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Journal Entry: May 2, 2010

This is my last entry in my hunting journal. To say that I am ecstatic about the fact that my family and I survived our final fight with Lucifer and his legion of followers, is a major understatement. Sam, Dean, Cassie, John, Ellen, Jo, Bobby, Castiel and I; along with Ed and Harry, were all there when Lucifer was struck down by Michael's Sword, wielded by my brother-in-law.

The last few years have been full of hardship as well as times where everything was light hearted. Since I met Sam, I have done, seen and learned things I had never expected, though I would not have it any other way. While raising Ian during the last few years was not the ideal situation, I thank the Lord that everything is over and that his school years are going to be more settled than his formative years.

I still cannot believe that after everything we have gone through, we can finally settle down and raise a family. However, I know that we are not going to let our guard down. There is no way that the rest of the legions of Hell and the other monsters out there are going to leave us be. Therefore, it would be prudent for us to stay vigilant and to pass our knowledge through the generations. Sam's grandparents and mother would want that. While the legacy of knowing and fighting the supernatural is dangerous, it is better than assuming.

As I sit here, in Bobby's living room, I cannot help but think back on the last few years.

After we had all decided to get the tattoos, we continued training and going on other hunts. We ran into one of the yellow-eyed demon's followers. During the next six months we had discovered and lost the special 1835 Colt six-shooter. While we were not sure what had happened, we were almost positive that somehow the yellowed-eyed demon had planned for the theft.

Six months after we were all tattooed and protected from possession, Sam was kidnapped as he went into a diner to grab us some dinner. Thankfully, we were able to find him in Cold Oak, South Dakota after he had been able to get Andy, another of the special children whom we had discovered, to send a message to Dean and me about where they were.

By the time we arrived, only Sam and one of the other special children were alive. They were walking out of town when the other survivor went to stab him in the back. Needless to say, I was not pleased and fired off a couple of shots. All of which hit their mark in the bastard's wrist which held the knife and in the legs.

We left the boy there in the town and left to head back to Bobby's house. What we found when we got there was surprising to say the least; outside the house, waiting for us to return were Ellen and her daughter Jo. Come to find out, while we were dealing with Sam being kidnapped, Ellen and Jo had their home and bar blown up. However, not before our secondary computer guy, Ash, had discovered part of the Yellow Eyed Bastard's plan. However, he had only enough time to give the information to Ellen and Jo to bring to us before he died from his injuries in the explosion.

After discovering the location, we headed to the graveyard that was in the center of the railway tracks, which just so happened to create a Seal of Solomon around the graveyard, effectively preventing demons from entering the area. And, as we found out, preventing the other special kid from also opening the gates of Hell.

Because of the prevention, things have started quieting down in the supernatural world. We had found out that the only reason there had been more possessions and attacks were because Azazel had been a braggart and the rest of the demon world had begun to follow him in hopes he would be able to free both Lilith and Lucifer.

So in short we prevented the apocalypse.

It's kind of a heedy feeling knowing that you saved seven billion lives. But I think we handled it with graceā€¦. Ah who am I kidding. If it hadn't been for Cassie and myself, I think the guys would've slept where they lay on the ground after the fight.

So here I am now, three years later, working as a social worker in Topeka, Kansas while Sam is working with John and Dean as Private Investigators and are putting together quite the business. I still can't believe that Sam and I are expecting our first child. We're leaving it a surprise.

Ian, well he's grown so much in the last couple of years. Thankfully, Sam and I found a daycare center to place him in during the day, which is intellectually stimulating so he's learning at warp speed. He's also very excited to be a big brother

Dean and Cassie are going strong and live in the house next door to us and are expecting their first child as well. Though they do know they are expecting a little girl. When we found out Sam and I couldn't stop laughing. We could just imagine Dean pulling out all of his old hunting weapons and cleaning them when her first date comes to pick her up.

It has been eighteen months since we heard a word from the supernatural world and I can only pray that it stays that way, but in the mean time the Winchester family will continue to be vigilant and continue to train and inform the next generation.

Jessica Winchester

*sniffs* I can't believe it's over! This series has been my baby since the beginning. I am sad to see it come to an end. But maybe after a marathon of watching my SPN DVD's I can get my muse working for another story.

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