the last couple always change

My Emmerdale sideblog is now a little bit older than one month. The decision to make this blog looked like that: Oh, “mingle with a Dingle” sounds so funny, I wonder if anyone already got the URL here. Oh no, no one has. Hm … I could … maybe. Yeah, okay, fuck it, Emmerdale sideblog it is!

And here I am and let me tell you, even with my dash being on fire for the last couple of days, my feelings being all over the place and always changing between “I am fine” and “I am most definitely not!” I am really glad and grateful I got the chance to get to know this lovely fandom. 

Even though I am really new here, I already feel so welcome. Getting asks and requests, lovely messages to cheer me up and actually feedback for my fanart, it´s all kinda new for me. And even with Emmerdale being a little tough to watch lately, I am so happy to be part of the Robron fandom. 

And I am pretty sure, there will be better times again for us. :)  Especially with all the awesome people in this fandom! So, just wanted to tell you, I intend to be here on the long run.

fic: the dice were loaded against us (ever seeing each other) (kurt/blaine)

For Prompt 3 from todaydreambelievers.  Five times Kurt and Blaine almost meet, before Never Been Kissed, and the one time they finally do.  //  Title from the Mountain Goats’ song “Snow Owl.”  //  Warnings for description of aftermath of canonical gaybashing (Sadie Hawkins).  //  PG, ~2400 words, also here on AO3.

they’ve always lived in the same place, in so many ways.


Kurt bargained with his father for weeks.  It used to be so much easier; when he was in elementary school, his Dad would take him to almost anything, but in the last couple of  years… something’s changed.  Now his Dad always seems to want him to “do things like the other kids do” - and even “play with some other kids” - doing what!?  "Go outside, throw a ball around, catch a movie.“  Supposedly.  With whom, he doesn’t know.  Eventually he agreed to go throw the ball by himself, and he’s gotten really good at catching it these last couple weeks, up to twenty-eight claps while it’s still up in the air.

And now he’s sitting in the Playhouse Theatre, in Cleveland, bouncing in his seat, impatient for the chance to see not just Legally Blonde but also! two! of the finalists! from the dramatic The Search for Elle Woods.

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