Dean Winchester was twenty-six years old when a car accident killed his father and left him paralysed from the waist down. A year and a half later, Dean is in a wheelchair and lives in a care home in Kansas, where he spends his days waiting to die. It's only when Castiel Novak starts volunteering at the care home that Dean starts to wonder if a changed life always equals a ruined one.
Bookmarked by Linzorz
27 Jan 2017
It took Shaw a worryingly long time and a lot of heavy-handed comments from the rest of the team to realize that not only was she living with Root, but she was also in an actual, somewhat functioning relationship.
(Combination of two prompts.)
After finishing a routine number, Reese and Finch are confronted by a gun-wielding stranger who, for once, is not after the Man in a Suit, but the little bird behind him.
“So,” Root’s voice was higher than usual – poorly hidden panic if Shaw had to guess, “short of murdering someone, how do you get a baby to stop crying?”
Team Machine and their (second) accidental baby acquisition – this time under the care of Root and Shaw.
Reese has Finch. It’s only fair that Bear gets someone too.