Jasper"Now, Momma, what're you doin?" I sighed as I found her in the kitchen, grabbing random ingredients and throwing them together in a bowl. Just as she reached for a cup of strawberries I pulled them from her grasp, both hoping to stop her and to catch her attention for a moment.Jasper5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"I'm throwin' my baby a goin-away party," she explained promptly, reaching for the cup I held. Her worn hands were covered with flour, as was the rest of her, like she'd been cooking all morning. Her blonde hair was spilling from its bun, and her gray eyes were tired. It wasn't quite noon yet, and from the looks of it, she'd completed two cakes already and was working on her third.
I sighed again, and she took advantage to steal the cup from my hands. "Momma--"
"Now, Jasper, honey, you're my only baby and now you're leavin' me for war--and I'm not allowed to wish you goodbye and good luck?" Her voice was a little rough with emotion, but she covered it quickly.
"Not publicly!" I groaned. "Was I ever gonna know ab
My JasperMy fingers drilled rapidly on the countertop as I fidgeted in my seat. Where was he? Id been in the city for weeks and hadnt seen a glance of him anywhere!My Jasper7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Had my vision of him, of Jasper, been faulty? Had my visions ever been faulty? Never, from what I could remember offhand. My most recent vision had been of the golden-eyed coven. They had just relocated to a new home; it wouldnt be hard to find them. But what about Jasper? The vision was incomplete without him.
My first vision--my first memory--had been a snapshot of his face. His honey-blonde hair was gleaming, and his blood-red eyes were filled with a sorrow I could not understand. Ever since that first sight, Id been obsessed with finding this godly stranger, and that was what had inevitably brought me to this small, half-empty diner in Philadelphia.
The second-to-last vision Id had had been of Jasper moving to this city. What compelled me to enter this diner, I couldn