for the anon who wanted some silly christmas!klaine ♥
"Here," Blaine says and puts the candy to Kurt’s mouth.
Kurt’s arm around Blaine’s shoulders tightens a little and he tilts his head away. “No, I really shouldn’t,” he says and rolls his eyes, but he’s smiling, his dimples appearing in his cheeks.
"Uh-huh, right," Blaine says, looking up at him from where he’s tucked against the curve of Kurt’s side on the couch in their living room. It’s the perfect size for snuggles, big enough for them both to fit as long as they’re pressed close together.
Burt and Carole left awhile ago to go back to their hotel room, the apartment noticeably quiet and calm after a whole day of celebrations, their living room smelling like the Christmas tree and their scented cinnamon candles.
"Come on." Blaine grins and puts the candy closer to Kurt’s mouth, because he knows his husband would never seriously say no to anything with sugar in it.
IT’S MERCEDES EVERY TIME I’M CRYING
“Kurt decides to spend christmas by himself in a cosy cottage in England. The last thing he expects is to meet single father Blaine.”
Tom Daley talking about his boyfriend on The Jonathan Ross Show (+)
Well I think Elsa is unique in the legacy of Disney women. I think she’s different, she’s more complicated than a lot of the stereotypical villains. She’s not a villain, she’s very conflicted. She’s very sensitive, and vulnerable, and courageous. She just has this power that she has to learn to harness. - Idina Menzel