Patty Duke has this really precious way of talking about the boys. Like a little old woman going around pinching cheeks. I want to nominate her for Klaine grandmother and watch a million scenes of their characters eating cookies together and getting/giving advice.
So no ticket means a few tears just got shed and that’s okay, disappointment hurts. But moving forward, I’m going to hope in the fact that people’s plans change and the scalpers tickets will go lower in price eventually if enough people hold off. Somehow someway if I’m meant to be there I’ll be there and if not… well then I’m not. It will be sad but sad things happen. I’ll deal with my sadness when that time comes. Until then ;)
I keep seeing this (reactions to the 4.21 stills)…So reality check:
The reason that Kurt and Blaine are not seated beside each other in the stills in the choir room is because Kurt, Mercedes, and Mike are seated AT THE FRONT as mentors for ND. Artie is certainly talking about them or teaching or whatever…
Not every detail is klaine meaningful - we already have a TOTAL SURPRISE background klaine in a lyrically appropriate song….
Sit back and enjoy and don’t overanalyse.
I wasn’t able to get a ticket.
Lemme tell ya about being a woman lawyer…
(Editors Note: This article from Womankind explores what it was like to be a woman lawyer back in the days when they were still a pretty rare sight.)
I went to law school originally, it seems now, because it was pretty evident to me that third grade teachers (which I was) were not very much listened to.
Rating: Pg-13( R in later chapters)
Pairing: Kurt/OMC’s Eventual Klaine
Word Count: 4,062
Summary: In honer of Klaineweek 2013 on tumblr for the prompts Naughty + Nice, Anniversary ,and Wedding. This is a Prequel to another fic I wrote, Pretty Woman. It’s not necessary to read that in order to understand this, but familiarity of course gives it gravitas. In that fic Kurt is a professional escort. In this one he’s just a kid lost on the way to ethics class.
You know how most people’s stories go. Boy meets girl and it’s right from the start, they slay a few dragons and then it’s happily ever after. Well this isn’t that story. This is the story of a boy who met a boy at just the right time when both of them were wrong; but never for each other. Oh. And this is also a lesson on why you should always write a post script.