On this day in music history: February 24, 1992 - Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love are married on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, HI, a few days after Nirvana completes a tour of the Pacific Rim. The bride wears a vintage satin and lace dress once owned by actress Frances Farmer, and the groom wears green pajamas. At the time of the wedding, the couple is also expecting their first and only child, a girl named Frances Bean who is born on August 18, 1992.
Warnings: Just Boomer getting a little too handsy, basically he goes to a dinner party and flirts with Luce, a girl he probably shouldn’t be flirting with…
Digger “Captain Boomerang” Harkness X OFC // Suicide Squad
1. The Party
“Finally,” Anita sighed as Luce pushed through the screen door, her arms full with a bag of groceries.
“I bought all the spaghetti they had at the store,” Luce stated as she set the shopping bag on the table. She reached into the brown paper, pulling out a large can of Guinness and crossed to the living room, handing it off to her uncle who occupied the recliner in the corner, his old hound dog curled up at his feet. He was a bitter old man but the one thing that made him smile without fail, was a cold beer.
“You’re a God send,” he stated, cracking the seal and taking a drink.
“No problem, Manny,” Luce replied with a smile. Though she referred to the man as her uncle they were not technically related. “Guess who I ran into on the way back,” she began, returning to the kitchen to empty the rest of the shopping bag’s contents.
“Big Foot,” Her sister-in-law replied. It was obvious by Anita’s tone that she had no patience for Luce, preoccupied with slicing tomatoes.
“Remember last week, Eddie was talking about meeting that guy from Australia at the bar?” Luce leaned against the counter as she spoke, “I met them on my way home.”
“People don’t understand how hostile and untrusting he was. It took me two years of tenacity and constancy and letting him ignore me and just being there when he fell and being a very bad boy before I even began going out with him, I might have only been married to him for three years but there was two years of courtship before that witch was almost all one- sided. I think he did love me. But I think, in the end, when you’re dealing with someone who is that brilliant and that tortured, you just have to put with misanthropic shit. A friend once said to me: “Talent does not help you change the diapers”. You can’t love someone just for the talent, you know? And that’s not just what that was about. I loved him because I really loved him. He was funny and sweet, too. I was going through some home-video footage for this Channel 4 documentary that I just did and there’s one scene where he’s swinging Frances around the bathroom and you can tell how a good daddy he was. But when the camera moves up to the toothpaste holder you see the syringes. She was too small to get them, but…“
COURTNEY LOVE ON HER RELATIONSHIP WITH KURT COBAIN