snow ball fight connection
Bella is stuck in the gym while Mike has his snowball fight... But she isn't alone. Set in twilight, the day Edward comes back. It never rained and Mike got his battle of the blizzard.
This came to me while I was reading Twilight for the fifth time. I hope you like it.
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Ugh. Mike's snowball fight is going to keep me here for hours.
I was so bored I would have done anything, so I took out Wuthering Heights and started reading.
I had just gotten to the fifth page when I heard the locker room door slam shut. I turned around to see who it was, only to find I was still alone in this big empty gym. I returned to reading.
A few minutes later I heard someones shallow breathing. When I turned around this time I saw Edward Cullen. He was walking slowly towards me. I forgot to breath when I looked into his golden eyes. When I started to fall, he ran to me, even though it seemed impossible that he would make it to catch me.
I closed my eyes and waited for impact of the cold hard wood floor. When I finally hit something it didnt feel like the gym floor. It was still hard and cold, but it felt more like two arms than the polished wood floor.
I opened my eyes and saw nothing but a pair of honey colored eyes staring at me. He just held me staring into my eyes like he didnt want to put me down. After a few minutes, he slowly set me back down on the bench I had fallen off of. I could feel electricity where our skin made contact.
When he started to walk away, without thinking, I grabbed his shirt. He turned back to face me with surprise in his eyes. I dont know why but I just didn't want to see him go.
"Edward, thank you for catching me, but please dont go."
He sat down next to me without another word. We sat in a comfortable silence for a while.He was the one to break it.
"Do you want to talk about something, Bella?"
"No, I just wanted someone here with me."
"We could talk, if you want?"
"No, it's okay."
We went back into silence. For a few minutes the only sound was the occational student laughing and escaping the snowball fight. I would be able to leave soon. For some reason that made me sad.
"What are you thinking?" Edward asked me.
"I said, what are you thinking?" He repeated patietly.
"I was thinking about how I should be able to get home soon."
"Because it looks like the snowball fight is calming down a little."
"Why do you sound sad about that?"
"I dont know. For some reason I dont want it to end."
"Neither do I, but all good things must come to an end." He sighed.
Just then the door opened, and a snowball went flying right for my face. I rose my hands up to prepare for the impact of the cold snow, but it never reached me. I looked up and noticed Edward was gone.
"Edward?" I called.
The door opened again and Edward walked in, snow dripping in his hair.
He looked at me and our gazes locked, and for that moment everything else in the world disappeared. I stood up and started walking towards him, it was like I had no control over my body. He just stood there for a few seconds, then he was right in front of me, his arms around me, staring into my eyes. My arms, on their own accord, went around his neck. We started to slowly lean towards each other. It was like we were the only two people on the planet, until Emmett broke our silent connection by yelling, "Hey Edward, there you are. Come on man, we're leaving."
Edward shot him a glare and Alice looked at Emmett like she was very aggravated with him. Her face softened, and she looked at me, mouthing the words 'I'm sorry' to me and Edward, as he and I released our grips.
I looked around and noticed everyone was looking at us, and whispering amongst themselves. I looked at the ground and blushed.Everyone would be talking about us tomorrow.
I was so embarassed I barely heard Edward whisper, "Goodbye."
When I looked up, he and his family were gone.
I stood there, frozen for a few seconds, before Mike and Jessica came up. Jessica glared at me and asked in semi-sweet voice, "Why did Edward Cullen have his arms around you?"
"I dont know." I was telling the truth, but I was going to try my hardest to find out. It was probably nothing. But I felt like I needed to know.