Circle of Life
Characters – Sam x Reader
Summary – Sam’s a civilian now, working as a handyman for a local motel and thinking he’s out of the hunting life forever. When the owner of the motel asks him to make some repairs on a house he rents out for some extra money, Sam agrees, not knowing that the job will have him questioning his new life.
Word Count – 2,687
Warnings – None; mostly fluff, with a little bit of angst right in the middle.
A/N – Part one! Takes place between Seasons 7 and 8, when Sam became a handyman after Dean disappeared – canon divergent in that he meets Y/N rather than Amelia. This was written for both a request and a challenge. This request came in from @winchesters-princess: “Can you pretty please write a handyman!sam x reader based off 8.05 “blood brother” fluffy of course ❤️ that was Sam’s actual job and he was on a house call to fix something rather than the motel like in the ep.” Here you go, Ro! I hope you enjoy it!
This was also written for @buckysmetallicstump’s Disney Quote Challenge. I chose quote #1: “The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.” Rafiki, the lion king AND #19. “Ohana means family, and family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.” Lilo, Lilo and Stitch. Thanks Bailey!
BTW – Al and Belle are based off of two of my cats, Rylee and Chloe – and if you’re wondering if the cord story is real, let’s just say that I had to buy a new pair of earbuds just last weekend! Her full name is Chloe Elizabeth “Lucky” Cleveland! LMAO!
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Sam pulled up in front of an older white house and looked down, checking the address on the paper Mr. Davidson had given him. After ensuring he was at the right address, he got out of his truck and leaned over the back, grabbing his banged up toolbox. He made his way to the front of the house, pausing for a moment to look at it. Though it was on the older side, the paint was fresh, with hunter green shutters framing the windows. A flowerbed lined the front walk, and looked to be well designed and maintained – not a weed in sight. Smiling, Sam walked up the front steps and used the key Mr. Davidson had given him to enter the house.