Series: Life After Hunting
Word Count: 1,155
Characters/Pairings: Sam, Dean, Lisa, Sarah, Dean/Lisa, Sam/Sarah
Disclaimer: I don't own Supernatural and never will. No copyright infringement intended.
Author's Note: Written for schmoop_bingo prompt anniversary.
Summary: Dean and Lisa celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary.
“So, you’ve actually made it to ten years of marriage,” was Sam’s greeting when Dean opened the door. He was with Sarah and their kids.
“Shut up, bitch,” was Dean’s answer. He smiled at his brother, though, and hugged his sister-in-law and the his nieces.
“You shut up first, jerk.” Sam smiled back and went into the kitchen to find something to eat. He was starving. He and Sarah were taking the kids for the night so Dean and Lisa could spend their tenth anniversary by themselves.
“Dean, Sam, play nice,” scolded Sarah. Rowan, Molly, and Cecelia sat down in the living room to watch TV with nine year old Lily and six years olds Daphne and Drew.
“You should know better than that by now.” Lisa smiled at her sister-in-law and hugged her. She hadn’t seen Sarah in two weeks, which was unusual. However, they had both been busy working overtime and couldn’t get away.
“Ten years is a long time! Happy anniversary and congratulations.” Sarah adored Dean and Lisa. She thought they were adorable together, and loved their four children too.
“Thank you. Hi, Rowan, Molly, and Celia!” Lisa called. She laughed as the girls only waved back, too engrossed in their TV show to pay attention to their aunt.
“So have you two heard from Adam lately?” asked Sarah. She knew that all three Winchesters still talked, but Sam hadn’t seen his younger half-brother in awhile.
Dean, who had just left the kitchen, nodded his head. “He called last night to tell us he got a new job.” Adam had moved out of Indiana only six months earlier with his wife because he wanted a change. He had gone back to Minnesota, but not his hometown.
“Be good for Uncle Sammy and Aunt Sarah tonight. Have fun with your cousins!” Lisa hugged each one of her three younger children and then handed them their overnight bags. They would drive their aunt and uncle crazy, but neither Sam nor Sarah minded. They loved having six kids together at once. It was a little insane, but so much fun.
“We will,” Daphne promised. She followed Cecelia out the door and the two girls rushed to the van. Surprisingly, Sam hated driving a mini-van, but they needed it. Especially when he and Sarah had their nieces and nephew stay over.
About ten minutes later, Sam and Sarah had herded the rest of the kids out of the house and Dean and Lisa were finally left alone. “Happy anniversary, Dean.” Lisa smiled at her husband.
Dean smiled back. “Happy anniversary, Lise.” Ten years ago today, he had married her. It was such a surreal feeling.
“So what do you want to do now that we’re alone?” Lisa knew the answer, but she still had to ask. Tenth anniversaries were important. Plus, the kids were gone for the day. This would be an amazing and really fun day.
“You know what I want to do. Nothing to bother us. Even Ben promised not to call anymore today.” Dean laughed. Their twenty-two year old had promised not to drop in on them, too, like he was prone to doing since he had moved out of the house.
Lisa grabbed her husband’s hand and the two rushed upstairs to their bedroom to celebrate ten years of being married.
When they emerged two hours later, it was time for lunch. Dean decided to cook for his wife, since they were going out to eat a fancy restaurant (Something he didn’t like to do very much) for dinner.
“Thank you for this,” Lisa murmured when Dean handed her a plate with an omelet, toast, and sausage on it.
“You’re welcome.” Dean sat down next to his wife and began eating with her. He was starving, especially after those two hours of having sex with Lisa. He needed to keep his energy up for later!
After they ate lunch, Lisa and Dean decided to run to the video store and rent some new movies that were out. They probably wouldn’t watch them until tomorrow, but they still could still do this today.
Dean and Lisa watched one movie together before they headed into the bathroom to get a shower (together) before they left for dinner. That took them a little long, but they both knew it would happen and didn’t care.
They arrived at the restaurant at 4:00. Dean and Lisa wanted an early dinner so they could spend the rest of the night doing whatever they wanted to do.
“Remember how you proposed to me?” Lisa took a sip of her wine and waited for her husband to give her an answer.
Dean nodded. “Yup. You had just told me you were pregnant two weeks earlier and I had been planning on proposing anyway, but you said no because you thought I was only doing it out of obligation. I’m glad you eventually said yes.” He still couldn’t believe Lisa had agreed to marry him.
“I’m glad I said yes, too. These past ten years have been amazing. Thank you for knocking me up with our kids.” Lisa got right to the point. She didn’t hold back on anything, something that Dean really loved her for.
“I’m happy you said yes to the Vegas elopement.” Dean didn’t see himself having a big wedding, and thankfully, neither had Lisa. Sam, Ben, and Adam had traveled with them to Vegas for the wedding.
“I was six months pregnant. I didn’t want a big wedding and everyone saying we had a shotgun wedding. It was still very romantic.” She never once regretted eloping with Dean, and she made sure to tell him that on their anniversaries, when he asked if she wanted to renew their vows.
“So, can you believe we made it this far? If you had asked me if I wanted to be married and have four kids fifteen years ago, I would have said no. But I’m so glad I went back to Cicero, Lise.” Dean didn’t mention the time period where Sam was dead. He didn’t want to think about that. It still hurt too much to talk about.
“I’m glad you did, too. I love you, Dean Winchester.” Lisa leaned across the table and kissed her husband.
“I love you too, Lisa Braeden.” He used her maiden name because that’s what they always did on their anniversary.
After eating and grabbing dessert to go, the couple made their way home. They took the dessert upstairs with them.
“It’s been ten great years of being married to you,” Lisa murmured to her husband as they climbed into bed to celebrate their anniversary some more.
“A nice ten years.” Dean kissed his wife.
The ten years had passed quickly for the Winchesters, and they couldn’t wait for the next ten years. They had had an extremely happy marriage so far, and couldn’t wait to see what life handed to them next.