Hii, I love you. Can I get an imagine where the reader gets hurt on a hunt and
can’t walk for a few days so the boys and even chuck pamper her. (Then an
awkward moment w cas when she needs to go pee and can’t get up) I just wanted
some cheering up :p
hurt sucks, especially when it is witch related, but luckily you have a host of
people who care about you and are happy to help you on your healing path.
“I hate this.”
You growled as Sam carried you down the bunker stairs.
“I’m sorry, Y/N.
Hopefully it’s temporary.” Sam
I’m sure it will be temporary.”
He corrected quickly.
This was going to be you for a while. One stupid witch. One stupid curse…and you couldn’t walk. Couldn’t wiggle your toes…nothing.
Sam set you down in your bed and helped you get comfortable. “Do you need anything?” He asked quickly.
My sister hooked me up with a cheese stuffed cheeseburger recipe. Sadly they were all eaten before I could take a picture so I can’t show you how they turned out but if they were eaten that fast you can guess they must have been good.
We took ground beef and formed 2 patties then put shredded cheese in between and grilled’em up. Pretty simple but a fun twist on a classic.
Original owner of Matt’s Bar dies hours before Obama’s visit
Matt Bristol, the man who started Matt’s Bar in Minneapolis, died Thursday morning at the age of 89 – just a few hours before President Barack Obama visited the well-known restaurant Thursday, reports say.
Family members told WCCO Bristol, the bar’s original owner and founder, didn’t know Obama would be coming to the restaurant for lunch.
Bristol opened the neighborhood eatery in 1954, and claims to have invented the now-iconic, destination Minnesota burger known as the Jucy Lucy.
Although other local restaurants have similar cheese-stuffed burgers on their menus, Bristol had long told the story of how his bar was the first, and all others are just mere imitations. The story, according to the Matt’s Bar’s website, goes like this: A customer came into the restaurant and asked for two hamburger patties with a slice of cheese in the middle, and upon biting into the burger the customer exclaimed, “That’s one juicy Lucy!”
The burger quickly became popular. So popular, actually, that the restaurant forgot to put the “I” in juicy on their menu, so the burger has since been called the Jucy Lucy.