Miss Kitty Fantastico

Always be yourself, unless you suck. -Joss Whedon

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Gabriel’s Return

I didn’t post yet about THE THING because honestly I was too overwhelmed to handle existence.   Because I’ve been at work nearly 24/7, I had no INKLING that anything out of the ordinary was going to happen on SPN.

Chris told me I was going to want to get right on watching the episode.  Of course, I always watch the episode, so this was a little bit of a strange thing to say. My first response was ‘Why? Is Gabriel back?’    I was not expecting that to ACTUALLY be the reason.  When she said ‘yes’ I choked up before I even started the ep. 

Yes, I was crying before seeing a single moment.    The moment Gabriel showed up, I completely lost my shit.  We’re talking Grade A royal meltdown.  I didn’t know the extent of my own psychosis until this point.   I’ve been wanting Gabriel to come back since the moment he left.  He’s my absolute favourite character and I always thought they’d bring him back eventually, but upon seeing him, I understood that deep down I must have not REALLY believed that because it was an utter shock.

I had to pause the episode honestly every minute or so while he was on to cry harder.   Three minutes in, I had to pause and walk away from the computer to try and regain some semblance of composure so that I would be able to continue.    Poor Chris had to put up with me while this was all happening.  

So yes, the long and short of it is that the episode broke me.  I was far too happy and sad all at once and my system nearly suffered a catastrophic collapse.

The answer is ‘yes, so very muchly YES’. 

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kaciart:

….I can relate to a lot of these.

I’ve reblogged this before but it’s worth another go.  This is me every damn day.  The combo of minor allergies that have my eyes constantly watering slightly, hand tremors, and being almost blind in one eye make applying eyeliner difficult.  As long as I don’t end up with Winter Soldier eyes, I count myself successful. 

kaciart:

….I can relate to a lot of these.

I’ve reblogged this before but it’s worth another go.  This is me every damn day.  The combo of minor allergies that have my eyes constantly watering slightly, hand tremors, and being almost blind in one eye make applying eyeliner difficult.  As long as I don’t end up with Winter Soldier eyes, I count myself successful. 

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