1. Jared and his beanie in Maui in 2008

  2. 

You could go the distance, you could run the mileYou could walk straight through hell with a smile

    You could go the distance, you could run the mile
    You could walk straight through hell with a smile

  3. petite-madame:

    As Quickreaver said there was a lack of Sam on her dash…♥

    Drawn on white paper then inverted in Photoshop (pencil an charcoal) + PS enhancements (shadows, highlights and manuscript texture). Basically, it’s this technique. I’m experimenting. ^^;;

  4. 
Sam looking really good in 8x16
    Sam looking really good in 8x16
  5. mimblexwimble:

    In not trusting Benny Sam is following the precise rules Dean has been laying down since the series began — if it’s a monster, kill it, no questions asked. It’s a rule Dean literally hammered into Sam’s brain when he killed Amy. You follow this rule or I will follow it for you.

    Dean’s justification for it was that since Amy killed once she’d do it again. Benny has — yes, canonically — killed. He and his nest used to feed on private yacht owners. Dean’s justification for killing Amy should apply here, but it doesn’t, because he trusts Benny — like Sam trusted Amy, who saved his life and chose him over her own mother (like Benny saved Dean’s life). Of course, that didn’t convince Dean to allow Amy to live, so once again it should not apply to allowing Benny to live. All of this is following Dean’s rule book. Whatever, let’s throw out Dean’s rule book and focus on something else:

    The demand that we treat Dean killing Amy and Sam not trusting Benny equally is flawed. First — Dean actually killed Amy. There is no scenario in which not trusting someone is worse than killing them. Ever.

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  6. lipglosskaz:

TCA portraits 2014

    lipglosskaz:

    TCA portraits 2014
  7. I always did what was best for the nest… till I met her. Andrea. Andrea Kormos.

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