"Could you do me a favor?" I asked, reaching into my bag. "My mom wants me to get some pictures of my friends for a scrapbook. So, take some pictures of everybody, okay?"
I handed her the camera.
"Sure," she said, grinning, and turned to snap a candid shot of Mike with his mouth full.
A predictable picture war ensued. I watched them hand the camera around the table, giggling and flirting and complaining about being on film. It seemed strangely childish. Maybe I just wasn't in the mood for normal human behavior today.
"Uh-oh," Jessica said apologetically as she returned the camera. "I think we used all your film."
"That's okay. I think I already got pictures of everything else I needed."
After school, Edward walked me back to the parking lot in silence. I had to work again, and for once, I was glad. Time with me obviously wasn't helping things. Maybe time alone would be better.
I dropped my film off at the Thriftway on my way to Newton's, and then picked up the developed pictures after work. At home, I said a brief hi to Charlie, grabbed a granola bar from the kitchen, and hurried up to my room with the envelope of photographs tucked under my arm.
I sat in the middle of my bed and opened the envelope with wary curiosity. Ridiculously, I still half expected the first print to be a blank.
Another actor was originally cast
to play Carlisle. Peter Facinelli sent
a gift to Catherine Hardwicke to
thank her for the audition. After the
actor had scheduling conflicts,
Catherine remembered Peter’s gift
and cast him instead. —Peter sent her a vampire book in hopes of working with her in the future! Catherine is the director of the first film.
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Wishing happiest birthday to my very best friend. ❤️ Thank you to everyone who helped me make today special for her. Check out the “Happy Birthday, @mary.alice.brandon!” video over on @theolympiccoven’s IGTV. It’s truly unbelievable to see how many hearts she has touched from all over the globe. I love you, @mary.alice.brandon. You’re worth more than you know. @theolympiccoven
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Stephenie Meyer’s favorite scenes in the books that didn’t make it into the movies is the blood-typing chapter and the full meadow scene
What’s some of your favorite scenes that didn’t make it into the movie?
Source: Midnight Sun Book Tour
READING UPDATE!! Update me on your current read and I’ll update you on mine? 😏 What are you currently reading and how are you finding it so far?
I have only read the first chapter of Midnight Sun and I kid you not, I’m SCREAMING already. All my old Twilight feels are back AND YOU KNOW WHAT SCENE I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO MOST? The blood type lab scene 😭 This is one of the scenes I was the most upset over that they left out in the movie because it was one of my favourites in the book I thought it was such a significant point in Bella and Edward’s relationship too 🥺
I’m also listening to the Legendary (Caraval #2 ) audiobook– I have 5 out of 11 hours left and I’m loving it– I usually get a bit put off when sequels are from a different POV but I am loving Tella and Dante!
FINALLY, Children of Blood and Bone. I’ve read one more chapter this week aka I’ve made veeeery little progress 😂 I’ll definitely finish it this weekend for sure @halfwildbooks HOLD ME ACCOUNTABLE