Ocean Blues

Pairing: Castiel x Reader

Words: 1500?

Warnings: Just fluffy stuff :) 

Notes: A short cute beach fluffy drabble shit that got my mind off crap. I hope you all enjoy it! 

The waves crashed on the tall, dark ridged rocks. When they folded over themselves and bubbled white foam, it made thunderous sounds that you could feel in your chest. It was a clear sky, not a cloud in sight and the birds were bathing in the sun. You decided to take your bike out for a short ride to the beach, planning on being lazy by laying on the sand for the entire day. The sand was hot and it clung to your legs as you padded your way to a open spot near the water. 

You laid out your extra large beach towel that Sam bought from the superstore then applied some sunscreen. Your body sunk into the Earth’s natural memory foam and let out a much needed deep breath. Behind your eyelids, your mind played back the events of yesterday. A hunt. Arms saving you from a fall. And those same arms holding you, while the voice who owned them rang truth into your ear. Castiel’s voice lingered in your thoughts. 

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Chickadee Meets Hummingbird 05– “Ahh. Out of sight, out of mind.” Zen Glen, Indian Land, South Carolina, July 24, 2016

As we broaden our perspective,

We deepen our foundation.

We can never see more

That we can allow ourselves to see.

Growing up enables us to face all that can be seen

And more than meets the eye.

No growing,

No seeing.

The path of the Hero’s Journey

Carries us from the declaration

Of Col. Nathan R. Jessup

In “A Few Good Men”–

“You can’t handle the truth!”

To the place of being able to face, handle and serve

“The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth”

In each situation as it arises

All our life long.

anonymous asked:

I saw a picture on teenmomcentral's blog of Farrah with Derek's family. It kinda irritates me how the only time she lets them see Sophia is while filming a segment about Derek. Any other time they're out of sight out of mind.

It does seem that way.

Brazilian Colloquialisms, Sayings, and Slang #85

O que os olhos não veêm o coração não sente - What the eyes don’t see, the heart doesn’t feel

A Brazilian saying somewhere between “what she/he doesn’t know wont hurt her/him” and “out of sight, out of mind”, as it can be used both in reference to oneself or to someone else.