The Cullens





Fall for you-"Or I won't live to see another day" "You're impossible to find"

I will follow you into the dark-I could just like picture this song on like the New Moon trailer like Bellas running toward the clock tower in slow-mow.

When it all falls apart-It reminds me of when Edward leaves in New Moon

Goodbye-It reminds me of how Bella was like falling apart in New Moon. Also (argh) it reminds me of Jacob and Bella kind of in New Moon

A Thousand Miles-When Bella's in Volterra "cuz everythings so wrong and I don't belong living in your precious memories" like how Bella thinks she doesn't deserve Edward actually didn't luv her anymore.

Hallelujah-Got nothing but time on our hands, we will make it last forver, yeah, I look at that in a really literal way.

Seventeen Forever-"You won't be 17 forever" "You're wise beyond your years"

Sunday, September 28, 2008


Renesmee is soooo adorable. I just don't get the name though. Why couldn't they name her like Alice. If Bella had named Renesmee after Alice that would've been FREAKIN' AWESOME! Also like hasn't Bella talked to Esme like once in the whole series? During the baseball scene in Twilight, and maybe like once in Eclipse but that's it. Her and Alice are like really close, plus the name's just weird. Renesmee's really cool though. She sooo cute! I about died when Bella was like she'll only have 15 years of life. I wanted to rip my book in half. I was so sad. I wish she named her Alice... :( I wish so much...

Sunday, September 21, 2008

New episode of Imprint

If you look at the bottom of the page on the day I wrote this you'll see on the news from Twilight Source that there's a NEW EPISODE OF IMPRINT!!! WOOO-HOOOOO!!!!

Dude this is amzing I found it on MSNBC!

Pounding rain and heavy mist are constant in this timber town where logging's decline left a graveyard of rusting timber mills and unemployment. Businesses shut down. Parts of the local high school were condemned. Families started to drift away.

Until an unlikely cast of vampires breathed new life into the town.

"I fell in love with it," says 18-year-old Samantha Cogar, who dragged her grandparents on a 2,500 mile roadtrip to Forks from Louisville, Kentucky, earlier this summer. "I can't wait to go back."


Cogar is one of thousands of visitors who have flocked to Forks in response to "Twilight," the hottest series to hit shelves since "Harry Potter." Set in Forks, on the gritty edge of the Olympic Mountain Range, the books have captured the hearts of readers around the world.

In a town framed by towering Douglas fir, hemlock and spruce and the occasional western red cedar, where rough, blue collar edges are tangible, the unexpected attention seems to be a second chance for the economy. Inspired by a world of make-believe, "Twilight" fans are bringing the town back to life.

The release of the 'Twilight' movie in November could generate even more attention for the town.

Four years ago, Author Stephenie Meyer introduced the world to Bella Swan, a 17-year-old who moves to Forks and is torn between the love of classmate Edward Cullen and best friend Jacob Black. But before long, she realizes something isn't right: Edward is a vampire and Jacob, a werewolf.

Readers were hooked, and three more "Twilight" books followed. "Breaking Dawn," the fourth and final book of her "Twilight" series, came out in July and has remained at the top of best seller lists ever since. Teens throughout the country celebrated the release of the book by dressing up as characters from the series for midnight parties at bookstores — much the way "Harry Potter" books are launched.

As the pages kept coming, the series' cultlike following increased. Before long, fans started showing up in Forks, looking to see if magic would spark when imagination collided with reality. What they found was a two-stoplight town where more than a foot of rain falls each month. A place where success is measured in sweat and four-wheel drive.

But Forks was quick to embrace the frenzied fans.

More than 100 fans a day
Forks' "Twilight"-inspired turn has been nothing short of magical, Marcia Bingham, executive director of the Chamber of Commerce, says.

"We've probably had more than 100 people a day," says Bingham, who has eagerly watched as van after van of giddy readers — mostly female — pull up in front of the town's visitors center.

For many fans, the line where reality ends and imagination begins is starting to blur, says Michael Gurling, who caught inspiration from the tourism boom and started his own Twilight Tours.

After enlisting a few locals, he asked for help in picking out houses that could serve as stand-ins for the book's famous Forks' stops: Bella and Edward's houses, a field where vampires play baseball. Other locations, such as the police station, where Bella's father works, and the hospital, where Edward's father is a doctor, play their own parts. They chipped in, providing cruisers near which fans may take pictures and reserving a spot for "Dr. Cullen" in the parking lot.

"The most popular spot is probably the beach, in LaPush, where Bella finds out the truth about Edward," says Gurling.

On a recent Friday, Gurling's van headed out of the visitor's center parking lot — packed, as itis most every weekend, with teenage girls. Outside the stand-in for Edward's house, a sign on the door says "Cullens" are volunteering a blood drive.

"It's not quite how I thought it would be," says Yena Hu, a University of Washington sophomore who made the four-hour trek from Seattle to visit. "They're always talking about all the windows — and in the book, the house is on the water."

But it's surprising how much Meyer did get right, considering she'd never been to Forks when she wrote the first book. A quick Internet search revealed Forks was one of the rainiest places in the world, and from her home in Arizona, the stay-at-home mom began rewriting history.

While locals are accepting of their newfound fame, they're all too aware of the mania that is continuing to grow.

Almost everyone has a "Twilight" story: the teen who dropped his library card, only to discover Twilighters had found it and kept it; the cheerleader who has out-of-town mothers stop her on the street offering cash for her uniform; the Quileute native, who heads to LaPush to chop wood and sees giddy teenagers snatching up driftwood as souvenirs.

Jessica Hartman, an 18-year-old who works at the town's pharmacy says "Twilight" has more than doubled profits for the corner store.

Flipping through a guest book for Twilighters, the recent Forks High School grad smiles as she touches signatures from around the globe — Europe, Asia, South America. They're all here, recorded in the tattered pages that spell out the town's fame.

Businesses cash in
Spurred by the boost in tourism and influx of money, are businesses eagerly trying to cash in on the craze.

Wander down the town's main drag and you'll see "We Love Edward and Bella" signs in store windows and a Forks' Speedway sign welcoming "Vampires and Racers."

Restaurants have started offering Twilight-themed options: Subway's "Twilight Special" which oozes marinara and the ever popular Bella Burger at local hangout Sully's Drive-in, which comes with special sauce and pineapple.

Stacks of "Twilight" T-shirts sit behind almost every counter in town.

At Sully's, 32-year-old Eleanor Currit waves a pair of plastic vampire teeth in the air — a standard side for any customer who orders the Bella burger.

"When I go back to my book club, I'm definitely going to have bragging rights," she says. "The women in my group are honestly crazy about these books."

Currit, a stay-at-home-mom with a master's degree in English, says being in Forks is like opening a page of the book and jumping in.

"This town just has a pretty primal way about it," she said. "It's really a mysterious beauty."

While the fourth and final "Twilight" book was released earlier this summer, Gurling, a former National Park Guide, says he thinks the release of the "Twilight" movie, set for early November, will only generate more attention for Forks.

And while some long for quieter days, others say "Twilight" might have been what this town needed.

"It seems like we're Twilighting all the time," says Charlene Cross, the town's florist. "But at the end of the day, it makes you feel like we're part of something bigger — and I think that makes it worth it."

Saturday, September 20, 2008

My Breaking Dawn Review

Breaking Dawb overall was very good. Alot of people I suppose didn't like that there wasn't alot of action, but I'm glad I think it was a good end to the story and i think Stephenie intended it to be that way. Unfortunately I basically knew everything that happened before I read it thanks to my best friend Jasmine, that's nt her faut I admit I asked her to tell me stuff but I regret it. At first I was so pissed that Jacob imprinted on Nessie (I hate that name but I'm to lazy to type her whole name) but then when the Volturi came and she climbed onto Jacob when Bell's thought they were all gonna die I realized it was perfect. I am NOT Team Switz, I anm Edward still but I DO like and appreciate Jake. I thought the quote on the back of the book was when he turned Bell's into a vampire but it was actually a MUCH more pivotal point in the book. The beginning of Nessie. Nessie is FREAKIN' adorable! I love her power it's amazing! When Alice and Japer left I was SOBBING. I would't look at any pictures of Alice until she came back. When she did come back I was screaming and jumping on my couch I was so happy! OMFG it was amazing. I liked the ending, especially when EDWARD READ BELLAS'S MIND! It was beautiful! It was a wonderful closing to the series and I praise Stephenie Meyer forever.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Breaking Dawn WOOO-HOOO!

Last Thursday I finished Breaking Dawn! Amazingness!!!! It was bittersweet, i cried.
"And then we continued blissfullY into this small but perfect peice of our forevr."
I like Jake now but not enough to be Team Switz.
I FREAKED OUT when Alice came back OMG! I WAS SOOOO HAPPY.
I was sooooo happy, I was really depressed when Irina died though, it just happened so quickly. And then Tanya flipped out and that was depressing. Am I the only person who didn't get that Jacob had imprinted on Renesmee when at the end of book 2 it was like "A changing heart" ? I was soo confused. I hope Stephenie starts writing these again, I seriously have no idea what I'm gonna read, I'm reading the series over again. :P
It was a good book, second fave tied w/ Twilight

Sunday, September 14, 2008


One-hundred-fifty-three pages left of Edward Cullen. I don't know how I'm going to cope with this, it'll just be gone, well of course there is midnight sun and then the movie but after that what!?
Oh my god, I've only been reading it since July but it feels like alot longer

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Sobbing till the end

I just finished chapter 29 of Breaking Dawn. I'm so worried, I mean I know Alice will come back and nobody will die but. Ugh. I've officially cried in all three books.

Twilight-Once, when she left the airport to find James

New Moon-Eight times, when EDWARD (AAAHHHH!!!) left, when Bella heard his voice, whenever Jacob said "The Cullens" and whenever Bealla was to afraid to say his name, so probably more than 8. I sobbed eight times OH OH OH! Also a totally started sobbing when it was like, October, November, December, January

Eclipse- At the graduation party-
'Bella?' Edward's soft voice came from behind me. I turned to see him spring lightly up the porch steps, his hair windblown from running. He pulled me into his arms at once, just like he had in the parking lot, and kissed me again. This kiss frightened me. There was too much tension, too strong an edge to the way his lips crushed mine— like he was afraid we had only so much time left to us."

Oh also when Bella cut her arm w/ the rock to distract Victoria, that just brought me to tears.

And now in Breaking Dawn Twice- When Renesmee was born and when Esme was crying when they were looking for Alice

I'm having a hard time dealing with the fact that I have 9 CHAPTERS left of Edward Cullen 9 CHAPTERS of complete happiness...okay maybe that's a little melodramatic but... *sighing out loud*


Thursday, September 11, 2008

Ashley Greene and I Meet!

Hey guys, it's me Ashley Greene!!! Working with ROBERT PATTINSON was fabulous, and he's SOOOOOOO SEXY! Playing Alice was really fun, and I had to wear a wig the whole time and I got to see the future!

Hey guys this is my friend Ashley but not Greene.

Monday, September 1, 2008

My Youtube Page (glittersparkleweee)

I'm just counting down the days till break so I CAN GO TO EFFING FORKS ALREADY!

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Team Jacob

Team Jacob's kind of ridiculos, again waht's the point of rooting for him when you know he's not gonna win. Here think about this; though Jacob claims he's in love with Bella he completely disregards Bella's feelings with his predjudice comments about vampires, though Edward may hate Jacob as much as Jacob does him Edward doesn't say things like that to Bella because he cares about her to much.
plus Jacob is...
Very Cocky
A dog
Sort of homicidal
and ugly

Team Edward

I am Team Edward, it's pretty obvious by now. Team Edwards the obvious pick and there's really no point. What's the point of rooting for Jacob when you know he's not gonna win. Edward cares for Bella and would do anything for her... and Edwards hot.
Edward is obviously more mature, he's a hundred and seven for god sakes and he fits Bella because, as Renee said, he and Bella are both old souls. We all new Edward was gonna win from the get go, anybody who picked up Twilight who knew anything beforehand knew that Edward was THE ONE! Jacob's just there to make the story interesting. Plus, remember New moon? Edward thought Bella was dead so he tried to kill himself. If Bella really did die he'd run away again probably attack Leah a few times whine a little and after a few months he'd be okay. Edward is the only one for Bella. It's obvious.

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