Sorry I haven't updated yet. I don't have immediate access to a computer. I don't own anything.
Sonny's Point of View
I made my way onto the new set beaming with happiness. a lot of people think that the happiness is an act, it is. My past is pretty dark, not that I would tell anyone, but I like to keep it covered. It's basically just heartbreak after heartbreak. The new series was called Dark Side, I play a vampire who has been turned for over 2 centuries and is trying to live a normal life. I know, cliché, but this won't be nearly as dramatic as Twilight, it has more humor than drama. Tawni plays my best friend, whose also a vampire, Marine. My character's name is Mattie Craig. Since So Random got canceled to make room for this show, Mr. Condor put the whole cast on here. I went to hair and makeup and sat down in a chair they had for me. When I was finished and ready to start, I had curly hair, smoky eye makeup and pale pink lipstick. In the show, Mattie dresses somewhat dark, so my style should fit perfectly. The set was a high school hallway to start with. Here we go.
They show was fantastic so far! I really did love it. I was just scared that my past was going to come back. So you probably know by now, I'm a vampire and have been one since 1862. I don't like to think about my past because it has been painful at the least. I was married, but then I was changed and forced to fake my death. I never really knew, but I heard that my husband moved on, but I guess that's what I would have wanted. Tawni is the only other person who knows I'm a vampire and is trying to convince me to change her. But she doesn't realize what that entails, giving up everything you love just to live forever was so not worth it, but if it's what she wants. I drink human blood, but only enough to where I'm satisfied, I let them people live, then compel them to forget. My life is a routine, one the can't be broken, and I really wish it could.
(I was gonna stop there, but I think I will give you a peek to who Sonny is trying to forget.)
Mystery Person's Point of View
150 years to the day. I looked into my drink, trying to drowned out the memories of my dead wife. Ally didn't deserve to die, she was just 19, 5 years my junior. She was my brother's best friend when he was younger so her coming into the family was nothing. I sighed as I looked back into the bottle of whiskey. How long before this ended? How long before the heartbreak was over? How long before I could forget my beautiful wife and move on. I laughed bitterly. Never. I had the memories as if it happened yesterday. Ally would never fade from my mind, and I don't know if it was a good or bad thing. On one hand, I could keep her alive in my memories forever and replay her laugh on repeat when I went to bed, on the other hand, her smile would haunt my thoughts and her death would haunt my dreams. Ally had been my life. When she died, I felt like everything fell apart. I could still remember the screams I heard that could only have come from her mouth just minutes before I found out she had left this world. The people of the town rushing to go find out who was hurt, and I was in front. If my Ally was hurt, I would be the first to know and the first to help. But, of course, when we got there, all that was left was a puddle of blood and the locket I gave to her on our wedding day. People wonder what happened to me to make me the monster I am today? Damon Salvatore had his heart ripped out and stomped on that day, and I might never get it back.