“Will you leave me here, dying?”
- Pablo Neruda
friendly reminder dean is going to pray to cas every night and cas isn’t going to hear him
YOU CALL THAT FRIENDLY
Usually I draw cute,fluffy things….and then I remember I am a masochist for feels and I draw things like this…
* hide under poncho*
#he looks so sad #he loves him so much #but he doesn’t understand this feeling #he still thinks that dean needs him because he’s useful #not just for him #and that’s why their story is so sad#because dean thinks that cas doesn’t need him #and cas thinks that dean needs him but only because of his ‘mojo’ #idiots in love (via doomsdayy)
dont even look at me rightnow
Dean, I thought I was doing the right thing”
Yeah, you always do”
I have seen no one make this joke yet so I call dibs.
YOU ODN’T UNDERSTAND I AM DAMN WELL PISSIN MYSELF HOLY FUCK I LOVE YOU WHOEVER MADE THIS IVE BEEN LAUGHING FOR 78 YEARS
one scene that makes you cry
can we please just talk about dean’s facial expressions while naomi was talking about how cas was never coming back to him like just look at that face
More than that, she was talking about his loyalty to Cas and that she only wished Cas felt the same way. These expressions, the way he swallows as if he has a lump in his throat… Dean is trying not to get emotional here! He not only misses Cas and is extremely worried about him, but the idea that Cas doesn’t feel the same way, doesn’t have the same loyalty to Dean as Dean has to Cas…. that possibility is etching into Dean now, and it kills him. Kills him.
Title: All Things Shining
Author: jimmynovaks / casinpanties
Fandom/Genre: Supernatural; Romance; Canon AU (post-s5)
Pairing(s): Dean/Castiel; Sam/OFC
Rating: Mild R
Word Count: ~141,900
Warnings: explicit sexual content
Thanks: To Liz, most excellent beta, editor extraordinaire, for her stellar insight and corrections.
Summary: Something in the world is waking up.
It isn’t long before it’s brought to the attention of the Winchesters and Castiel: miracles are spreading across the country, the paranormal seems to be shrinking back on itself—and it all has something to do with the missing prayer book of a traveling preacher who died over a century ago.
Dean is convinced it’s all the lead-up to another Apocalypse; Sam and Castiel aren’t so sure. Regardless, it sends them out on a less-than-typical road-trip, following the Mississippi and remnants of a very old story that seems increasingly to call to them. And along the way the trio learn much more about themselves—and the consequences and origins of love—than they’d ever have anticipated.
We’ve been through much together, you and I.