There comes a time where change should arise. There comes a time when a person should choose their destiny. I chose my destiny a few years ago. After Edward Cullen left me in the woods I realized that I needed a change in path. I needed a change in destiny. Remembering those days always gives me shivers up my spine. They will always be close to my heart but, I have learned to also let go and move on.
A few months after my deep, deep depression, I realized I needed a change of scenery. I ended up moving to Jacksonville with my mother and Phil again. As much as I felt bad for leaving Charlie, I knew he would be in good hands back in Forks. My mother was thrilled to have me back again. I ended up making new friends and even joining the drama department as an actress. Since then, I have decided to major in film production at New York University.
Now, I am a new woman. My hair is longer, my fashion sense has changed dramatically and I’m not depressed from Edward and the rest of the Cullens leaving me anymore. Alice would be so proud of me and I’m sure the rest of the Cullens would as well. Especially Edward. Enough about them though. Today, I am going to my favorite coffee spot near my campus, Think Coffee. They make amazing Iced Coffee.
I remember when I first came to New York. I thought that it would be terrible getting around campus with all these people and everything but, it really isn’t as bad as I thought. I actually have come to love the city. There is so much to do and you’re almost never bored. When I first discovered this little café I fell in love. They make amazing muffins and coffee. I try to come every morning for my coffee and blueberry muffin.
It is Winter here in New York so I take my mittens and hat off as I walk into the café. I am wearing jeans, knee high boots with a subtle heel and a red, turtle neck sweater with a black pea coat along with my laptop and book bag. Winter in New York in beautiful. Christmas is coming soon and the Christmas lights are all up and lit. I’ve been very anxious to go ice skating but, I haven’t gotten around to it. This Sophomore year has just been so busy.
As soon as I walk into the café I see the huge line. Sighing, I get into the end of the line. This would take so long. Of course though Massie notices me and saves the day. “Bella! I have your coffee and muffin over here girly!”
I smile and walk over to her.
“Hey! Get to the back of the line! We’ve been waiting forever!”
“Girl, let me get your number cutie!”
“You, girl, get behind us. You just walked in!”
“Hey!” Massie says “Why don’t you all shut your mouths because this girl is Isabella Swan, movie producer.”
Suddenly, everyone started shushing down and I reached Massie at the granite counter tops. “You didn’t have to do that, Mass.”
“Yes I did, you have your big play auditions today! Show those auditioners that they can only be the biggest and best to be apart of a Bella Swan production.”
“Auditioners?” I asked taking a sip of coffee.
“Shut up and enjoy your freaking coffee.” Massie said.
I smiled and looked around. “Get to work before you get fired by Josh.”
“Josh wouldn’t fire me.” Massie said “He dated you. He wouldn’t dare go through your wrath of pain.”
“Oh god Massie please, please don’t tell me he’s pulling that again.” I said.
“Oh he is.” Massie said smiling.
I rolled my eyes. “I better go before he tries talking to me. I would have to burn my brain after.”
“Whatever Bella. Good luck!”
I nodded. “Thanks again!”
Turning around I walked past a few people who stared at me and one girl who gave me her portfolio. People think I’m so big but, I’m not. I just work with the play productions at the school. Walking outside I ran into something though.
“Woah!” I said making sure my coffee and bags didn’t fall.
“Oh miss, I’m so sorry I-“
“Oh my god.” I said looking up. “You…it’s you. I…”
“Bella.” Edward said. “Is that….is that you?”
I saw Massie staring at me. She was clueless about who this was.
“Edward…you’re…you’re….you’re warm.” I said studdering. “oh my god, Edward, you’re…no, no this isn’t really you.” I said walking away almost tripping in the process.
“Bella!” Edward called after me. “Wait, wait up!”
Edward ran after me looking as gorgeous as ever. His green eyes were sparkling, his arms chiseled under the jacket he was wearing and probably designer shoes and jeans.
“No! No” I said walking away. “I can’t…I can’t talk to you.”
“And why not?” Edward asked
“Because you left me and I almost died.” I said a little too harshly.
“Bella, you’re being dramatic.” Edward said.
“No, no I’m not. I’m not being dramatic. I hate it when people say that Edward. Edward, just get away. Please, just…I have to go to work. I’m so confused right now…” I would’ve tripped over the auditorium steps if Edward didn’t catch me.
“Aren’t you wondering why I’m….like this?” Edward asked.
“I could care less as to why you’re human.” I said “I don’t care anymore. You left me. You didn’t want me anymore. Get away from me Edward.”
I ran up the steps to the Auditorium and with one look back I watched as Edward sighed and rubbed his hands together.
“He’s cold.” I thought. “Edward Cullen is cold.”
Then, he walked away back to the café like nothing ever happened and me…I walked away like I never saw anyone named Edward Cullen in my life.