edward4ever wrote:I agree with you a little bit about how it must be a lonely life. However, I truly enjoy being alone. I don't feel lonely by myself at all. Yes, it would get lonely though if you have zero friends, but maybe she had people she hung out with but never got close enough to feel the need to keep in contact with them after she moved. I am like that. Once I move, I leave everyone behind and put them in my past. Sad? Maybe, but I just make new friends. I come from a military family and am military myself so I have moved a lot in my life. It's just something I have gotten used to.
As far as Edward goes, I think he did it out of necessity. He couldn't afford to let anyone get close to his family so he just kept away...until he couldn't...
Yes could you see if Edward had brought home Jessica, what reaction Rosalie would have
Sorry about the friends, but if you keep in touch that would be nice to know people all over.
diane771 wrote:Can we talk about something else about Bella. In all the books I thought it was a little strange that Bella didn't have or refer to any friends in Pheonix. Does anyone have any idea's that a junior in high school doesn't have any friend from childhood when she was with her mom?
diane771 wrote:I know when he started sitting with Bella and her friends it could have been his first interaction with humans on that level for some time. I just can't see any girl in school not wanting to be Alice's friend!
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