“America has one wizarding school.” JKR, please. America spans nine time zones and we can’t even agree on whether there should be sugar in tea or what we should call those beverages made from carbonated flavored water.
I love sweet tea, it’s so refreshing especially on hot days like today where I live. This recipe is so easy and tastes oh so good! Add flavored tea bags for a twist on this classic, or fresh fruit…ENJOY!🍃🍹Stay cool haha!
OK, y’all. Here I go with Part 6 of the Sweet Tea series. If you have not done so already, please read the pre-series warning I have on my master list before you start this series. (My Heart in Ink on my page, & linked below, and right here)
This series deals with domestic violence, attempted murder, murder and at one point, paints Gen in a negative light. No disrespect intended!
Pairings: Jared x Reader, Jensen, Clif, Sara (OC), Misha, Danneel, Couple mentioned SPN cast members, John (OC)
Warnings: Fluff maybe some swearing. Death of a minor character
AN: I want the record to show that I am actually terrified to post this series… Not because of the negative feedback from the things I write but because this story is me literally ripping my heart and soul out and putting it on paper. I am a domestic violence survivor. Keep that in mind when you want to start to ripping me apart in future parts. You were warned.
You stood behind the curtain by the side of the stage with
Danneel, Rob, and Richard watching Jared and Jensen joke with the crowd and
each other at their afternoon panel. Jensen started telling a story as an
answer to a fan’s question and you smiled as you watched your boyfriend run his
fingers through his hair, his hand resting briefly on the back of his head as
he looked over at you. You couldn’t help but smile more as you looked at his
dimples, his smile lighting up his eyes. You blew him a kiss and he winked at
you before turning back to the crowd. You loved watching the boys doing the
panel. The way they interacted with the crowd warmed your heart. The boys
thanked the girl that asked the question you hadn’t payed attention to and
turned to the other side of the stage as the next fan came up.