Summary: Mouse surprises you with Hamilton tickets.
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If there’s one thing you wish you could do, it would be to see Hamilton. It was about history, one of your passions, the music was just a bonus. You’ve heard great things about it but haven’t had a chance to go yourself. When you heard about it coming to Chicago you tried to get tickets but they sold out quickly. Little did you know Mouse knew about you wanting to see Hamilton and somehow managed to get tickets.
Mouse asked you to be ready and wear something moderately fancy, a dress, eluding to where he was taking you saying it was a surprise. When he came to pick you up you opened the door to a smart looking Mouse wearing a button-up shirt and a blazer on holding flowers. You grinned taking them off him and putting them in some water before heading out the door with him holding hands. “So, where are we going?” You asked when you got into his car.
“It’s a surprise, Y/N.” Mouse told you.
“You know I hate surprises.” You groaned. It’s true, you did. Ever since you were a child you hated them due to the fact they were always terrible. Plus you hated the not knowing part of a surprise.
“I know, I know. Trust me you’ll love this one.”
“That’s some pretty big shoes to fill then. I’m surprised you didn’t blindfold me.”
“I almost did.” Mouse smiled. Out of the corner of his eye he saw you smiling too.
When you got to your destination you were confused to say the least. You got out of the car and looked around trying to find something familiar but nothing came to you. You were on a busy street on a Saturday night with shops and restaurants lining the road. “Okay, I’m going to need a couple more clues as to why we’re here.” You said looking around still before turning to face Mouse. When you did he was holding an envelope causing you to quirk your eyebrow but you took it off him anyway. You looked inside and saw two tickets. Your expression went from confusion to shock to disbelief to ecstatic. You were lost for words. “I don’t know what to say.” You gasped, bringing a hand to your mouth.
“Don’t say anything. I knew how much you wanted to go and when you didn’t get any tickets you were pretty bummed out so I thought I’d surprise you.” He told you.
“Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. This is the best thing anyone’s ever done for me.” You thanked Mouse almost making him lose his balance from the bone crushing hug you thrusted upon him.