Sastiel Love Week | Day Four

Sam loves fall.

He’d never admit it to Dean, but it’s the truth. He loves spending fall in states with lots of trees or mountains, so he can watch the leaves change colors and revel in the ability to wear multiple layers without overheating (he would wear layers regardless but that’s a different story). Utah is a good state, for example. He’s also fond of Colorado and the state they’re currently in, Vermont.

Cas looks especially beautiful in the fall. The angel is raking leaves outside the bed and breakfast Sam persuaded Dean to stop at, chatting in a friendly manner with the elderly lady who owns the place. Something about the smile on his face, the sure way with which he handles the rake, and the sharp contrast of his hair against the orange-red of the leaves has Sam falling a little more in love with the angel.

Cas looks up to see Sam watching him from the front porch, hands shoved in his pockets to keep his fingers warm, and waves, clearly telling the lady all about his boyfriend as he does so. Sam smiles and waves back.

Yes, Sam loves fall, but he loves Cas more.

This is… I cannot express how much I love this. I’m crying?

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Her teeth chattered and Ben snuggled closer, face in her neck and hands tangled with hers.

“In ten minutes we’re going to the bed and breakfast - ”

“It’s not that c-cold” she insisted pointlessly. It was the coldest night Indiana had seen in a few years and not the best time to be camping. There was no denying it.

“Les -”

“Fine! Ten minutes and we can go.”

She mumbled something about Minnesota boys being tougher, which resulted in a lot of tickling and shrieking on Leslie’s part. She ended up beneath him, hands pinned above her as Ben’s dark eyes raked over her body.

“You think you can make this happen in ten minutes?” She teased. Ben growled and bit down on her neck.

“Don’t test me” he taunted lightly before tugging them both underneath her sleeping bag.

“Nobody’s going to do your life for you. You have to do it yourself, whether you’re rich or poor, out of money or raking it in, the beneficiary of ridiculous fortune or terrible injustice. And you have to do it no matter what is true. No matter what is hard. No matter what unjust, sad, sucky things befall you. Self-pity is a dead-end road. You make the choice to drive down it. It’s up to you to decide to stay parked there or to turn around and drive out.” — Cheryl Strayed



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Out here in the fields [3/3]

Daniel at the Nelson Ranch in La Grange, 100 miles South East of Austin.

Apparently he learnt how to rake hay, bale hay and lasso a cow. Also got to drive a 4500hp tractor-puller courtesy of the Texas Bullwhip Pulling Team.

“Those hay bales are heavy though - much heavier than I expected so I certainly had to put in some effort. Apparently because it’s fresh and wet, they weigh 20-30lbs more than they will when they dry out. That’s the excuse I’m using anyway - it’s pretty tiring!”