You walked up, hugging your arms
which were numb from the down pour of rain that had begun about two minutes
after your car had stalled on the side of the road and refused to start. You
knocked on the garage door, after finally finding a place that was open and
prayed someone would answer. The side door opened after a minute and a man
stepped out with dark hair and greasy clothes on. His shirt read “Cas” on it.
He had soft blue eyes that held a deep look to them. “Can you help me please?
My car is a piece of crap and you’re the only mechanic open this late,” you
called out over the rain. The man helped you inside the garage and shut the
door before going and grabbing you a towel. “Are you alright?” the man asked in
a gruff voice.
nodded taking the towel with a shaky hand, ‘Oh
so now I shiver’ you mentally cursed yourself. “Where’s your car at?” he
asked bringing you a cup of coffee. “Down on the highway…my cell died after I
called a couple of different places,” you said quietly taking a sip of coffee,
letting the liquid warm you. “Well, I’m Cas. I’ll tow your car in but I can’t
promise that I’ll be able to fix it tonight.” You nodded quickly. “I
understand, just as long as it doesn’t have to sit out on the highway anymore,”
you said softly wrapping the towel around you tightly. “You walked here from
the highway?” Cas asked turning to look at you. You shrugged, “My cell died and
I didn’t know what else to do,” you whispered looking down.
nodded, “I’ll go tow it in and then I’ll give you a ride home. I’ll fix it
tomorrow, come on,” he smiled a little and helped you into the tow truck. Once
you were both in the warmth of the heat blowing on you, you looked over at him
“I’m Y/N by the way,” you smiled a little. Cas smiled looking at you for a
moment. “It’s nice to meet you, Y/N. Well…I found your car…. can’t say it’s in
the best shape though.” Upon pulling up to the car, the windows had been busted
out and you could already see your stereo was torn out. You sighed putting your
face in your hands. “Just my luck,” you mumbled into your palms.
looked at you, feeling bad for you. Not only had you walked like 5 miles to
find a mechanic but now your belongings had been stolen as well. He hooked your
car up and smiled softly at you. “Let’s get back to the shop. Then, we’ll grab
some food and I’ll take a look under the hood,” Cas said softly as you looked
at him. “I don’t want to keep you at work all night. I should just go get a new
car because this car is so old and has so many problems.” You shook your head
but Cas smiled. “It’d be my pleasure to work on this car and to hang out with
you for a while,” Cas smiled softly before taking off to the shop.