Are you ready to welcome Jesus into your life?
It’s been a tough last few Sammys.
Let’s take a moment to appreciate Dean touching Sam when he’s concerned about him okay let’s begin
#SPN10 countdown challenge | day 21 - season 5, episode 2
I know you don’t trust me. Just, now I realise something. I don’t trust me either. From the minute I saw that blood, only thought in my head… and I tell myself it’s for the right reasons, my intentions are good, and it, it feels true, you know? But I think, underneath… I just miss the feeling. I know how messed up that sounds, which means I know how messed up I am. Thing is, the problem’s not the demon blood, not really. I mean, I, what I did, I can’t blame the blood or Ruby or… anything. The problem’s me. How far I’ll go. There’s something in me that… scares the hell out of me, Dean.
Okay, finished ch 15 and sent it to be beta’d. Don’t know when i’m going to illustrate it though so might just post it when i get it back.
people who are unapologetically kind and soft and good at their very core are like………so important to me. the era of broody white man antiheroes is over, give me someone who braids flowers into their hair and cooks breakfast for their mom every morning
The only person you can legally hit in the United States is a child.
Hit your partner, and you’ll be arrested for domestic violence. Hit another adult, and you’ll be arrested for assault. But hit a 4-year-old, and you can call yourself a “loving father”. That’s completely screwed up.
It should be against the law for a fully grown adult to slap, hit, spank, punch, switch, whoop, whip, paddle, kick or belt a defenseless child in the name of discipline. But it is legal, and new research in the Journal of Family Psychology suggests that the average 4-year-old is hit 936 times a year.
If study after study conclusively proves that hitting your kids doesn’t work as a disciplinary method, and worse, it has long-term damaging impact to their psychology and makes your kids more aggressive, why do we as a society allow it?—Mel Robbins, "Spanking Isn’t Parenting; It’s Child Abuse" (via holygoddamnshitballs)
The fact that Sam is so ready to forgive anything and everything Dean has done - just because he’s his brother. Because he loves him. And he refuses to leave him alone. As if Sam never would have dreamt of reacting any other way.
Sort of feels like he’s giving Dean the exact reaction he needed Dean to give him years ago, but didn’t get.
"If you wanna go after somebody, you make sure that they got black eyes. Gotta know who the real monsters are in this world.”