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Abstract Reality

Summary:
17-year-old Ana Forrester has lost everything. Her parents, her place in this world, her story. After a near-fatal car crash, the Cullens take her in, where she meets Seth Clearwater. Soon, she realizes that her life may have a chance to turn itself around. But when the Volturi threaten Ana’s safety, she must make a choice between her new family, and the wrath of the Volturi. THIS STORY IS COMPLETE!!!!!!! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO READ & REVIEWED!!!! HOPE TO SEE YOU AT ROUND 2!!!!*~Nymphadora_Cullen~*


Notes:
In case anyone's wondering, in this story, Ana is 17, which means everything is happening now. Bella's been a vampire for two years, and Nessie is, I guess, about the physical representation of a ten or twelve-year-old. Also, I'm planning to do a playlist for this fic. Check the chapter notes to see what music works for each chapter If anyone has any questions, please leave a review.


15. Chapter 15: Epilouge: Together

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Epilogue: Together

Ever the world turns, making its rounds around the sun, changing our lives forever. Despite everything that happened, or maybe because of it, my world changed, but if for better or for worse, I have yet to find out.

Carlisle told me that I’d have that scar on my shoulder forever, but no one would notice it unless they happened to touch me there. Bella told me she had once had a scar exactly like the one I now sported, but it had been on her arm.

“Basically,” she stated, “It’s going to feel colder than the rest of your skin, and it’ll be whiter than your natural skin color.”

“I don’t mind,” I replied.

Seth didn’t mind either; he told me that I could call it a tattoo if I wanted to, and he’d gladly go with that story if possible. We sometimes went around, telling everyone that the scar was actually a tattoo from a La Push tattoo parlor in the form of a crescent moon. Everyone got a kick out of it, and despite the fact that they were the only people who knew the truth, the wolves and the Cullens still played along.

I felt happy here in Forks, peaceful. Dad had been right; he’d known that I’d enjoy Forks. Even though he couldn’t enjoy it with me, I felt like I belonged here, like I was supposed to be here.

Plus, I wasn’t alone; there was also my family.

Carlisle and Esme were like the parents I’d wanted my parents to be, caring, loving, always there when you needed someone to talk to, or something to talk about.

Emmett and Rosalie were my older brother and sister. Where he was fun loving, and willing to do anything with you, she was a great person to turn to for guy advice, and helpful with cars.

Alice and Jasper were, in a sense, my cousins, always there for a good time. Alice could be counted on to give good fashion advice, and had some good beauty tips. Jasper was the brother who hid in the corner, but he had a sensitive side, and was always happy to see me; Alice told me it was because of my emotional climate.

Edward and Bella were my twin brother and sister, basically. He had an arsenal of ideas, and a good composer, playing the soundtrack of his life and thoughts. Bella also could be counted on for a quiet afternoon, not to mention a bit of a silly side, always managing to cheer people up, even without Jasper’s help.

And Nessie, my best friend, the one person I could share my secrets with, even if I knew I’d tell someone else anyway. She was always there for a friendly word, or a walk in the woods. Without hesitation, I knew without a doubt that I’d be lost without her.

However, there was one special person in my heart.

Seth would always be there for me, ready for anything. Our favorite thing to do was to sit on the sands of First Beach watching the horizon for dolphins, or lying in the grass by Edward and Bella’s house. We couldn’t be parted from each other, as experience had taught us. We were forever joined at the hip.

That was the way we stayed until the next adventure. But that’s another story entirely.