Let’s begin with looking back at season 8 and then earlier seasons.
It’s headcanon for me that when Sam hit that dog (as we saw in season 8)
he was really out of control and suicidal because he thought he had lost Dean forever.What happened after that, …
I am literally crying right now. That was beautiful!
That’s the town.
This summer a bear was getting in everyone’s garbage and I came walking home one night and my garbage was ripped all over the yard. I turned into a spy so quickly I have to laugh now, creeping around the house, looking for a bear in the dark and trying to get to the door.
It sounds weird, but I think we got so use to it, we just understood what to do and how to react. I mean, I am only there during the summer, but I easily revert back to keeping my eyes out for animal while walking home, especially if there is bears or wolves in the area. Especially this following summer, I think the fire chased them into town, because there was a lot more then I remember.
sometimes i worry that my taste in books isn’t varied enough but then i remember that i don’t care because i read for enjoyment not to impress anyone
*reads first book in series* wow I can’t put this book down it is perfectly written and fantastic
*reads second book in series* everything I wanted to happen in the first book is happening now cue plot twist
*reads final book* what the actual fuck
Yay, my friend let me borrow Dick for a Day: What Would you do if you Had One? edited by Fiona Giles.
This is going to be an interesting Christmas break.
Involving interesting looks from my parents ;)
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My reading list for the Christmas break!
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
The Hound of the D'Urbervilles by Kim Newman
Eclipse (Twilight Book 3) by Stephenie Meyer
Breaking Dawn (Twilight Book 4) by Stephenie Meyer
The Swan Thieves by Elizabeth Kostova
Wish me luck and a Very Merry Bibliophile Christmas!