Time Travel!Quinn with a twist. Quinn/Older Rachel. While recovering from her accident Quinn is placed under the care of one of the more radical doctors in Lima. With his eccentric and what some would say out-of-date methods Quinn is pulled from reality, and given a chance to view the world after her ‘death’. Will include Rachel’s POV.
Harmony, Sugar, and Rory travel back in time because someone unexpected needed their help. Can they accomplish what they were sent there to do? It could mean the difference between life and death if they are unsuccessful. Spoilers through 3X08
Quinn is getting married but a desperate call to Rachel in the middle of the night may just mean things don’t work out as everyone thinks they will. Warning: Minor mentions of physical abuse and murder.
In the year 2024 Quinn wakes up and finds herself in a hospital without a clue of what happened. She’s supposed to be somewhere else doing something important: impeding Rachel Berry’s wedding. Set immediately after “On my way” then it’s AU. Two time frames, one story. Faberry with lots of Brittana.
Rachel makes a wish and finds herself in a place she never thought she’d be again. Now she’s she reliving her senior year, trying to fix everything that went wrong and trying to find what she’s been missing in her life.
Quinn didn’t make a wish. Nothing life altering happened. She had no fairy god mother. So why is it that she keeps waking up to live the same day over and over again? Slightly AU Faberry with side Brittanna.
Quinn’s accident has torn a hole in the space-time continuum. She finds herself back in sophomore year, pre-pregnancy, pre-chaos, pre-Finchel. Will she use her knowledge of the future to finally make things right? M for language
Ver la foto de Rachel Barbra Berry en el vestíbulo de aquella casa para ancianos me hacía quererla más cada vez que visitaba al abuelo, había sólo un problema: Ella había vivido en los años treinta y había muerto hace quince. Será que me la encontraría en otra vida? No, yo iría a la suya.
“One might ask themselves, why?Why revive an iconic show with an iconic star. Why, when there are so many wonderful new playwrights, would Sidney Greene decide to dust off this tired old girl of a play? Well, frankly, I can only come up with a single answer, and it’s Rachel Berry.
It takes chutzpa to be willing to step into the Great One’s knee-high lace-ups and make Fanny your own. And Rachel has plenty of that, clearly. But she also has something else in spades: talent.And mountains of it. I’m not talking about the Appalachians. Berry is the Alps. I’m sure I could find fault in this green actress’s performance, but shame on anyone who would have the audacity to criticize the bold mistakes of a supernova exploding before our eyes.
I just pray to God that no one saw me secretly wiping my tears during her show-stopping ‘Who Are You Now?’.I don’t know where inside that small frame Berry went to find the emotion she delivered with that song, but she melted the icy heart of this reviewer.
I hope this show runs for a long time, not because anyone needs to see 'Don’t Rain on My Parade’ again, or the producers found a way to get a real tugboat onstage, but because I want to have some time to enjoy Rachel Berry as she is now.
I know I will be going back for a second heaping bowl of Rachel Berry.”
prompt: Rachel wrote a list of the ten things she wanted in her future husband when she was about seven eight. Jesse found it one day, ticked them off, and smugly framed it.
It’s their second day in their new home – a brownstone, like Rachel always dreamed of – and Jesse’s done about 90% of the heavy lifting. While he lugs in box after box, Rachel skips passed him with small items, a vase, some books, a bag of clothes. A smug smirk, too.
Some would say he’s whipped. Those who wouldn’t would be wrong.
His main task of the day has been to go to Rachel’s storage locker – which she’s had since she returned to New York – to pick up all the things from her childhood home. Her apartment was never big enough to fit her entire life into, but now that they have three floors and seemingly endless space, she’s decided it’s time to bring back the obnoxious yellow and unnecessary amounts of glitter.
Jesse is just thrilled.
Two and a half years into their relationship and a mere six months away from getting married, now seems like the perfect time to upgrade from their old apartment. Rachel moved in with him eighteen months ago, officially, and about two years ago in reality, and Jesse’s decided that his place just isn’t big enough to house the two of them and his Tony Award.
If it can’t be Finn, then I’m so happy it’s Jesse, he and Rachel are the same, they’re cut from the same cloth and they understand each other they always have. They’ve found their equal in each other and that’s pretty fucking rad
Hello, welcome to the blog of the one and only Rachel Barbra Berry★ For your knowledge gold stars are kind of my thing. I really feel like they help sum up who I am at least in the general sense. It’s really just a metaphor for the fact that I am a star in almost every aspect of my life.
I hope to some day take New York by storm and I would be forever grateful if I could snag the roles of Laurie in Oklahoma, Evita in Evita, and Fanny Brice in Funny girl.
That’s another thing Barbra is my biggest inspiration, I would be nowhere without her never ending star quality and passion for everything she does.
I’m in my junior year of high school at McKinley, along side Finn, we are the captains of the glee club. I have high hopes for our team this year, so get ready!
Anyways, that’s the basics about me. You can read the rest on my blog and I’m sure you’ll learn more as my days of a tumblr star go up in numbers.