|Reviews for Thanksgiving, Winchester Style|
| sylia91 chapter 4 . 12/20/2008
Dean and Sammy's Thanksgiving was awfully that it took so little to make them happy and so much to get some pie.
Look forward to the next one. I sort of cringe to think of the ones Dean spends alone later when Sam goes to Stanford.
| Vanessa Sgroi chapter 4 . 12/20/2008
Oh, these chapters-they're killin' me. So poignant and bittersweet, but yet so nice in a certain way. I can't begin to describe how awesome I found the two boys in this chapter. And I loved Tom the Turkey.
Oddly enough, it reminds me of this one Thanksgiving when my husband (now ex-husband) brought one of the kids from the group home (where he was a counselor) to our house for Thanksgiving dinner. It was one of the best holidays I've ever had.
| deangirl1 chapter 4 . 12/20/2008
I love the centerpiece and Dean's quest for pie! Also Sam's obsession with knowing all about the holiday and turkeys!
| Nana56 chapter 4 . 12/20/2008
Very nice dinner. Awesome big brother!
| Emerald Eyes of Flame chapter 3 . 12/19/2008
this was so sad.. but sweet
i loved it
| sbgrrl chapter 3 . 12/18/2008
| Vanessa Sgroi chapter 3 . 12/18/2008
Oh, Beth, this-this was just so heartbreaking. I've always been fascinated by little Dean not speaking. And your added bit about him not eating makes sense and is equally enthralling. Nice work.
| Vanessa Sgroi chapter 2 . 12/18/2008
Another awesome chapter. (sigh) These beginning chapters are so bittersweet. I love the glimpses of the boys even before they were born.
| Floralia chapter 3 . 12/18/2008
You see, this is why the first two were so bittersweet. The grief is palpable. I love the image of them just huddled clinging to each other because John doesn’t really know what else to do. So sad.
| necro omen13 chapter 3 . 12/18/2008
I got an update for this and, I'm ashamed to say I must have opened it without realising and then forgotten about it. *hangs head*
But I'm here, I read it, and it's good, so I'm looking forward to more.
| PlatinumRoseLady chapter 3 . 12/17/2008
| Aimed mischief chapter 3 . 12/17/2008
Aw, that was so sad! Well done! :D
| SophieSaulie chapter 3 . 12/17/2008
Sob...You did a wonderful chronology of the Winchesters early years. The emotions, too, moved with the timing, from joyful, happy, unfettered, to sad, bitter, grief-ridden. Again, you hit all the right notes here and I felt my heart break. It broke with joy and wistfulness with the joy and happiness and then broke again with the unfair tragedy that we now know was inevitable, robbing Dean of his innocence and boyish joy for life, but never taking away the loving, protective big brother that his mother instilled in him. Sigh. Wonderful!
| SophieSaulie chapter 2 . 12/17/2008
Okay, HILARIOUS again! You are SO hitting all the right notes with Dean for me. I can so see him being protective and so excited about having a little brother. It would explain a lot about Dean's connection to Sam and how close Mary thought they would be. I love the idea that Sam would react to hearing Dean's voice. There's something ultimately sweet about the idea.
| SophieSaulie chapter 1 . 12/17/2008
THIS was HILARIOUS! I can so see Dean being the pie lover that he is from the womb. It was so endearing to think of Dean in Mary's womb, to hear them talk about their first child and first son with normal love and expectation. I LOVE it!