Summary: You’re caught in a time loop during the 11 days leading up to the RFA’s party unless you can do… what, exactly?
10+ Small spoilers for Day 7 of Zen’s route. Fluff + Angst.
“Oh, do you play?” Zen asks, noticing the way she eyes his
tests out the beginning notes of Für Elise, twiddling the black and white keys
back and forth. “I do,” she says softly, not looking up from the piano.
you been playing for long? Do you know any pieces off by heart?” Zen can’t help
the questions from spilling out. Is he talking too much? She is rather quiet in person; more than he
thought she would be from speaking to her in the chatrooms. She often seems to
be lost in thought, or perhaps carefully considering her next action. It’s
difficult to read her expressions.
Dean is calling Ruby poison. He’s calling the person he hates most at this point “poison”. saying “look what she did to you.”
Then you have Dean calling himself poison. He says that everyone around him dies. Look what he’s done to them. Dean hates himself so much that he would call himself poison. He’s the person he hates most in the world.
I wish I had something to say about Glee ending that hasn’t already been said, but honestly it’s always seemed like other people have been better at putting my feelings into words than I have. So I’d just like to thank the actors and some of my favorite characters for everything they’ve done for me and taught me.
To Lea and Rachel, for teaching me that anything is achievable.
To Dianna and Quinn, for teaching me that you can be classy even while smashing the patriarchy.
To Alex and Unique, for teaching me that you can be your strongest supporter.
To Cory and Finn, for teaching me to soak up every good thing you can every day, and never take anything for granted. That being kind is the best thing you can be.
To Kevin and Artie, for teaching me that your flaws and/or disabilities don’t define you.
To Chris and Kurt, for teaching me to be true to myself. That happiness is something you create, not something that’s handed to you.
To Darren and Blaine, for teaching me that you can find good in any situation. That love is one of the most precious things we have.
Thank you all, from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for helping me grow as a person. Thank you for bringing these characters and their stories to life. Thank you for making me laugh, cry, and sing. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You, Glee, and all of the people I’ve met and grown to love because of you will be in my heart forever. Even if there are tears now, when I’m old and gray, any time I hear Don’t Stop Believing I’ll still remember you all with a smile.