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    Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder. (Matthew 19:6)

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    thi sis literally the best and most painful thing with sam as a drug addict and dean trying to forgive him oh god it hurts

    "What stops you most of the time?" Dean wonders about this a lot, because none of the reasons he would think are self-evident not to use heroin (it's fucking heroin) seem to make a difference to Sam.

    She smiles, just the ghost of a grin. "Sam," she tells him.

    "Wow, blind leading the blind," Dean mutters.

    And before she can get mad at him about that — about how the journey was hard and how her pain is so much more intense than anybody else's, and how her Daddy was an asshole or how she felt isolated and alone all her life, and how it's an excuse for what a fuck-up she is, how she dragged Sam down with her, the same way Sam uses their shared childhood like an E-Z-Pass — Dean takes the kit out of her lap and hurls it out into Bobby's dead-ass vineyard.

    "There you go," he says to her gobsmacked face.

    "You — " she sputters.

    Dean hands her one of his deviled eggs. "Here," he says, and on the horizon, the sun finally breaks the surface of the treeline, and the sky goes brilliant orange and gold and red the color of cracked open coals. "You're getting married today."

    Ruby looks at the egg in her hand and then back at Dean.

    "Can I have some of your beer?"

    He takes another drag off of his Corona. "No," he says, because in about six hours, he'll be sort of her brother, too. "Eat your egg."

    She does, and they sit watching the sun rise until Sam staggers downstairs and wakes everybody up by stepping on them or knocking shit over in the kitchen, and Ellen shows up and smacks Dean twice — once for each deviled egg half he stole.

    Dean's grown up fixing Sam's breakfasts and lunches and Sam's toys, and he's never going to be okay with the fact that he can't fix all the things that bother Sam now that he's grown up and out of Dean's reach. He knows this is what getting to be an adult is about, that insofar as he was Sam's parent, this is what being Sam's parent is about, but Dean's heart is still heavy and it still aches, and when he watches Sam in the warm morning sun, eating oatmeal and kissing Jo on the cheek, Dean still wishes that he knew the clockwork of his little brother, that he knew how to wind and fix the gears.

    Later, when no one is paying attention, Dean will go down into the vineyard and pick up all the scattered pieces from Ruby's kit, because he loves Sam, he loves Sam so much, but the shape of forgiveness in his mouth is still too new to translate into trust.

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    Dean is a child protective services worker, Cas a pediatric surgeon and his best friend. Dean takes him to former-addict Sam's wedding as back up

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