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God Blessed Texas

By Megan Rawlins


Is Daddy Sleeping?

A/N: Ok, so this is like every other baby Bella who grows up and falls in love with a cullen boy, but what if instead of falling in love with Edward, she falls in love with Jasper!? I hope you all enjoy this. This chapter might be a bit short, but let me know if you think I should continue this ;)

Disclaimer: I do not own the Twilight Saga, or the characters in it.

Bella POV:

I was asleep in my nice warm spongebob squarepants themed bed. I was almost fully asleep when I heard a loud Thud! downstairs. My daddy is usually asleep around this time.

I checked the clock it said '02:30am'. It wasn't the kind of clock that had the big hand and the little hand. I don't know how to read those kind. Daddy always gets up early to be able to work on my pappy's farm. We lived in Houston, Texas.

My mammaw and pappaw's farm is out in the middle of no where so daddy has to get up around '05:00am' to be able to make it out there by '08:00am' according to the clock in my room.

"Who are you and how did you get into my house?"

I walked over to the stairs and listened to who was talking to my daddy.

"I think you should be more worried about what I can do to you! Oh, is this your wife? Pity she isn't here to see you."

I started to get tears in my eyes, mommy went to be the angels a year ago. Daddy said her kidneys were just to sick to continue to work to keep her healthy.

"My wife died over a year ago. And I would thank you not to mention it again please."

"You hear that Jasper, I think I might have hit a nerve." Who was Jasper? Just then the man who I guess was Jasper came into my view. He had blond hair, like the nice nurse at the hospital that cared for mommy when daddy was asleep. But this man's hair was a little darker.

"Maria, I think we should be going. I am getting tired of humans, plus my wife is a vegetarian. I don't want to disappoint her by taking a human life." What was he talking about? This was all to confusing.

"I see, you've gotten soft on my Jasper. I guess this is going to be my meal."

Just then the girl grabbed daddy by his hair and tilted his head back and leaned down and looked as if she were biting his neck.

Mommy used to tell me that biting was bad. I got up from where I was sitting and ran down the stair and tried to smack the girl so she would get off of my daddy. But when I hit her she didn't even look down at me.

But my hand hurt. Why wasn't the girl hurt as well?

Daddy screamed out in pain. I was in tears trying to get the girl off of my daddy. She was hurting him. She finally let go of daddy and wiped a red stain off of her lips. Daddy fell down to the ground and didn't move. I ran to his side and was trying to shake him awake.

"Daddy, wake up! Wake up daddy!" Daddy wasn't moving. His eyes didn't open. I was poking and pushing on him thinking he would move. But Daddy must've been asleep.

"Isn't it sweet, you want you daddy to wake up, well I hate to break it to you sweetie, but your daddy is dead."

No, daddy wasn't dead, he was just sleeping. I didn't want daddy to be dead. I started crying over my daddy. I looked down. He wasn't breathing, and he was snoring. Daddy always snored when he was asleep.

"Why, why did you hurt my daddy?"

With a chuckle she explained, "Well dearie, I was thirsty. Your father served well as a snack. But I think I'm still thirsty."

Her expression turned cold. What did she mean? If she was thirsty why didn't she just get a glass of water? Why did she have to kill my daddy.

"Maria, you can't harm her! She's just a child!"

"Jasper, you know what we are, we are controlled by our thirsts. She calls to me, doesn't she call to you?" The man looked at me and his eyes turned dark. I was instantly scared. Why was he looking at me this way? I started to whimper and tears were starting to fall down my cheeks.

He shook his head as if he didn't know where he was.

"No Maria, I won't let you harm this poor defensless little girl." Jasper leaped to me and took me into his arms. Maria then leaped forward and knocked Jasper down. Which sent me flying across the room and hit the fireplace. I sat up and I felt a pain shoot up my arm.

I craddled my arm and looked as Jasper and Maria were fighting. They were fighting over me! Why were they fighting in the first place. I still didn't understand.

Jasper then picked me up and made sure that I was ok.

"You'll regret this Jasper Whitlock. I swear to you that I will have my revenge!" Jasper growled at Maria. Wait! Did he really growl? I thought only animals growled.

Then his back pocket was making a weird beeping noise. He answered it. I wiggled around and finally got out of his grasp. I wanted my daddy.

"Yes Alice, she's alright. Maria didn't harm her much. I think she broke her arm though. Do you think Carlisle will be able to take the time to look at her? ....ok, I'll bring her with me."

I wasn't going anywhere with this man. I wanted my daddy! I didn't want to leave him.

"Darlin', is it ok if I take you back with me to see my father? He's a doctor."

I shook my head no. I didn't trust him. How did I know that he wasn't going to hurt me like that lady hurt my daddy.

"He's very nice, I'm sure you'll like him. I promise if you don't like him I will bring you back to your daddy."

I didn't want to leave him, but I was glad that he just didn't assume I wanted to go with him.

I took a few seconds to think about it.

"Ok, I'll go with you, but first can we put daddy next to mommy?"

A/N: Ok, so what did you all think? I have been trying to plan this and I couldn't think of a title until I was looking through some of my songs on my iPod. If you can tell me who sings this song I will give you a shout out next chaper :D

please R&R

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