Somehow the angel read what was happening behind the blank expression on your face and he was instantly on his feet and at your side. There was a turmoil behind your eyes that betrayed your thoughts, though you were attempting to present yourself as calm.
“What’s the matter?”
Cas’s gruff voice brought it all to the surface and you were holding back tears in the next instant and your knees felt weak. You collapsed quickly into the nearest chair and Cas’s concern grew.
“What am I doing here, Cas? I thought I knew what I wanted but now I have no idea.” You caught his blue eyes with yours and felt as though you could allow yourself to break a little more. “I’m just–what am I doing?”
Cas knelt beside you and was brave enough to put a gentle hand on your knee. Your eyes flickered to the contact between the two of you. “You are exactly where you should be,” he said. “And no one has all the answers. It will become clear to you. I wish I could tell you more, but I can’t. I don’t know where your path will lead, but I do know that you belong here.”