Carmen: I stuck my hands into my jean's pockets and sighed, smoke from the cold erupting from my lips. My current outfit of the day was a plain white long sleeved shirt, jeans, black boots, a pair of grey gloves and a blue and grey scarf. I was also wearing my light blue winter coat. My black, wavy hair that cascaded to my waist was pulled into a messy ponytail with pieces falling out. I didn't care because I was in a rush. I had moved in with my cousins, the Clearwater's two days ago and I was finishing off the remainder of my unpacking. The phone rung minutes after I was done with my final box and I answered it, when I held up the phone to my ear there was a male voice on the line. Charlie Swan; the chief of police. I didn't know much about the Swan's, but I knew that he went fishing with Harry. Apparently his daughter, Isabella Swan or otherwise known as Bella was missing. I agreed to go and help with the search party that was set up almost immediately. When the line cut off I headed outside and towards the Swan residence. There were other people there, but I didn't really know them. Apparently Bella had brown hair and pale skin. After what seemed like forever a figure appeared from the forest, carrying a girl with brown hair and pale skin. Bella. I wondered what in earth she was doing our in the forest. I'd only been there for a few days, but the forest itself seemed large and easy to get lost in. Sam Uley, that was who found her. He was shirtless, which was weird because I felt freezing. It always rained - but I'd get used to it. I'd seen him around with a group of other shirtless boys. They walked around like they owned the place. It was weird. He gave me this look, like he was silently requesting for me to join his gang. I scoffed. I'd rather have no friends than hang out with weird shirtless dudes.