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Lost and Found

Summary:
Carrie, an abused teenager, has moved to Forks, Washington. She longs to find freedom, but is it as she has expected? Will she ever find happiness. Sorry I suck at summaries. My first fanfic. Read and review please. rewrite with chicke


Notes:
Disclaimer: I do not own twilight and my friend doesn’t mind being a character and is looking forward to what I write Lost and Found A Twilight crossover Pairings usual except for Edward/my character Bella/Jacob My character is based on my best friend, the only one that I ever trust. There are similarities between them, but this one has an ending. I’m trying to write it as if from her point of view. It will change POV sometimes. Senior year, Edward and Bella have split for good, but the Cullens haven’t left. I would like a review or something before I post the next chapter


3. Chapter 3

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Chapter 3 School and Work Part 1 Beep Beep Beep Be-. ‘Stupid watch,’ I thought as I turned it off. It’s not all that hard for me to get up believe it or not, for I'm such a light sleeper. I think it as more as meditation. I uncurl myself and I stretch out as best as I am able. As I thought I'd be I'm really sore and stiff from yesterday. I grab my school bag and crawl out of my den then headed towards my outdoor shelter around ten feet from the entrance. The sounds of wildlife are the closest thing I have ever had as a housing environment. To me birds chirping and rustling bushes were like the buzz of a television or radio to normal people. When I got to my shelter I prepared for the day as best as I could. I head out to the pond to bathe. On the way I eat an apple so that I would have energy for the day. After all was said and done it was fifteen till six and I decided now would be a good time to head out. It was roughly an hour’s walk to town and about an additional fifteen minutes to get to the high school. It was also raining but that didn't bother me much, for I always loved the rain. I put the garbage bag over my form to help keep me dry. My head was covered by my hood from my sweater. About halfway to town I heard a car fast approaching me from behind. Out of reflex I turn around to look to see what was coming. The vehicle went by so fast that the only thing I could see was a streak of silver, and it was gone as fast as it came. I thought to myself, ‘There’s an accident waiting to happen. I mean its ridiculous to go that fast, especially on these wet roads. That’s one car you'll never find me in.’ The rest of the walk to town was uneventful at least the view was better then others. Small towns always have a sort of charm not found anywhere else. As I thought, it was going on seven by the time I got to town. I started seeing more vehicles pass me by and I noticed that a lot of them held kids my age so I walked in the direction they were headed. I had to cover my ears as an old red truck drove by. The engine was really loud and my ears are sensitive enough as it is. I looked and saw a girl driving it, but I didn't get a real good look at her. I finally arrived at the school when I came to a sign that said Forks High School. If it wasn't for that and the vehicles I would have walked right past it. I wouldn't really call it a school, more like a collection of buildings. I walked to the first building for it had a sign that said main building on it. I could already feel some stares directed my way, but I ignore them. I take off the garbage bag, shook it off and stuck it into one of my large pockets. I walked in and felt the warmth wash over me. I don't mind the cold, but I don't like being cold while in school. The lady behind the desk was wearing a T-shirt and jeans. As usual I felt kind of under dressed in my rags, but I brushed the feeling off. I'm used to it. I walked up to her with my unemotional face in place. “Excuse me,” I said. She looked me up and down before asking, “Can I help you?” “I'm a new student and I need my schedule, please.” I told her while keeping my tone and face impassive. “Oh right.” She looks through some papers. She grabs a small stack and looks at the name in top. “Are you Carrie,” she asks. I nod and reply with a quite yes. “Well what’s your last name dear? There doesn't appear to be one on record.” “I don't use my last name, for in a sense I don't have one.” I replied. “Oh, so you're an orphan.” She looks at me with pity. I hate it when people do that. “Can I just have my schedule?” I asked more like demanded and I stuck my hand out. She looked at me for a moment before she hands me a map with all the best routes highlighted. She then handed me another paper and said that I had to have all my teachers sign it and return it at the end of the day. She also explained that the free period at the end of the day I could either go to a study hall, the computer lab or the library, or go home for the day. I decided to use that time to look in the school dumpster's for any food I could take. Sounds thrilling don't it. Well we all do what we must to survive I guess. My schedule was English, Latin, a science block that was a mix of chemistry and physics, ends with biology, lunch, a math block of Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus, gym, then free period. I looked at the map and quickly memorized it, for it was a simple layout. I noticed that I had roughly fifteen minutes until the official start of the school day. I walk out of the building and I can already feel more stares then before, along with more whispers thick in the air. Just like at all my other schools I ignored them all. I look up to see where I'm headed and observe my surroundings. I scan over the other students. I spot the loud truck that I had the displeasure of running into before. I see it next to a silver Volvo. ‘Could it be the speeding one that I barely saw earlier?’ I thought to myself. Around these vehicles I notice there are six teens around my age. I recognize one as the driver of the truck. The others I noticed were quite beautiful, model worthy in fact. ‘Great,’ I thought. ‘Now I feel even worse about my self than usual with them around. They are probably stuck up or something. Use to their looks to getting them things. Oh well. They stay out of my way; I'll stay out of theirs.’ At that moment the one with what looked like bronze hair locked eyes with mine. My heart may have skipped a beat, but I doubt it. I would have blushed if my life hasn't been like it has been, if I was normal, not an abomination as I have been told repeatedly. I look away and head toward my first class. Edward POV (Emmett, Rosalie, Jasper and Alice will still be going to school.) Something is going to happen today, I can feel it. There’s some kind of strange charge in the air. It feels like urgency, but for what? It doesn't stick around for long though. And that vision that Alice had last night was unusual. She said something was coming, something that would be of great value and importance to us. She couldn't see who or what it was for it was too blurry and obscured in shadows. It kind of set us all on edge for we had no idea what it could be or what it meant. We were all sitting in the living room. By we I mean Alice, Jasper, Rosalie, Emmett and I. Carlisle had already gone to work. It was sort of unusual for all of us to be sitting together like this in the morning. We were all feeling something concerning Alice’s vision. I wonder if they feel what I feel. Esme came out at that moment. “You better get going my dears, you don't want to be late do you?” she said. With that we gathered our things and left to the garage and piled into my silver Volvo. I was in the drivers side, Emmett was riding shot gun. Alice was in the middle in the back. Rosalie was to her right and Jasper to her left. I peeled out and took off down the road as usual. About half way to town I started to have this weird feeling, but I couldn't place what it was. Everything was starting to feel kind of hazy. “Do you guys feel that?” Jasper asked. Everyone replied with a positive. I didn't really pay attention to the figure along side of the road. It appeared to be a homeless person, if the garbage bag and what appeared to be rags it was wearing were any indication. Shortly after passing the figure the feeling started to pass. “That was weird,” stated Rosalie. Before anyone of us could respond there was a gasp from Alice. She was having a vision; she came out of it a short while later. “What ever that feeling was, was to let us know that it has arrived. I still can't see anything. I have a feeling that will be our only clue and the rest is up to us.” she said. “I don't like this,” growled Rosalie. “It reminds me of that whole Bella situation again. No offense Edward.” she directed to me. “None taken,” I told her. Bella and I broke up shortly after the start of school this year, about a couple of months ago. The whole Victoria issue has been resolved. It turned out that she was killed by some of her own newborns; she created too many at once. We took care of the newborns later. We still broke up though. I was tired of her always asking me to turn her. She couldn't see that I was unwilling to do so, just like the rest of the family. But the straw that broke the camels back, so to speak, was that I found out she started to see that mutt, Jacob Black, behind my back. I have come to realize that we could be nothing more then friends. We still speak, but I have a hard time being around her like I use to for she smells so strongly of that wolf. We arrived at school, got out and we all waited for Bella as usual. And of course, Rosalie was pouting about it. Bella pulled into next to us a few moments later, got out of her truck and leaned against the front close to us. “Hey guys,” she greeted. We said our usual greetings, but it must have sounded a bit distracted. Bella was looking us over; she knew us well enough to know that something was up. “Is there something wrong you guys? You seem kind of, I don't know, different.” she questioned her eyes still scanning each of us. “Nothing Bella,” I told her. “We just have a lot on our minds right now. Alice had a weird vision, and we all have this weird feeling too, but we don't know what to make of it. Don't worry it has nothing to do with you.” I told her as I saw some panic start to leak onto her face. She calmed down shortly afterwards though, due to me telling her that and Jasper sending some calming influence her way. “Oh I haven't told you guys yet, but a new family moved into town. They live almost as far out as you guys do. They moved into that old abandoned house. Charlie told me that he met with the daughter; she’s our age and will be in our class. He said she seemed like a nice girl. He did say that it was weird that she didn't have any help getting all the furniture into the house. He said that he offered to help, but she refused it. After she refused, she walked over, picked up a couch and took it into the house. He said that he was really surprised that a girl like her could do that. He just left after that, seeing how she could handle it and everything,” she said. That grabbed some of our attention. I noticed a figure headed toward the main building. It was raining and the figure had a garbage bag over it clothes. “Maybe that’s her,” I said, nodding toward the figure. "I think we passed her on the way here.” We all turned to look. “I can't believe were acting like a bunch of humans,” sneered Rosalie. Emmett wrapped one of his massive arms around her shoulders. “Don't worry Rose. This way we blend in more right,” he questioned with a grin on his face. With that said Bella and Alice started talking about things that have been going on. Bella hasn't visited since we broke up. The others added something every now and then. I just stood there listening to the gossip that was already going around when a new figure has been spotted. A few minutes later I saw the new figure emerge from the main building. I took some time to study them. It did appear to be a female with the high cheek bones just barely visible. It’s hard to tell for she still holds most of her baby fat. Her hair appeared to be long. The length undetermined since it was tucked under her hoodie. Her clothes did sort of look like rags, but not too bad. They appeared to have belonged to someone over twice her size and have been crudely taken in. Her skin was really pale, on the border of being sickly, but still nice looking. Her face has some blemishes, but that’s to be expected. She also had dark circles under her eyes. I began to wonder if she was a vampire with the pale skin and dark circles under her eyes. But I put a stop to that. Her eyes were a brown color, and her features were quite plain and average looking. I see that see has a small bit of potential, but she wasn't beautiful like a vampire. I was brought back to the group by Alice. “Careful Edward, you don't want to get caught do you?” she asked. I just glared at her and listened to what was happening in the group. “How about we go to the café after school, we can talk to catch up. I really missed talking to you guys.” asked Bella. “Tomorrow Bella,” I promised. At that moment I looked up and locked eyes with the new girl. It lasted for a few moments. I noticed that the emotionless mask on her face didn't change in the least, nothing changed. I tried to listen to her thoughts but got nothing. I looked away and groaned. “What’s wrong Edward,” asked Jasper “I can't read her mind,” I stated. “Not again!” That was Rosalie. “It’s not the same.” I said “How so,” asked Bella. “I can feel it,” I said.” I can feel it, connected with it to some extent, I just can't read it.” “What do you feel?” Jasper asked. “I'm not sure how to describe it. It was blanketed. I felt numb. It is like a numbness surrounding her mind.” I said. Emmett went beside Bella and wrapped an arm around her shoulders. “Congrats Bella,” he said jokingly, “you have cursed us.” With that said we went on our way to class.