So Many Things He Could Do
word count: ~2,400
rating: nothing they wouldn’t be able to air on FOX
summary: Blaine struggles to deal with some crushing news and how it might reshape the future he wants. Kurt shares a little secret he’s been keeping for almost a year. Everything works out.
author’s notes: This is a lot of gratuitous headcanon about how Kurt has felt all along, why he isn’t with Adam, and what might prevent Blaine from going through with a proposal. I could call this speculation fic for the season finale, since it’s compliant with all the spoilers I’ve read, but I don’t honestly think there’s a chance in hell of anything like this happening. At least we have a few days left to dream.
Blaine noses feebly at Kurt’s sharp collarbone, presses his damp face into the long curve of Kurt’s throat, and tries to compose himself enough to speak.
It’s been two years, six months, and seven days since Kurt last saw Blaine in person. Since then he’s tried to remember the way Blaine’s arms had felt wrapped around him that last time, the way he’d cried into Kurt’s shoulder and whispered, so scared and broken but yet still so strong, still like that rock that Kurt has been leaning on for so long now that it’s become the solid, immovable foundation in his life, “I’m never saying goodbye to you.” Echoing Kurt’s words from years past, he’d laughed and Kurt had squeezed him tighter; he’d said, “I’m coming back home, I promise.”
And Kurt, wiping his eyes as they’d parted, smiled. It had been crooked, off-center, and somehow it hadn’t felt right; it’d been too lighthearted for the situation, for the danger both of them had known that Blaine had been going into. He’d said, swallowing hard so his voice wouldn’t wobble like a top about to fall over, “You’d better. I’ve kind of grown accustomed to calling you my husband.”
Blaine had left, and now Kurt is alone, small and shivering in an emptiness he’d long ago forgotten.
Klaine 2x06 - 4x14
you did it - you gave them the breathtakingly beautiful soundtrack they deserve. thank you
reblogging twice because of that comment. yepp.
I finally got to watch “I Do.” I was fine until the Kurt/Blaine hotel bedroom scene.
Nobody Said It Was Easy (Teacher!Blaine) [5/?]
Summary: Kurt Hummel isn’t looking for love, not when he’s already dealing with school, friends, and bullies. And neither is Blaine Anderson, a struggling teacher who’s only just managed to get his first job. Neither of them are looking for it, but everything changes when they meet in a coffee shop.
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A/N: I’m so sorry there hasn’t been an update for, what, almost 3 weeks? Christmas was very busy for me this year and I wasn’t even on tumblr that much, let alone writing fic. I apologize for the wait, and now that Christmas is over I can finally get back to it. I hope you enjoy!
On Tuesday morning, Kurt gets up early, wanting to look his absolute best for his meet up/not a date with Blaine. He takes his time in the shower, making sure to moisturize furiously and coif his hair just right in the mirror. The bathroom is a war zone by the time he’s done putting just the right amount of products on his face and in his hair. He’s pretty sure a cloud of hairspray follows him out when he leaves the room.
He picks an outfit that’s not too flashy or flamboyant, but definitely shows off his sense of style (and his ass). He admires himself in the mirror when he’s done, and he’s actually quite proud; he’s outdone himself. He always tries to dress his best, but he doesn’t think he’s looked this good since Burt and Carole’s wedding. He throws himself a wink in the mirror, and then immediately blushes, realizing how silly he’s being.