So I’m seeing people on my dash talking about The Inexhaustible Silence Of Houses and I just know it’s a bad idea to read it. Should I?
We’re fighting this demon together..! I am currently in the very same situation, but once we know what’s out there, there’s no turning back haha.
*stacks on salt*
This got darker than it was supposed to be..
Season 3 didn’t go so well, Sam. Just saying.
The past month has been bleh, but hopefully I’ll be drawing more quality comics like this one in the near future.
i am the youngest of 3 and I have done this AT LEAST once
As a middle child, I can say this is my life story in a nutshell
As the 9th child of 12 I can gladly say I have done this many times and have also had this done to me.
How many times have we seen Cas alone?
How many times have we seen Cas left to contemplate his choices, his doubt? Uriel leaving, Anna leaving, no guidance from God when he needed it the most. How many times has Cas sat in nature, in a park, in an eternal Tuesday afternoon and been left to think? And how voluntary is his solitude?
It makes me wonder about Cas’s process of doubt. What happened in his life before Dean that made him doubt? Or was Dean the starting point? How did he handle that? What went on in his brain to make him switch from loyal son to an angel with a new cause?
We’ve seen Cas by himself so often that it makes me wonder what he does when he’s not with the boys, when he’s not on a mission, when he’s not active. On his last night on Earth, he only wanted to sit quietly. Cas is sober and demure. He seems introverted, he seems to enjoy the silence of being alone.
I just hope he’s not lonely.
sorry boys, but I already got my eyes on a guy who’s not interested
We all have our scars. From loving someone too deeply. From wanting to protect someone too much.
—Mei Tachibana, Say I Love You
may u forever have the artistic courage of a 13 yr old with a wolf oc on deviantart
“I mean, that’s the reason he’ll never win, because he’s motivated by hate and the haters never win. I just think that’s true about life, because negative energy always costs in the end.” — Tom Hiddleston