Blaine smiled as Kurt agreed to coffee with him. He got up out of his seat and made his way towards his car. Blaine was to meet Kurt at the Lima Bean for coffee and to get to know each other a little better. The thought of Kurt made his body feel like it was melting, which was odd for Blaine. He had never felt like this towards a guy. Sure, he was gay, but he never had this strong of feelings towards a certain person. Taking a deep breath, he stepped out of his car and into the coffee shop. He smiled at the familiar smell of coffee and bakery goods. Walking up to the counter, he ordered himself a Medium Drip and a cookie, hoping Kurt would split it with him, and made his way towards an empty table. Blaine sat down and sipped on his coffee as he waited for Kurt to arrive.
Kurt had mistaken the time and as always, this resulted in the boy being fashionably late. He wet his lips, exhaling through his nose as he pulled his gear into park and stepped out of the vehicle to go to the coffee shop he had gone to many times before. There was a rush of nervousness that filled the pit of his stomach, knowing that this would be the first time that Blaine and he would meet formally face to face. To be honest, Kurt wouldn’t know what to make of it. Would it end up like a disaster or would he end up screwing it up and looking like an idiot?
Once he had his coffee ordered, Kurt’s gaze slid over the other customers in the coffee shop and a sigh of relief left him when he noticed the Freshman seated at a vacant table. Kurt proceeded his journey over towards him and awkwardly smiled. “Blaine Anderson?” he asked with a slight waver to his voice, his ears growing hot from the chance that he could be making a major mistake. He prayed to whatever God there was that he wasn’t mistaken and this really was the other Dalton student he conversed with over the internet.
Blaine looked up from his coffee as he heard an angelic voice call out his name. Am I in heaven? He asked himself. Shaking his head away from the thought, he grinned and stood up from his chair, holding out his hand. “Yes, and you must be Kurt Hummel.” Blaine shook Kurt’s hand, holding onto it a bit tightly. Letting go reluctantly, Blaine pulled out Kurt’s seat for him. “It’s so great to finally meet you face to face.” He said, sitting back down in his own seat. “I got us a cookie to split if you’d like to.”
Blaine took in Kurt’s appearance, loving every little feature of the boy in front of him. The smile on his face was impossible to take away. Blaine decided to take a sip of his coffee to hide his smile. “So, tell me about yourself. I’d love to get to know you better.” Blaine leaned forward in his chair, not too much to scare Kurt off, but just enough to show him he was interested in getting to know Kurt better.