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Do i make you happy?

I would say you are both happiness and sadness together but thats okay because no matter what you"ll always be home; the one my heart belongs to.

—  When you were upset.


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ice cream ask answers

french vanilla: how old are you?

i’m 16 

coffee: favorite cosmetic brands?

i love nyx and colourpop. they’re both inexpensive and v good

cotton candy: three places you want to travel to?

1) san francisco (again)

2) los angeles (also again)

3) idk seattle maybe

bubblegum: books or movies?

movies probably

rocky road: favorite songs at the moment?

the 1975′s entire discography

mint: the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done?

i can’t think of any bc i deeply repress my embarrassing moments

praline: a popular book you haven’t read yet?

the twilight series i suppose

butter pecan: favorite songs for life?

HHHHH this is difficult idk man hamilton for one thing i guess

salted caramel: favorite movies?

probably the blair witch project

chocolate: when was your first kiss?

almost a year ago

black cherry: four words that describe you?

a very gay mess


Title: The Sullivan Series: Changes
Fandom: Supernatural
Characters: Zoë Sullivan (Original character), Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester
Time period: beginning season 1
Warnings: swearing, minor injury, little angst, traumatic memories, dealing with loss, Sam’s sad puppy dog eyes
Music: ‘Down By The River’ by Neil Young, ‘Look But You Can’t Touch’ by Poison, ‘Changes’ by Black Sabbath
Word Count: 3595 words

Summary: Third chapter of the Sullivan Series part one: Changes. What started as an ordinary shapeshifter case for huntress Zoë Sullivan, turns out to be much more complicated the moment the Winchester brothers get involved. A lot has happened since Dean last saw Zoë and both boys are eager to find out why she’s ended up hunting the supernatural, but her attitude and bitterness makes it almost impossible to work with her.

Author’s note: The Sullivan Series is my Supernatural-based fanfiction that I’ve been working on for years and years. If you are up for a series that is going to last long, this is a fic for you.

Previous parts:
part one - part two

Rochester, Minnesota
November 24th, 2005

Sunshine peeks through the red curtains, like a little kid spying while playing hide and seek. The beams illuminate motes of dust which are playfully dancing in the air. Thunder and rain moved on and made room for the sun to shine. It’s past noon and Sam’s sitting behind the small table, which is entirely filled with papers, books, files and both his and Zoë’s laptop. Concentrated he goes through documents which the Macbook’s wiki contains, preparing for the next encounter with the shapeshifter. Neil Young is singing Down By The River on the radio, so softly that you’d have to listen very carefully to make out the words. Besides traffic rushing by on Route 52 next to the motel, it’s peaceful. Dean turns on his back in the double bed, grunting softly. Sam looks up and grins. He’s not sure what’s funnier; the fact that Dean isn’t sleeping on the floor or on the couch as Zoë persisted earlier, or that she’s actually the one sleeping next to him. 

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