I was at collage at the time, attending Portland State University. I was having some fun and getting grades that put me on the top of my class. I guess you could say that I was starting to recover. Slowly, the hole in my heart was becoming less painful. But, like when you pierce you ear, the hole will always be there. The thing stuck in there is every single memory I have of Edward; the most painful being the very last one of him.
It still hurts to think of him but I am getting used to the pain. I wasn't running from everything that reminded me of him anymore. I even took piano lessons. It seems that I had a talent for it, too.
I was in my dorm room at the collage. I am one of the few people who have a single-room. That's probably because I'm depressing to be around. I have absolutely no social life.
The sight was beautiful. In the distant skies, you could see the meteors falling like a million shooting stars. My ears started to ring but I ignored them, far too memorized by the sight before me to really care. I found myself thinking of Edward, wondering if he was in view of this majestic sight. I found myself wondering if he would be happy that I went to collage, or if he would even care.
I only went inside for a second to grab my pillow. This wasn't the first time I had slept outside at night. Some people called me insane for it but I always woke up if it started to rain. I fell asleep watching the sight. I made a wish that night, a wish that I would see Edward again. I wished that, when I see him, he would be happy with his life, even if I wasn't in it.
Ok, tell me what you think. The next chapter will be up soon, I swear. And, I do not mean soon as in next week, either. Anyway, review the story and tell me what you think.
Will Bella's wish come true?