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Dear Edward, I can't help but wish that you will miss me now that I am gone. After all, we had a lot of great times together. Though I hope you won't feel guilty and go and try to kill yourself, as I know you will try. It's not your fault that I am dead. It's mine. I didn't even attempt to move out of the way when the car came. Okay? But I do hope you let everyone know that I will miss them. Even if they hate me as much as you do, just let them know that. I hope you lead a normal life now, one with a normal vampire girlfriend, one where you are happy. Forever yours, Isabella Marie Swan

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5. Purple Hair

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I awoke to Bailey screaming. I yawned and stretched.

"You turned my hair purple?" She sounded outraged.

"Well, yeah." I answered. She sighed and sat down.

"Where are we anyway?" I asked curiously looking at the banks of the river Bailey sat next to and the forest surrounding us.

"Forks." She said automatically. "Near the...Cullen's house." She hesitated before saying their name.

"How do you know these things?" I asked without thinking.

"I've told you, I read about it. I know everything that should have happened." She said.

"Should have?"

"Yeah, none of this," She gestured around us. "Should have happened. You weren't supposed to die. Or meet me."

"Then what would have happened if I didn't die?" I was so curious.

"All I'm saying is that you were supposed to become best friends with Jake."

"Jacob Black? Billy Black's son?" I asked. She nodded, but refused to say any more.

"What are we going to do?" I said softly to the sky and laid back down on the most grass. For a while, none of us said anything.

"I don't know about you, but I want to go to Chicago." Bailey answered loudly.

"Bailey! You don't need to shout, I'm right here!" I got up.

"Stay here, I'm going to get my college fund, so we can get a house in Chicago and enroll in a school. Stay here." I emphasized greatly.

"I will! Sheesh! Just ‘cause I look like I'm 12 doesn't mean I am!" She said indignantly.

"Um...Bailey? You actually are 12." I told her gently.

"Oh, yeah. I forgot." I rolled my eyes and turned around.

I ran back to my house and found a ‘For Sale' sign on the front lawn. Tears pricked my eyes. Why would Charlie sell the house? Because I'd died? I ran at vampire speed and grabbed a backpack with my money and clothes inside. I sat down at the slow computer and went online and bought a house in Chicago. I sighed and went back outside. I wanted to make one last pit stop before I left. I bought a single red rose at the supermarket and ran to where I needed to go.

I ran through the thick foliage and opened the unlocked door. There it was, his piano. I expected to find an empty house, but for some reason the furniture was left untouched. I sat down at the stool and laid the rose on the keys.

"For you." I whispered and left silently.


I crept silently until I stood behind Bailey.

"Boo." I said. She jumped and the sky turned black. Thunder shook the trees, she turned and saw it was me. The sky returned to normal.

"You shouldn't scare me like that!" She said. I rolled my eyes.

"Well, I guess we're going to Chicago." She said.

"You don't sound to excited." I said.

"CHICAGO HERE WE COME!" She corrected.

"Better." I said.

Bailey is like my own personal sun. She kept away all my sorrows, my black clouds, and let me have the most fun I've had in months. I smiled. Here we go.