The story of a man afraid of flying, and an angel afraid of falling, who
somehow met in the middle. The man who denied the existence of angels
came to love one. The angel who never felt began to feel. The man who
was saved from an eternity in Hell by an angel. The angel who fell in
every way imaginable for a man. The man, with a clear path to escape,
decided instead to stay in Purgatory for a year, searching for his
angel, praying to him every night. Begging. When he found him, he held
him; he told him that he needed him, that he’d get him out, even if it
killed them both. The angel rejected his faith, his family, his home,
and everything he knew, so he could keep the man safe. They stay
together despite fate, despite what they are, because they refuse to be
pulled apart. It is the greatest love story to ever have been written.
but I love the way Dean subtly holds out his arms while Cas just throws himself into Dean and how his arms just latches around Dean’s shoulders and his head just naturally burrows into Dean’s neck and he just holds him like he doesn’t want to let go
and then there’s Dean with his “oh okay Cas” with this fond exasperated tone and eye roll but he has this pleased little smile like “I missed you too cas”
This is a little thing I put together, where I handpicked every single time Destiel made me go: “JUST GET MARRIED ALREADY”.
You’re one of the best friends I’ve had, we’ve known each other I think, for three years now, almost four if I’m correct. I love talking to you and I love the fact that no matter what, we always return to each other somehow. We could spend months without talking but in the end, we always come back. I guess that’s what friendship is. I hope someday I can go visit you and we can scream at each other when a Supernatural episode ends in real life. You’re very special to me and I hope you always remember that.