.:Overcome:. Chapter 3The low, electronic, chime signaled that the door was opening, people were coming inside, and that Dean should probably stop daydreaming behind the counter. The dusty old record store looked small and ratty from the outside, but inside was one of the largest record collections in existence. Sure, the mint green paint wasn’t exactly easy on the eyes and maybe the tiles were coming up from the floors, but Dean loved it anyway. It was like the home that he never had.Luckily for him it was just Sam, there was really no one to impress, or to try and sell stuff to. Every Friday, Sam would meet Dean at work and they would hang out until the store closed. The manager, Benny, seemed a little bit strange but he let Sam stick around to keep Dean company and loved the boys as if they were his family. Sam couldn’t really let small suspicions ruin an entire relationship, especially since he was all the boys really had to escape to when they needed it.
.:Overcome:. Chapter 2If Sam Winchester had to name the most beautiful sound ever, he would probably say the ninth period bell, especially on a Friday. Tenth grade could best be categorized as hell on earth for him so far. Despite the fact that Sam was a straight A’s student throughout his whole life, he could not grasp chemistry. Sure, he had a 105 average in forensics and a 101 in English, but he could not shake his only failing grade. What started out as a low 80 kept going lower and lower until it finally settled at a 59. It didn’t help that his teacher was the biggest jerk that he had ever met in his life.Mr. Crowley, or Dr. Crowley as he would correct you, was the biggest douche bag of a teacher in the whole entire school and Sam had to deal with him every day. He wasn’t sure that he actually qualified to be called a doctor, but Sam was pretty sure that if he questioned him he would get detention for the rest of his life. He was a full grown man, yet Sam towered over him at the age
.:Overcome:. Chapter 1The Winchesters really aren’t all that hard to find. As soon as you find your way to the worst part of town, you make a left down the worst looking street and if you can hear John Winchester yelling at his two kids about how disappointed he is in them without even opening the door, then you’ve found them.As soon as the family business fell through, things went to shit for the two young boys. Dean got to enjoy a few good years with a loving mother and father, but Sam was never lucky enough to know anything but the turmoil of a broken home. The auto shop was already suffering from the declining economy, but when the whole thing burned down in a freak accident only six months after Sam was born, it took the boy’s mother and any shred of happiness that John had left in his body with it.For as long as Sam could remember, John was an asshole of a father who only cared about figuring out who caused his wife and his shop to burn up, drinking, and himself.