A/N: This is the epilogue! Have fun with it!
I watched the van go down the way from the window in Edward's bedroom. He held on to me and wouldn't let go. I didn't want him to. My almost death experience makes me appreciate moments like this. Let me rephrase that, I makes me appreciate them even more than I had before.
"I you ever scare me like that again…" Edward whispered in my ear. I had been crying most of the night. I had gotten no sleep. I was tiered yet, I still watched the van.
"I promise," I whispered, "never to leave you by the means of death. I promise never to leave you by choice either." He held me. That is all I need or I will ever need.
I stared down the road and my eyes followed the van. I couldn't forgive her now, but I would. I would learn to forgive and forget. I would learn to live and let live. It's kind of ironic isn't. Live and let live when I would be dead in a few months. For now, I would hate her.
I watched the van drive down the way. I watched a childhood friend go away. She was a good friend; the kind you could tell secrets to and then laugh at them, the kind you cried with then had a pillow fight, and the kind you would call she would start talking a different language that only the two of you knew. She was also the type of friend who would try to kill you.
The year is 2059. Being a vampire has made me extremely addicted to shopping, like Alice and Rosalie. Edward and I had just had our 50th anniversary. We were living in a small town just north of London. Alice, Rosalie and I had taken a weekend for shopping in London. I passed someone who I never thought I would.
She had blond hair and cold, killer eyes. It was Buffy. As you may not know, a slayer gets reincarnated every 30 years. This was Buffy, reincarnated. She starred at me from across the mall.
I was sent to kill the largest vampire coven in England. I looked into the eyes of this vampire. They were golden a familiar. I don't know how, but I knew her. We were once good friends, but I didn't know how. I couldn't kill her. I walked away and didn't look back. For a different reason, I felt like I made the mistake of not doing this in the past.
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