The Sunshine Train: Alice's Pink Volkswagon, and Edward's Pep Talk
This is a one-shot fanfiction of a fanifiction! The brilliant author of "The Sunshine Train" gave me permission to write these little stories! In this fanfiction I've turned around the point of view in one of the chapters in the original!
I really hope I do the original justice with this story!!!
1. Alice's Pink Volkswagon, and Edward's Pep Talk
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The Sunshine Train( A Fanfiction of a Fanfiction):
Alice’s Pink Volkswagen, Edward’s Pep Talk, and Lunch with the Cullens
The thoughts of a tiny human in a pink Volkswagen hit me with more force than normal. Apparently, it was a new car.
“You might to watch it, Em. It seems everyone’s favorite electric-shock pixie will go on the rampage if one drop of muddy water hits her precious new car,” I said with a laugh. Jasper immediately zeroed in on her. Just as she muttered a curse. Looks like little Alice knew who was riding shotgun this morning.
“Be nice to her, Jasper,” said Bella imploringly.
“I was planning to. If I stay away, she stays alive. What could be nicer than making every effort not to kill her?” Jasper replied.
“Damn it, Jazz. Be fair to the emotional side of her heart, or, so help me, I’ll bite her myself,” Bella said before getting out of the jeep. I looked at her and she lowered her shield. I mean it. The two of them are meant to be together, and I won’t let anything as stupid as her being human get in the way of that. He needs her. For crying out loud, he’s being as unreasonable as you were!
“I know, love, but he doesn’t. And he won’t until it’s forced in front of him,” I replied before taking her hand. Jasper got out of the jeep, and turned to Alice.
I caught the flow of her thoughts, and tried not to laugh. Golden-eyed God, incredibly sexy Southern twang; wow, I wonder if Bella ever thought things like that about me. Jasper could feel my laughter boiling up, though.
Just shut up, Edward. I don’t want to hear it. And stay out of her head!
I nodded and turned to Bella.
“So, how do you think I’d sound with a southern accent? Apparently, they’re ‘incredibly sexy’!” I said. She glared at me.
“You stay out of that poor girls mind. She’s having a hard enough time without you making jokes behind her back,” she replied. Emmett rolled his eyes.
“I saw that, Emmett,” Rosalie said reproachfully.
“Wow, she forgot how to reply to a simple good morning,” I said incredulously. Bella slapped me. She was just about to speak when I felt a surge of anger.
“Stay out of Alice’s mind!” Jasper growled furiously.
“Let’s just go to class!” Bella said. She tried to pull me away, but then Rose started arguing with Jasper.
“Will you just make up your damn mind, Whitlock? I’m so sick of dealing with vampire men who think they can just be a complete asshole to some human girl just because their too much of a fucking coward to either bite her or leave her the Hell alone for good! STOP ACTING LIKE EDWARD, DAMN IT!” she yelled before taking Emmett’s hand and walking away. Jasper looked at me.
“Sad to say, she actually has a point. I tried to ignore the way I felt about Bella, and it got me absolutely nowhere. As you can see, my efforts were totally in vain,” I said, unable to believe that I had just agreed with Rosalie.
The first part of the day went by without much more than the usual boredom until the lesson right before lunch. I heard his thoughts before I heard his footsteps. Jasper was running from the school. I searched for the thoughts of his English class as terror flooded through me and breathed a sigh of relief when I realized that everyone was fine.
I have to get away from here. I won’t hurt her. I can’t hurt anyone, but especially not her.
I quickly filled out a hall pass and proceeded to walk by Bella’s classroom. As I passed by, I whispered, “Something’s wrong with Jasper. Come with me, please.” I looked through the door’s window and saw her nod slightly. She filled out a hall pass and met me by the entrance. The Jeep was still in the parking lot, and Jasper wasn’t in it.
“Do you know where he might be?” she asked. I shook my head. “Alice might know where he is, but I don’t think it would be wise to let her know that we know about her visions.”
I shook my head again. I was afraid that Alice already had a fairly good idea as to what we were. I didn’t want to confirm anything just yet. That was Jasper’s job. We started by running through the woods near the school, keeping our eyes and ears open for any sign of him. Finally, we found him at the top of a tree, crying. I knew that if Jasper was crying, then something was truly wrong. Bella and I put our arms around his shoulders. He lifted his head.
“I don't want to be a monster” he said, his voice hoarse and rough.
“You don't have to be.” Bella said, her voice filled with sadness.
“But I do!” he shouted. “I can't help it. It's what I am! I don't want to have the urge to kill her as I sit next to her every day! I don't want to have to control myself every time I smell her! I want to hold her without having to worry about her!”
A round of dry sobs racked through him again.
“Every time I sit next to her, and smell her blood, all I want to do is lean over and sink my teeth into her neck. You know that every human smells pretty much the same to me, but Alice is a whole other story. Her blood is like an alcoholic’s rum, a smoker’s nicotine, or a cutter’s blade. It calls to me like each of those things calls to the one addicted to it, only it’s worse. I deny myself the object of my addiction because a world without Alice would be worse than Hell itself. Once I remember everything about her, I hate myself for even thinking about killing her, but then again I can’t even begin hate myself because I love her, and you can only love someone else as much as you love yourself because the one you’re meant to be with is your other half. Trust me, I know how the whole love and hate thing works. I have to feel it every second of every day!”
I knew what he was going through right now so I decided to try and get him to smile at least a little bit.
“You know that’s a good theory. Maybe that’s why Rosalie loves Emmett so much!” I said. It worked. I could tell that it wasn’t enough, though. “Jasper, there’s no way that you can escape how you feel about Alice. If you try, you’ll only hurt yourself and her. You have options. We have faith in you. You can control the monster. You are Jasper Hale, formerly Whitlock. Being a vampire has no control whatsoever on your heart other than the fact that it no longer beats. You are your own man. The rest of eternity is yours to decide for yourself. Now, it’s time for you to choose. Are you going to let some controllable figment of vampire nature keep you from actually being happy, or are you going to let Alice know how you feel and tell that monster to go to Hell?” I looked him straight in the eyes.
He actually thinks that I can handle her scent. It’s so powerful, but I’m strong. I love Alice. There’s no way I’ll let that monster hurt her. Edward’s right.
I smiled as he stood up. There was a slight smile on his face.
“Let’s go back to school. You know, not to be pushy or anything, but I’m sure I could get Alice’s phone number, and, after the minor heart attack she’d have when she heard your voice, I’ll bet she’d love to talk to you! That, or you could invite her to sit with us at lunch.” Bella said enthusiastically. Jasper shook his head. She frowned, and I could tell by the look on her face that she was planning something!
“You’ve got to crawl before you can walk. I’ll settle for English class tomorrow. Right now, I just need to think, and go over the situation in my mind while I can think clearly. After all, you and Edward proved that the only way to make a human-vampire relationship work is for the human to become a vampire. It’s all up to Alice. She holds my sanity in her hands,” he said pensively as we ran. He also joked with us about Bella’s human years of our relationship. “Rosalie is going to be pissed, but I think she’ll like Alice-not that she’d ever admit it. At least she’d have someone to shop with that won’t complain about getting a new pair of shoes!”
“Hey, I don’t need any new shoes. She’s already forced like fifteen pairs on me, and every time I swear that I will never shop with her again it doesn’t last because she guilts me into it! That girl fights dirtier than Edward,” Bella exclaimed.
“I do not fight dirty,” I said with feigned shock and hurt. She laughed loudly, and I shook my head in defeat. She knew me too well. If Rose says anything about me trying to be with Alice, the monster within me won’t be the only one told to go to Hell, Jasper thought confidently as we walked through the main doors. I smiled. The lunch bell rang, and we met Rose and Emmett at our usual table. They knew Jasper had skipped out on most of his English class, but they didn’t say anything to him about it. I was about to join their conversation when I heard Alice’s thoughts. She had Jasper’s bag on her shoulder, intent on returning it to him. Well, this was going to be interesting!