had called Bella and we stayed up until 2 in the morning just talking.

I rubbed my tired eyes and got ready for school, making sure I looked okay. I was excited to see Bella again, but it wouldn’t help if I looked like crap. I never usually cared about what clothes I was wearing, until today. I picked out a long-sleeve dark green shirt that Renee always said looked good with eyes, and simple baggy jeans that hung low on my hips and had several rips in them. I wondered slightly if Bella thought I looked good. I mean, it probably wasn’t even a quarter of how I looked at her. She was a perfect angel, whereas I was a mousy weirdo.

I went downstairs and saw Charlie at the breakfast table, newspaper at hand and eating an omelet.

“Hey, I made you some too,” he said gruffly, nodding towards the counter.

“Thanks,” I said, grabbing it and some orange juice and sitting down at the table.

“So, we didn’t really get a chance to talk yesterday. How was school? Did you make any friends?” He asked, looking up from the newspaper.

“It was okay. Some nice teachers. Yeah, I made a few friends,” I said nonchalantly. I also kinda really like this girl who is sooo out of my league it’s not even funny. I decidedly kept that thought to myself.

“Really, like who?” he asked, looking back down.

“Er…Eric, Mike, Jessica, and Bella Cullen…” I ticked off quickly.

“Sounds good. Probably good kids. Wait, Cullen?” He paused. I panicked slightly. Did their family know Charlie? I don’t know why that freaked me out, it just did.

“Yeah,” I swallowed hard.

“Must be the doctor’s kid. Good family. Don’t listen to any of the crazy stuff anyone says about ‘em. They’re a nice couple with great kids. Never a lick of trouble from any of them,” Charlie said surely. Apparently not everyone thought so.

“Yeah, I met her brother and sister too. I thought they were nice.” And a bit creepy, but, well. “Really…good looking too,” I added.

“Yep,” Charlie laughed. “Nurses have a hard time concentrating on their work with Carlisle around. It’s a good thing they moved here though, he keeps the hospital running real well.”

“That’s good. Well, I should go. School’s about to start,” I said, getting up and washing my plate.

As I said goodbye and got in my truck, I realized that was the longest conversation I’d had with Charlie in years. Kinda sad, but so true.

When I got to school, I almost got whiplash from looking around the parking lot frantically. Calm down, Swan! I yelled at myself internally. The Volvo was there and I smiled before getting out.