The Twilight Saga

We sat down in chairs infrount of Carlisle's desk.
"Whats the problem?" Carlisle asked.
"I think Jacob could explain it best," said Edward. His face was still blank and his word came out in a whisper.
Carlisle looked to me to explain his confusion. I sighed and told him what I had told Bella and Edward. When I was finished it looked like he was lost in thought. No one said anything for a minute and then Edward spoke.
"We were wondering what you thought and could help us make the choice."
"We are not moving away though. But we dont know if fighting or protecting would be the better choice. We are worried that its going to be like Victoria," said Bella.
"Well if we protect it could lead to either us driving the wolfs away or they will do as Victoria had done and kept trying to find holes in our defense. But I dont know if we should hurry into a fight just because of desperation. Jacob would you mind talking to your pack about it. I would like to see what they think of it. Because we are working together we are going to have to compromise."
"We have been thinking of possible options but we have not come to one final choice. I will talk to them and get back to you as soon as I can tomorrow," I said.
"Thats all we can ask for," he replied.
We all got up and went downstairs. I knew that the others knew what was going on. They probably overheard us. Everyone had the same face of worry. Renesmee was still on the couch dreaming peacefully. I said goodnight and went home. Tomorrow was going to be a big day.

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Comment by Alice Cullen on September 6, 2010 at 11:36am
it just makes me feel very excited....keep on writing pls...
Katie Resch Comment by Katie Resch on September 4, 2010 at 9:52pm
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Comment by Sezzy Isabella Marie Arsprey on September 4, 2010 at 7:50pm
wow keep writing please and keep sending me the links

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