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It’s A Start.

Anna liked to have her plans. Thinking things through generally helped predict the outcome much easier than without preparation. Planning only goes so far when heated emotions are battling cold logic, though. The chances of her dying had been high, but her emotions had ran higher than that. The moment she had laid eyes on the presence that had inhabited John Winchester’s body, she knew that this would be the moment she died.

Her plans had accommodated the fact that she was, with almost complete certainty, going to die while trying to stop the Winchester brothers from ever being born.

What she hadn’t planned on what coming back.

Her first breath was a sharp one, the ones soon after that much shakier as recently revived lungs tried to keep up with the sudden introduction of air. Alive. Alive. Wide eyes stared upward at the cloudy sky as she waited for her body to slowly begin to respond to her commands, moving stiff fingers and toes that were in the same pair of boots she had worn the night she died. Finally gathering the strength to sit up, she found that her physical body hadn’t changed much at all. What had been reduced to ashes had been fully restored, it seemed, without an explanation.

Not one to waste an opportunity, she was soon up and walking, trying to figure out exactly where she had landed. There was no landmarks nearby— well, that may be because most of the area around her was flattened unnaturally so. Even if there had been landmarks, she wasn’t sure if she could have recognized them. Her head felt like it was full of cotton, her memories slow to return in full. She wasn’t even sure whether she was in 1979 or if she had come back to the proper timeline when she was revived.

Well, only one way to find out. She had seen a town up ahead, and in moments she was there, feeling slightly sickened by the transportation, but ready to investigate all the same as she began to walk into the core of the city.

(ooc: OKAY so first of all I really hope I didn’t mess up too badly writing this! I really wanted to write out the part where Anna dies, but I hope I didn’t confuse anyone with the way I wrote it. I wasn’t quite sure how to write her coming back to life, so I tried to do it in a way that wasn’t too confusing or inaccurate. If anyone has some big issues with what I wrote, please tell me and I’ll change it. I tried to keep it as realistic as possible but my knowledge of Supernatural can be a bit hazy andohgodI’mjusthopingIdidn’tpisssomeoneoffwithitokay. )