An Interactive Twilight Experience.
Thirty two days ago, I killed my husbands baby... when it comes down to it...there is really no other way to say it. His immaculate silver Audi R8 Spyder was forced from the road one typical wet Forks morning. Granted... there was an oncoming logging truck, in an out of control sideways slide that was taking every available inch of road. The likelihood of Katie & I walking away without raising serious suspicion was extremely low.... and therefore I made the only decision I could at the time and forced Eleazar's car off the road and straight over a cliff.
As the car began it's fateful descent it somersaulted before hitting the side of the mountain and disappearing into the forest below. Katie was thrown completely clear upon impact, still clutching the shoes she had been searching for.... *rolls my eyes smiling* and in the immediate seconds after the accident, my first thoughts were to find my cell and to get help for the truck driver.... and then to call my husband, but Katie could smell the leaking gas & dragged me straight out of there.
Of course I will be forever grateful for my sister's vigilance, we blurred far enough away from the car before it exploded and thankfully the truck driver was completely unhurt. But, as we started to make our way home on foot that day...Katie clutching her precious shoes (of course) I have to admit, I was more than a little nervous to face my husband.
I am ashamed to admit that I really had not given my husband enough credit... he yelled of course, but not for the reasons I thought he would. Unbeknown to myself and Katie, Officer Charlie Swan had traced the plate number back to Eleazar and informed him of the car's demise. My quick thinking husband despite mounting fears for our safety... replied that the car had in fact been stolen.
The only thing Eleazar had been upset about, was the fact that we hadn't called. All he had were the facts that Charlie had relayed to him in regards to the accident scene as he found it. After 165 years together... I had completely misjudged my husband... something I will never do again.