Today is one of the days that I feel like closing this thing.
“Well little sisters should know when to mind their own business” he spat out at Anna, “shouldn’t you be dead, or put in Bible camp for your disobedience?”
“One would think you’d be the one who would understand about unfair punishments.” Anna shrugs, taking a seat on one of the chairs. “How am I meddling into your things if I haven’t even done anything?” Well, not anymore.
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Annie. That’s a lovely name, I might add.
It’s just a new emotion for me. I don’t know if I like it all too much, Anna. It’s even harder, being away from our siblings. At least there was always someone there.
I don’t like it.
No, this is not really one emotion one might enjoy. But we can always learn from our feelings, good or bad. They can help us understand ourselves better or what’s happening around us. I will stay with you, if my presence still brings you some comfort. I miss being around our family too, but even apart, we are still part of each other. You should never forget that.
I’m not sure which or the difference or what not.
“I have been set free.” Persephone replied, giving a small shrug. “For now, at least. Until Crowley decides that he has had enough of me making friends with the Winchester boy…”
Anna pays close attention to her words. “That’s something we share then.” She pauses for a second. “Not the Crowley bit, though.”
Smiling sweetly, Persephone bowed her head at the woman. “Thank you, Dear. How are you?”
"You are welcome." Anna smiles back. "I have been well, yes." The angel nods, mostly reassuring herself. "I was not aware you were around here. But then, I have been away."
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"Hello Persephone." Anna bows respectfully. "I am very fond of your flowers."
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“How exactly did you find me?”
"Hello to you too, brother." Anna frowns. "You don’t seem very happy to see me."
"Little sisters have the skill to find their siblings wherever they hide." She pauses for a moment. "Or perhaps it’s just me."