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Not Over You "You need to stop keeping things from me!" Dean screamed, throwing the cheap motel lamp off of the table. "What the hell is up with you Sam? You're acting all kinds of crazy." "I'm fine Dean!" Sam yelled back, frustrated. "Stop getting so worried about me, I can take care of myself! We're not kids anymore!" Sam lied through his teeth. What he was feeling was the complete opposite of what he said. He felt like a train wreck. Dean was right. There was something up with him lately and he was acting all kinds of crazy, but he just wasn't looking to have what his brother would call a chick flick moment. He knew if Dean was in the same situation he wouldn't talk openly to Sam, so he didn't feel like he needed to either. Plus, it's not like Dean would take well to what he had to say. "Fine!" Dean hissed when he realized Sam wasn't going to budge. He angrily stormed ou
Destiel Fic The city was beautiful at night, especially with the light snowfall coming from the sky and leaving a light coat of frozen vapor covering the buildings and trees. Castiel was happy. Maybe it wasn't good news that the demon and monster activity had decreased to the point where it was nearly nonexistent, but it gave him more time to spend with his friends down on earth. Now they were travelling around the country, just like Dean had always wanted to. They had already seen the Grand Canyon, the Golden Gate bridge, and they even saw the Liberty Bell twice. To be honest, Cas didn't even care what sights they were out there to see, for all he cared they could stare at the worlds largest ball of twine for weeks, because he was here with Sam and Dean, and for the first time in his very long life, he felt truly happy. Now the trio was in New York. It was gorgeous at this time of year. People walked around happy holding h