saving people, hunting things
So the angels are expelled from heaven.
Metatron is running the show.
And there’s really nobody who can get up there to stop him.
If he can hack into Sam & Dean’s heaven, he can certainly hack into Metatron’s white room. He can even…
just imagine sam and dean roasting marshmallows over a burning corpse
sorry i couldn’t resist it
you mean popcorn
THEY LOOK LIKE COMETS
It’s one of those things they don’t talk about.
There is also, maybe, a little bit of a chance that Sammy doesn’t remember it (Dean hopes he doesn’t remember it. Sam was five, and Dean shouted at him about it for three days. Thinking about it still makes him flinch).
In his first year of school Sam Winchester learned three things.
1) People can be monsters too.
2) Winnie the Pooh is God.
3) Everybody has a mom.
They never celebrated Father’s Day. For one thing, Dean could never seem to remember when it was coming up, and for another, John was somehow never, ever, not once, home on that day.
But Sam went to school and he got himself some knowledge and used it to deduce that if John was definitely dad, then Dean must be mom. It wasn’t that Sam didn’t understand that Dean was his brother. It was that Sam’s understanding of moms stemmed from Hallmark movies and Clorox commercials.
Moms give hugs. And moms sit with you after your nightmares (real or imagined) scare you so bad you can’t sleep anymore. Moms know where the Band-Aids are. Moms know when it’s time for bigger shoes. And Moms yell at you when you’ve torn a hole in your new jeans.
So one Sunday in May, Dean Winchester received his first and only Mother’s Day card. Sam’s name was written inside with different colored crayons, along with a misspelled message about how Sam appreciate the way Dean took such good care of him. Even if most of the time he was “shity” about it.
Dean was eleven. And it hurt more than a punch in the nuts.
He screamed at Sam until he was hoarse. He smashed two mugs against the wall and broke the air-conditioner with his foot. And then he went outside and sat behind the motel, still clutching the card, and cried until he gave himself a headache.
In recent years (having been both dead, resurrected, and a chess piece in his own past) Dean has starting thinking that maybe it wasn’t such a stupid thing for Sam to believe. Dean didn’t get pissed because Sam thought Dean was a mom and by association girly. He got pissed because Sam thought he had a mom, and that was something Dean could never have again.
Dean still has the card. He kept it through everything, through the apocalypse and Sam’s campaign to save the world and his own petition for angelic suicide, because it’s the only piece of evidence he has that maybe he wasn’t always such a fuck-up.
He takes it out sometimes, when Sam is asleep or not around, and looks at it.
He hopes he was a good mom.
Or an alright one, at least.
Pillows! Phew~ These guys were a LOT of work, but thanks to ignitethesky we were able to get about 15 each of these pillow cases done. These are my FIRST two color designs, and I am SO happy with how they turned out. These pillow cases are 16”x16”, hand sewn with flannel plaid backs. I designed each one to look like classic, vintage business signage for each character (I’m sitting on a Singer Salvage design) I’m particularly proud of Castiel’s colors because we found the perfect Trenchcoat Tan to print on, and the navy blue ink matches his tie beautifully. Anywho~ The pillows are a steal at $28 each, or less if you buy them in a set. All are available right here- Thanks guys!
Oh my godddd the backs are flannel and the designs are so perfect and Dean and his pies and moose!Sam asdfghjkl
/rolling around crying because everything is perfect
GUYS. GUYS YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND. LOOK AT THE WHOLE FUCKING STORE. THEY HAVE SHERLOCK AND TEEN WOLF STUFF TOO. I’M ABOUT TO BLOW MY ENTIRE GODDAMN BUDGET ON ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING IN HERE JUST LEAVE ME TO DIE.
I put up with a lot from you.
Finally Sam knows..
To anyone whoever wished they had a sibling.