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“I know you want to replace me with the other France because...well, who wouldn't want him, right? He's clean, nice, good-looking and he can cook. Plus he does all that romantic garbage all the time. And he never does anything to hurt you. How can I ever compete with that, right? It's not like I want to hurt you but..." That's the only thing he was ever good at, isn't it?”—
No One Does it Better - Chapter Twenty One (FINAL CHAPTER)
It seemed that for once in the boys’ lives, true peace had been found. It had been ages since they’d heard from Craig. Even Sarah had slowly begun to accept Kellin when she saw how much happier Vic was becoming. Jakoby was growing – he was hardly a kitten anymore, although it would be a while before he reached actual adulthood.
“You show me things you want me to enjoy. You comfort me when I have sorrow. You hold me while I sleep, and you are patient when I need you to be. You made me part of your family. You made me your lover. You gave me yourself. Dean, I used to think I was sent to save you, but I think you are the one saving me.”
“Cas,” Dean whispered and stepped closer to him. He took hold of Castiel’s jaw and kissed him.
“I love you so much,” Castiel whispered, leaning their heads together. “I love you so much.”
crying over s5 christmas fic in april what has dean/cas done to me
On April 1st, 1976 Lily Evans and James Potter both agreed that they had pulled a coup: they married each other without lighting anything on fire. Admittedly, Lily had chosen the date knowing that Sirius Black, Peter Pettigrew, and Remus Lupin were bound by an old Marauder’s vow to never pull a prank of April Fool’s Day. Sirius had been less than thrilled when he learned the date of the wedding, even going so far as to lie to Lily and say that that was the day of a Full Moon. She showed him a chart of the Moon cycles and he ran off to pester James about the date.
But it was a strange wedding, nonetheless, filled with happy faces that never got the chance to see the bruises that Lily’s dress hid— the bruises that a Death Eater had given her two weeks before as she and James had, through sheer, ridiculous luck, managed to escape an attack.
It was also an amazing wedding: old friends came with shiny gifts; Mrs. Potter sat in the front row smiling happily the whole time; the entire wedding party managed to shove together for one of the best pictures Lily had ever been a part of; everyone went to the reception and drank too much; Sirius gave a speech crediting himself with forcing Lily and James together by rejecting both of their advances and directing them at one another instead; Lily had laughed as James threw his napkin at Sirius; and then they all ate cake (though much of it ended up thrown around the room, too). But mostly, it was amazing for Lily because she married James. Married him. Finally. Forever.
With cake smashed all over her face (and a bit in her hair courtesy of Sirius who claimed food fights didn’t qualify as pranks), a very tired Lily danced with her husband on the wooden floor of their reception hall and tried to memorize the moment. It wasn’t often a person was perfectly happy, after all.
Prelude to Destiny by AnotherDreamer
Side effects of reading The Life and Times
Anger towards people who don’t exist
Falling hopelessly in love with James Potter
An uncontrollabe urge to…
- turn into a puppy and bite Carlotta Meloni’s face off
- run over Charlie Plex with the Knight Bus
- set an angry mob on Shelley Mumps
Refusal to believe that original characters are not canon
And lastly the number one side effect…
Such extreme levels of despair that you feel like a dementor is sucking out your soul