Kalliel (kalliel) wrote,


I love the transition between these two paragraphs:

When Rowena was forced to leave her home 300 years ago, she found aid with a peasant Polish family. Over time, Rowena grew to care for their eight-year-old son Oskar who also grew fond of her and even called her "Auntie Rowena." Upon learning that he was terminally ill, she decided to give the family a gift for their kindness, and cured Oskar with a spell. She also cast a second spell that would take root when Oskar became fully grown, making him immortal.

At some point, Oskar traveled to Ecuador and learned how to roast coffee beans.

It's one of those things that make you want to add the last line to every notable person's Wikipedia page.

"At some point, Marie Curie traveled to Ecuador and learned how to roast coffee beans." XDDDD
Tags: fandom: spn, salt being a spirit deterrent

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