FORGET ME NOTS;
I have two prompts for you:
1) Sebastian finds out he has either Alzheimer’s or dementia and decides to go with Kurt to get the names of their children tattooed onto his inner, upper arm (This part is open to interpretation)
2) Kurt visits Sebastian at his work. I was thinking Sebastian as a lawyer.
Author’s Note: Both very awesome prompts, tysm for sending them and for the kind words you wrote in my askbox. Both meant a lot to me! I’m sorry these have taken so long for me to get to, but I’ve been very busy with school and stuff, but now that the summer semester is drawing to a close, I can give my followers all the attention they deserve! Yaaaay! :)
Here’s the first prompt entitled Forget Me Nots. (The second prompt will be done on a separate post.) Hope you like what I cooked up for you, hon. <3
“Mr. Smythe-Hummel, if I may, I would like to discuss certain aspects of your medical chart with you,” Dr. McMillan says to Sebastian, just as the forty-five year old thought that his annual checkup was drawing to a close.
Slightly annoyed, Sebastian nods his head and settles back into his seat on the examination table, crossing his legs. “Sure, ‘Doc, what’s up?” When the physician doesn’t immediately speak up, Sebastian jokes, “Lookin’ to do another prostate exam? Because you and I both know I’ve got no objections to that.”
Dr. McMillan gives Sebastian a look that clearly says ‘inappropriate’, but he smiles politely regardless. “No, Sebastian, I’m afraid not.” He pauses again and to Sebastian’s surprise, he seems a little nervous. “Do you… know of any brain injuries or disorders in your immediate family?”
The smirk on Sebastian’s face falls and his brows knit in confusion. “No… when you say brain disorders, are we talkin’ like schizophrenia? Or depression…? Because my mom is depressed. And my dad could’ve been schizo for all I knew, he only spent all of ten years with me before he jet.”
Dr. McMillan shakes his head. “No, not mental disorders. I guess I should say… irregularities.”
Sebastian shakes his head again. “Not that I know of.”