“Dean! Get the hell off me!”

“No, Sam!”

“Let me through!”

“You can’t go in there! You’re going to get yourself killed!” Dean was holding his brother back, purposely standing in his way.

“I don’t care!” Sam roared back. “Y/N is in there!” And then he said more quietly, as if he was trying not to break, “Y/N is in there.”

“I know,” Dean said, finally letting go of the front of Sam’s jacket. “I know. But we need a plan. You can’t just charge in there, guns blazing. Let’s be smart about this.”

Sam could only clench his jaw and concede to his brother’s demands.

anonymous asked:

HNNNNNNNNNNGH I JUST BINGE-READ CRASH AND JFC-- I see you have another chapter story called Mess Is Mine and I'm honestly scared that I'll be emotionally wrecked at the end of it-

I have no idea what you’re talking about…

(oh wait yeeeeessss I do MUAHAHAHA) Crash is probably still my favorite thing I’ve written, though there are now many close seconds.


Crash: (Dean x Reader) 
Part 1 - Crash
Part 2 - Shattered
Part 3 - The Way Things Are & Will Be
Part 4 - Las Cruces
Part 5 - Something Wicked This Way Comes
Part 6 - A Step Towards the End
Part 7 - All Too Familiar
Part 8 - Wreckage
Part 9 - Numb
Part 10 - Deliverance
Part 11 - The Other Side
Part 12 - Risen - Conclusion

Mess Is Mine: (Sam x Reader)
Part 1 - The Wolf On Your Doorstep
Part 2 - The Person in the Pitch
Part 3 - The Blood in the Bathtub
Part 4 - The Ravens on the Windowsill
Part 5 - The Truth in the Tales
Part 6 - The Shoe in the Suitcase
Part 7 - The Voices in the Vision
Part 8 - The Bench and the Boy
Part 9 - The Home in the Hide-out
Part 10 - The Chains in the Cold
Part 11 - The Head in the Halo
Part 12 - The Truth in the Nightmare
Part 13 - The Wicked in the Witch

Juniper the fox is in love with an Australian Shepherd named Moose.

Juniper’s owner told Bored Panda:  

“I brought Juniper home when she was only five weeks old. Moose was raised around all kinds of animals so when she ran up to him tail wagging and crying they were instantly friends.”

“Foxes put their butts on things they want to own or think is theirs. Moose gets sat on daily. I’ll often walk into the room and see Moose laying down with such a glum look on his face while Juniper is there just sitting in this head smiling.”

She also posted some advice on Instagram, in response to all the comments from people saying “I WANT ONE!”

“Foxes are not like owning a dog or cat. Foxes smell. Bad. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox. You cannot keep a fox indoors 24/7… Foxes are destructive, they will destroy things in your house… They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. If you get a fox, you need to find a vet willing to treat one. Most vets will not treat foxes.”

“If you are renting the property you live in/on, do NOT GET A FOX. Foxes cannot be boarded or sent to ‘doggy daycare.’ Kiss your vacations goodbye.
..  Foxes do not always ‘potty train.’ Some have success with a litter box, but others find that it is impossible. Even if you do train them, they will likely still mark or happy pee, which results in a skunky, musty odor. Foxes are easily stressed by new situations and people. They usually bond to one person and find exposure to new people and loud noises to be frightening…  Foxes do not always get along with dogs, and in fact, dogs are pretty likely to hate them.
 Some foxes get aggressive despite the best efforts of their owners.”

“Food aggression is a huge issue. I’ve seen excellent owners struggle and struggle with aggression that can lead to bites. Foxes bite. Especially as babies. Foxes go through a stage known as ‘the October crazies.’ During this period they become standoffish and occasionally very aggressive. Foxes can make excellent companions and it is nice to serve as an ambassador for such a misunderstood and beautiful creature. But they are not for everyone.”

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Spent the long weekend in Colorado, the place that got me into photography a decade ago, and fell even more in love with it than I was before.

Various locations in the state of Colorado. July 2016. (Instagram)


This adorable moose family in Eagle River, Alaska just discovered one of summer’s simplest pleasures, running through a sprinkler to cool off.

When Eagle River resident Candice Helm spotted the mama moose and her twin calves wandering through the neighborhood looking distressed by the heat, she turned on the sprinklers outside her house and then recorded the family first finding relief and then the energy to frolic in the cool spray:

[via Neatorama and EarthPorm]