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10 February 2008 @ 01:34 am
Supernatural Gen Drabble: Golden Treasure (Gen, Wee!chesters)  
Title: Golden Treasure
Author: HalfshellVenus
Characters: Sam and Dean (Gen, Wee!chesters)
Rating: G
Summary: Drabble for iamstealthyone's birthday!
Author's Notes: Also for 100_ghosts "yellow" challenge, which provided the perfect opportunity for a kid!drabble for iamstealthyone because of the key word used below.

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"What've you got, Sammy?" Dean's driving his toy truck around the back porch of Mrs. Franklin's house, where they're renting rooms for a few weeks.

"Lello," Sam says, holding out his prize. "Over there." He points, and Dean leans to the side to see what he's talking about.

"I didn't know lemons came from trees."

They've only been here since last night, after leaving the snow of Indiana far behind. California seems magical in comparison.

"Want it," Sam says.

"Sure, you found it," Dean agrees. "Wait—don't eat it!"

"Yucky!"

"Sorry. We'll just look at it, okay?"

"Okay…" Sam pouts.


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Cass E. Pants: image - goldfishcass404 on February 10th, 2008 10:23 am (UTC)
Aw, poor adorable Sam biting into a lemon. I want to smile at the image but these boys as kids being shuttled so much also breaks my heart. I don't want them to know that lemons grow on trees just yet. I want them to have open-space Kansas childhoods where they have to make up stories about how lemons grow and then go ask their mom.
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: weechestershalfshellvenus on February 10th, 2008 06:25 pm (UTC)
but these boys as kids being shuttled so much also breaks my heart.
Oh, that Christmas episode just about did me in. Everything I'd imagined about their childhoods, but worse.

I want them to have open-space Kansas childhoods where they have to make up stories about how lemons grow and then go ask their mom.
:D Yes-- I can imagine what they'd come up with. "In the ground like carrots." "No-- on sticks planted in rows in the garden." "That's silly!"