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There's a new girl in the town of Forks, she's smart, musical and down to earth. Sound like anyone we know? So what happens when she meets the Cullens? ES FINITO! Also some people haven't realized this, I changed the title of this from, 'A New Point of veiw' to it's current title 'Afterlife'. Sorry for the confusion! Also in this and all of my other stories the pictures do not belong to me I don't claim them in any way what so ever and I put who does own them in the chapter. Don't sue me please.colorful-12.gif image by Erka_03Someone left me a review with a banner! I was so happy but then my mouse got knocked and the review got deleted. So if you are that amazing person who made me a banner, can you please try and put it in another review? I would be eternally greatfull.

I own none of the characters in the fabulous Twilight Saga. The rest however are figments of my imagination. For anyone who knows me I picked the name for the main character because I couldn't think of a better one, and once I put it in there it just worked.

13. Chapter 13

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Chapter 13

Lord this boy is infuriating. His thoughts were giving me a headache. He was concerned about everything! Not just the huge stuff. He’d be concerned about whether or not Forks would turn into a farming country, if there was a five percent chance of that happening.

The stress he was putting himself under was enough to give anyone severe depression. Not only did he considered it a crime to turn his girlfriend into one of us, when she clearly wants it, but he thought it was his responsibility to not allow her to be in any danger at all times. How the hell does this girl live with him!!! What’s life without a little risk. If she didn’t love him, I would think she was turning into a vampire to get some freedom.

I walked back into the orphanage looking for my friends. I still needed to say goodbye and getting away from this idiot kid is just a plus.

I found them in the attic. As soon as I saw them I started to apologize. I was leaving them to deal with the dragon lady by themselves.

They were fine with it though. They thought that since I was the youngest, it was a good thing I was leaving first, because I would have to wait longer.

The only one who really was bitter was Aaron. I’ve been watching him more since Idiot mentioned that he was so nonchalant about his parents dieing. Turns out he’s pissed off. For some reason he thinks in a more destructive way then the rest of the world does.

He’s angry. Really Angry. At his parents for leaving him as his mind put it. The government for putting us in this hell whole. Maxi, Bridge, and I, for various reasons. Basically the whole world.

I was worried about him but I tried to ignore it. He’s been my friend for a long time now, and he’s never acted on any of his thoughts. People can’t be punished for their thoughts, or most of the people on this earth would be in Jail.

God, I leave Edward to get away from depressing thought and walk into another mine field of them. I said my final goodbyes and went back to the Mercedes. Damn that was a nice car. Who can afford that kind of car other then movie stars? But I guess I shouldn't be talking. My Jag is certainly...expensive.

I saw Carlisle at the bottom of the stairs trying to leave while the Dragon Lady was trying to get him to adopted someone else, anyone else. Her thoughts were bordering on murderous. She was mad she didn’t get the chance to kill me. I smirked imagining her trying to kill me. I wish I could stick around for that.

I walked up behind her then tapped her on the shoulder. She jumped out of her skin, and started swearing up a storm. I was trying to control my laughter ended up just smirking.

"Are we ready to go?" I asked Carlisle, hoping to god that he said yes.

"Yes we are come on." He said walking out of the door. I followed him. We walked down to the car where Edward was standing, and got in. I sighed knowing this was probably going to be the longest day of my life.