hiddlestonss:

for a bookworm, that wasn’t so bad, henry.

comealongpixie asked: Sometimes I think about John in season one, listening to the messages his sons left him and staring at his phone and wanting so badly to call them bc he can hear the fear and desperation in their voices. But he knows that if he does it could tip YED off to where his sons are and he can't put them in danger and thinking Sam's such a genius with computers, maybe he can trace calls, and if they find him they'll want to help and they'll be in more danger and then I cry bc he loved them so much.

johnwinchesterappreciationblog:

So, so true. John always had Sam and Dean in his mind.

That was probably the whole reason he left Dean in the first place. He wanted to hunt YED by himself, so that his sons wouldn’t get hurt. So that his sons probably had a chance to live longer because John knew the YED was dangerous.

John was incredibly protective over his boys and literally died for them. 

“Surviving a lonely childhood, a stinking war…only to get married and have his wife taken by a demon…and later killed by one himself. That man got a bum rap around every turn. But you know what? He kept going. And in the end, he did a hell of a lot more good than he did bad.”
- an actual canon quote by Dean Winchester describing John Winchester. Fandom please take note.  (via nevergonnawalkpastafez)

Saving People, Hunting things, The Family Busines

thedoctorsprotege:

Not until I know the truth -1.09

rising-demon-dick:

Dean + John
4.04 “In The Beginning”