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You and Me

Bella, Edward, and the rest of the crew are fifteen. When the Cullens move to Forks, everyone falls in the normal teenage routine. Except Edward. He can't seem to fit in any where. Until he meets a group of people who except him. Including Bella Swan, a quite, beautiful girl that he seems to be falling in love with. AU ITS FINISHED! I changed the title name, from Same Faces Different Circumstances to You and Me. If you listen to the song You and Me by Lifehouse you'll understand why. 102k212.jpg Converse love image by holli1018The picture in this story and the rest of my stories, are NOT mine! The people who they belong to are in the chapter notes!

This idea just kind of poped into my head. The whole story will be in Ed's POV I think I might make one in Bella's or Cat's. I hope you like it!

1. Moving Day

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“I can’t believe were leaving,” I said looking at our house on the outskirts of Chicago.

“I know, but it’s going to be great living in Forks,” Alice gushed, “Less shopping maybe, but. . . ah man it’s going to be bad isn’t it?” I just nodded once and got in my father’s Mercedes it seemed he and my mother were the only ones excited about the move. Rose was depressed about leaving all of her friends. Emmett and Jasper weren’t too bad as long as they weren’t leaving Rose and Alice. We were only fifteen yet they had found their “soul mates”. Man did that sound cheesy. But hell it wasn’t illegal, we were all adopted.

“Why are we moving anyways? Technically your paycheck is decreasing.” Rosalie whined to our dad.

“Well, your father’s lawyer just released his inheritance and it was quite a bit, so he doesn’t have to make so much any more. We thought it would be nice if we moved to a smaller town.” Mom said excited.

I groaned and put my headphones in. I wasn’t liked in a school with nearly six thousand kids; imagine how it’ll be with only like two thousand five hundred people. I listened to the steady beat of the music as the road stretched on in front of us. I could faintly hear Alice and Rose discussing the shopping spots. Emmett was thinking about the sports in Forks I just know it. Jasper was busy starring at Alice, and my mother was listening to an interior design CD, she had it in her mind that she was designing the whole house.

Five hours, and probably two hundred songs later we were pulling into a long drive way. I could only imagine the walk it would take to get to the mailbox.

As soon as we pulled up Alice was out of the car and dancing up the steps. This house wasn’t a house it was a mansion, there would be no dispute over rooms there was probably fifteen.

I went to pick out my room while the movers took the boxes and put them on the ground. Alice had already found the room with the biggest closet. Jasper had automatically picked the one right next to hers. Rose was busy trying to find the biggest mirror. Emmett was waiting for her to pick so he could have one next to hers, like Alice and Jasper. I was looking for the room with the most wall space. The shelves and shelves of CDs I had, had to go somewhere.

I finally found one with a wall large enough so that I could fit them all on one wall. One of the other walls was completely glass it was kind of cool. But I would probably be waking up at the crack of dawn. Oh well it was big enough. I went downstairs again to get my boxes and bring them up. I paced the movers bringing Rosalie’s bed frame up. She was right behind them yelling at them if they got too close to the wall.

I continued down stair and picked up a box of my CDs.. I took me sixteen trips just to get all of the CDs up. I would have done more but mom called us done for dinner.

Al was bouncing up and down in her seat when I walked in.

“What’s up?” I asked, for goodness sake it was just dinner!

“School’s going to be great tomorrow I just know it,” she squealed. I winced and sat down. Alice may be right about a lot of stuff but tomorrow was not going to be great.