Media: Fan fiction Title: Apple of My Eye [14/20] Fandom: Glee Author:idoltina Betas:aspiringtoeloquence, lambertcriss Rating: NC-17 Genre: angst, AU, future!fic, gen, mpreg, romance, smut Spo!lers: None Warnings: adult language, blood, boypussy, male pregnancy, mentions of a previous abortion, mentions of canonical character death, mentions of canonical infidelity, mentions of childbirth, mentions of previous assault, mild illness, miscarriage, sex, vomiting Word Count: 19,467 (out of 102,356 so far) Summary: A fill for this GKM prompt. AU after The Break Up. Blaine finds out that he’s pregnant after Kurt breaks up with him (with Kurt’s child, no less). He tries telling Kurt about it, but Kurt refuses to talk to him. Blaine decides to finish his senior year at home and give the baby up for adoption. Only he doesn’t. He ends up keeping the baby — a daughter — and takes her to New York with him when he leaves for college. He raises her partially on his own with some help from his parents, and tries to juggle parenthood, school, and work. And everything works out okay for a little over two years — until he runs into Kurt. Disclaimer: I don’t own Glee, etc.
“Larry and the other organizers were true heroes. I have a wonderful life. I’m married, I have a kid, I have freedom that as a child I never thought I would have. And I don’t think I would have those freedoms without those guys. So I was interested in playing them tribute. Thank you for my life.”— Ryan Murphy [X] (via yourenotaloneinthis)
"People who need people are the luckiest people in the world"
Opening Night confirmed for me that “Don’t Stop Believin’” is no longer Glee’s singular theme song. “People” held the same spot in the repilot (New New York) as “Don’t Stop Believin’” held in the Pilot and has joined it as the show’s theme song.
Rachel worked hard and got her fill and thrill with critical success in her role of roles in Opening Night, but the episode really emphasized Rachel’s social success. She is a person who needs people. Her people. And so she is lucky.
Oh but how wonderful is it that Rachel’s episode about getting her biggest career dream is also an episode where we can see how loved and supported she is, how many friends she has, and how much she loves them.