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Castle/Beckett appreciation week day 3 [x]
↳ favourite quote(s)

To be quite honest, it was hard to choose favourite quotes. Castle is full of them. But there are different groups of quotes. You have the fun quotes, the ones that just make you laugh. You have the teasing quotes, the more flirty ones. And you have the meaningful quotes, the quotes with meaning behind them. But what I chose for today, was quotes that really have to do with their relationship. These are a couple of my favourites, quotes that just make me go all asdflkjasdf. Let’s call them the feelsy quotes!

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castle&beckett appreciation week → 
        day seven: au
Castle and Beckett meet their first year of college and date for a few months before Beckett mysteriously disappears. Seventeen years later, he runs into her as he’s promoted from vice to homicide. There’s just one thing - or rather, someone - that makes things a little more complicated: their sixteen year old daughter, Jo.

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Castle/Beckett Appreciation Week

Day 3, Favorite Quote(s):

“Everything I’ve ever done, every choice I’ve ever made, every terrible and wonderful thing that’s ever happened to me, it’s all led me right here, this moment, with you.” -Richard Castle, 6x15

“I need you to know that our partnership, our relationship is the greatest thing that has ever happened to me. You’re an amazing man, and I love you with all my heart. Always.” - Kate Beckett, 6x17

castle/beckett appreciation week

day three - favourite quote

Coney Island. We had a reception at our place after my mom’s funeral and it was miserable. I was miserable and my Dad took my hand and he said ‘Let’s get the hell outta here, Katie.’ And we took the Q train and went up to Coney Island and we walked up and down that beach just enjoying ourselves. We’re still in our funeral clothes. And the best part was we made this little guy out of the twigs and twine that washed up on the shore.”

“Does that make that day a bad memory or a good one?”

“Both. He’s a reminder that even on the worst days there’s the possibility for joy.”