An Interactive Twilight Experience.
Too often we hold ourselves back from dreaming big because we feel it is too impossible. Our dreams were designed to be limitless, where you can go anywhere and be anything you could conjure up in thought.
When we were young, we lived for our dreams. Our worlds were filled with fairy tales and endless play pretend. We dreamed we could be anything. From Mothers, Teachers,…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on December 6, 2016 at 4:21pm — No Comments
This year, Esme suggested that the family make home made gifts. It sounds like a grand idea, well, maybe for the rest of the family, it will be easy. For me, I gotta admit, it scares me a little. I mean what could I possibly make? I'm much better at breaking and wrecking stuff. I remember attempting to make a gift for Rose one year. I ended up with what I'm sure was the worlds largest ball of glue, and a big mess. Long story short, it didn't work out. Rose tried to make me feel better by…Continue
Added by Emmett Cullen on November 26, 2016 at 7:09pm — No Comments
My family and I had just moved away from Forks. Jasper had lost control on Bella’s Birthday when she suffered a paper cut. It was too close for comfort and we needed to make sure that it would never happen again.
My visions showed me how devastated Bella would be when Edward and our family left her behind but I could have never imagined or visioned that she would not recover.
Days passed by as we moved. I kept an eye on Bella…Continue
Added by Alice Cullen on November 21, 2016 at 3:32pm — No Comments
For me, it's a memory of the past that is pleasant and spreads warmth throughout my whole body.
One such thing is the wedding band on my finger. Another is a dried flower that Esme had in her hair on our wedding day which is laminated and tucked into one of my journals. The items I find nostalgic don't always have to be anything of monetary value. As a matter of fact, most of them would be deemed worthless to any…Continue
Added by Carlisle Cullen MD on July 28, 2016 at 1:01pm — No Comments
I may be one of the most feared guards of the Volturi, but there are always thoughts brewing in my mind. One thought, one wish in particular has plagued me for centuries. Nobody knows that I admired Carlisle Cullen when he was part of our coven. Not admired like a boyfriend, but more like a father. A father I deserved. My biological father was not one to admire at all. In my childhood, I might as…Continue
Added by Jane Volturi on June 16, 2016 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Had a report filed by a citizen that some kids were messing around and spray painted graffiti on some of the rocks over by LaPush.
I don't understand what makes people do stupid stuff. I wouldn't have ever dreamed of defacing anyone's property for fear that my father would tan my goddamn hyde if I did. Where has the respect gone with this current generation?
I took the call and John Parker and I…Continue
While searching for some antique picture frames for some of my photos, I stumbled upon an old marionette. For some they are the stuff of nightmares, but for someone like me, they are mementos. This particular marionette was…Continue
I have never been one to be overly sentimental but the loss of my coven mother, Sasha, and sister, Irina, have brought a change. Since Garrett has become a part of my existence, there has been a dynamic shift. A whirlwind of emotion strikes me as I reflect on loss and gain, pondering family and its personal significance.
As I sit in a favored clearing near our Denali residence, I recall centuries of roaming with…Continue
From age 7-13, I would go to summer camp for 4 weeks at Camp Namanu, in Oregon. It was something I looked forward to every year and was a chance to reunite with friends I had since year one. The camp had a lot to offer. We went canoeing, hiking, fishing, zip lining and we would do crafts and gather around the campfire nightly and listen to stories.
During my last summer there, there was a dance near the end of the…Continue
Added by Katie Marshall on April 27, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Walking down the streets of Dublin looking around I can still see the bullet holes in the sides of statues and buildings.
Today is a day of remembrance. One hundred years ago a small band (approximately 1250) of brothers and sisters decided to fight for our sovereignty. It was taken…Continue
Added by Margaret Laura O'Shea on April 24, 2016 at 8:52pm — No Comments
Recently, I had a visitor who surprised me at work. He is the man I called mine for several years and then we went our separate ways. He moved to the city, taking a job in a lab. With his smarts, it didn't surprise me. I stayed behind of course, because we decided to see other people. I'm sure he had his share of dates and girlfriends since. I have gone on a few myself, but I have not found anyone that compares to him. And then he showed up at my work. Somehow, I always new that Eric and I…Continue
I've been away from Denali for the past couple of months. Sometimes, you just have to get away and recharge. Since my kind doesn't sleep, it is the best way to rid ourselves of our demons. Katie was with me for awhile, but then she had things to do, so she returned, while I stayed behind.
I spent the past few months tucked away in the mountains of Japan after acquiring an abandoned temple and turning it into a home. It is remote and the wildlife is plentiful. It is places like…Continue
Time is such a wondrous thing; it leaves just as fast as it comes. As a vampire time means little to nothing to us, it just exists. There is something that I wish I could forget, but no matter how long I stay a vampire, that memory is still burned into my brain. As I sit in my chambers, my mind is forced back to one of the select few memories I still have of my short human life.
The moments leading up to it have long…Continue
A blank sheet of paper an be one of two things. It can be utterly intimidating or so absolutely inviting. Lucky for me today it's the latter. I feel a little bit inspired…
Added by William Ephraim Black on April 12, 2016 at 9:28am — No Comments
So I've found a few more of Tiffany's poems. I am repetitively drawn to that damn box in the workshop. I KNOW I shouldn't but I can't stop myself. Her words are alive with…
Added by William Ephraim Black on April 12, 2016 at 9:27am — No Comments
I went into Aerie's room this morning to find her standing in her crib with a sunshiny grin on her face that completely melted my heart. How can it be she's 8.5 months old…
Added by William Ephraim Black on April 12, 2016 at 9:26am — No Comments
Wow. Who knew I'd be turning fifty one years old while expecting my 4th child? I surely didn't see that one coming. I guess I did see it coming but it just didn't sink in until…
Added by William Ephraim Black on April 12, 2016 at 9:25am — No Comments
You have, no doubt, heard the term, 'Expectant Father' am I right?
I don't recall feeling like this with the twins or Jacob though I am certain that I did.
Added by William Ephraim Black on April 12, 2016 at 9:25am — No Comments
Dylan's song title comes to mind after yesterday's events. My wife (it still makes me smile like a teen to say those words... "my wife") came home feeling under the…
Added by William Ephraim Black on April 12, 2016 at 9:24am — No Comments