Struck By Love

All You Need Is Love

Two years later

I look at my watch, checking the time. It's almost 4pm and I'm driving home. I'll get there in twenty minutes and I can't wait to see Blaine's face again. Where is home you ask? Well, we live in our own apartment now, about half an hour drive away from school. My school at least - Northwestern. Blaine attends a music school that's closer to our home, so every day we get in my car and I drive him there, and then I drive to my school.

I still can't believe we have a flat, a real home and we're living together! My mom isn't living on the couch anymore, she lives with Blaine's mom in their own house. We visit each other pretty often, maybe even too often, but what can I do? They both miss their sons. And my mom doesn't even drink anymore... much. She became best friends with Pamela, which is great for her social life. She didn't have any social life when she was in Clover. And she doesn't even need a psychiatrist anymore!

When we moved, about a year and a half ago, we moved my grandma, too. She lived in a new, better Assisted Living Home, and even though she still didn't remember me, she was happy. A few months ago though, she passed away.

I look at my watch again and sigh. Blaine wasn't feeling well this morning, so I drove to school alone and he stayed at home. I hope he's alright, I don't want him to get sick.

Northwestern is pretty much exactly how I expected it to be. At first I lived in a dorm and I had some weird roommate, but as soon as I got out and bought the apartment for me and Blaine, everything got better. We even have real journalism classes in Northwestern, so it's not all up to me like in Clover. But I still managed to create a whole new Writers' Club in Northwestern, too.

And I even sing in Glee club! It's not the same one that was in Clover, and Northwestern doesn't have any music classes, but I talked to Blaine and he got a permission for me, so I can go to his school for Glee club every week. And that's amazing because I can sing with Blaine again, and we rehearse together at home.

Blaine even taught me to play piano! I can remember the day as if it was yesterday. He came to me and asked if I still wanted to play and I nodded, so he showed me how. After our first lesson, we somehow ended up in bed and had our first time. And that's something you can never forget.

Honestly, I and Blaine are living great lives, and we both have our future and I'm sure all our dreams will come true.

I finally park the car (yup, still the one after my grandpa) in front of the high building where we live, and run to the elevator. I can't wait to see his face after he sees my present, I bought chocolate for him to feel better.

"Honey, I'm home!" I yell at him as I open the door and come in. Wait, something's wrong. Why is it so dark in here? "Blaine?" I say and go to the kitchen to turn on the lights. Is he even at home?

Then I go into the living room and almost have a heart attack. There are balloons and confetti everywhere, all over the room. And candles, god, so many candles! And a cake on the table and...

Blaine is standing in front of me, in a beautiful yellow suit with a little bow tie around his neck, his hair gelled so neatly it almost looks as if it was made of porcelain. There's a broad smile on his face as he looks at me.

And it's not only Blaine who's there, there's also Mr. Schuester, Rachel and Finn, Mercedes, Santana with Brittany and so many people from our old Glee Club. There's also Tiffany and Matt, my friends from journalism class in Northwestern (how did they get here so fast?) and Malerie and my mom with Blaine's mom and everyone's dressed so nicely.

For a minute I think it's my birthday, but then suddenly the music starts playing and Blaine starts singing, not taking his eyes away from me.

There's nothing you can do that can't be done
Nothing you can sing that can't be sung
Nothing you can say, but you can learn
How to play the game,
It's easy

Nothing you can make that can't be made
No one you can save that can't be saved
Nothing you can do, but you can learn
How to be you in time
It's easy

All you need is love
All you need is love
All you need is love, love
Love is all you need

Nothing you can know that isn't known
Nothing you can see that isn't shown
There's nowhere you can be that isn't where
You're meant to be
It's easy

All you need is love
All you need is love
All you need is love, love
Love is all you need
All you need is love
All you need is love
All you need is love, love

Love is all you need
Love is all you need

He loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
He loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
yeah

I can't believe this is happening, is this a dream? I really want to pinch myself to find out, but then suddenly Blaine takes my hand and looks deep into my eyes and I realize I'm crying. When was the last time I cried?

"Kurt," Blaine starts and I hold my breath. "From the moment I saw you, I knew you were the one. The one I wanted to spend my life with." He takes a deep breath. "And when I got to be with you, I knew I was right and that we were always meant to be. That's why it's never really felt like I've been getting to know you, it's always felt like I was remembering you from something." I smile, but somehow the tears keep streaming down my cheeks and I can't stop it. "I love you, and all I've ever wanted to do... is spend my life loving you." He says and then he kneels before me.

I gasp when he shows me a ring in a little black box. "So, Carson Kurt Phillips, my amazing friend, my one true love... will you marry me?"

Everyone is so quiet, waiting for my answer.

"Yeah," I laugh a bit. "Yeah, yeah, of course!" I smile and then his lips are on mine and we're kissing. I throw my hands around him and hug him as tight as possible, and he puts the ring on my finger. "I love you too!" I laugh, still crying. He wipes my tears with his thumb and smiles at me, beaming with happiness.

I'm so happy I can't even hear everyone laughing and clapping their hands. I smile at my fiancé and look into his bright brown eyes and then I kiss him again.

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Blaine Anderson has changed me. I can barely remember the person I was before I met him - all I ever cared about was my future and I didn't care what I would have to do, as long as I was going to be accepted to my dream college, nothing else mattered. It didn't even occur to me that I might be in a relationship, I never cared about falling in love.

But then I met him, my one true love, the person that's changed me for better.

And God, am I glad I did.

*The End*

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