You groaned and rubbed at your temples, a headache forming as you closed the millionth book you checked for a spell to summon one of the gods you were tracking. Sam and Dean were interviewing while you stayed back at the motel and did all the research. Right now, you just wanted to relax and take a break, you couldn’t get anything done with a throbbing head anyway.
Flopping on the bed, you sighed and closed your eyes, smiling to your self as you though of Cas.
You whipped your head to the side to see Cas laying next to you, a smile on his face, “Jeez, Cas!” you laughed and slapped him playfully on the shoulder, “I am never getting used to that”
“How are you?” he asked, face serious again.
Your smile faltered and you shifted closer, “Tired… I feel useless” you said quietly.
Cas reached his hand up and trailed it up your arm, “You are not useless, you’re just…stressed I believe is the word. You work very hard, Y/N, you need to remember that you are a human”
You laughed softly and looked into his eyes, “Sometimes I wish I wasn’t, I sometimes wish I was an angel, that way I could figure this out”
He shook his head and placed his fingers on your forehead, a vision of you saving people popped in your head before he pulled them away, “You do more than I can…you will figure this out”
“Thank you Cas” you whispered, your eyes still locked on his blue ones, eyelids feeling heavy as you snuggled more into the pillow, “But you do a lot too”
Cas smiled and watched your eyelids fluttered as you tried to keep them open, he didn’t know he would fall for a human so easily, “You need to rest. I’ll watch over you” he said, honestly.
You smiled and leaned over to kiss his cheek, not missing the surprised expression on his face, “I know you will”