|Back In Time: A Time Travel Fic
Author: XxRedVinesxX PM
When Harmony Hudson wishes that she, her best friend Sugar Pierce-Lopez, her cousin Rory Hummel-Anderson, and her annoying little sister Lea could go back in time to see their parents back when they were in highschool, will her wish come true?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Hurt/Comfort - Harmony & Rory F. - Chapters: 15 - Words: 12,429 - Reviews: 40 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 25 - Updated: 12-25-12 - Published: 05-18-12 - id: 8128265
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A/N: Finally, what you've all been waiting for! That fic I told you I had planned! Well ta-da! It's finally here! YAY! And this will be multi-chaptered...
DISCLAIMER: I don't own this idea. I saw it online and thought it was amazing, so I wanted to try it myself. I also don't own Harmony, Rory, Sugar, or anyone else from Glee. I do own Lea Judy Hudson, though. :D
Hey, babe. How are you? I miss you so much. I saw your preformance of 'Defying Gravity' last night...you kill it every time. I love you so much. Break a leg tonight!
Harmony Idina Hudson sighed deeply as she read yet another letter from her father to her mother. They were so cute back in college and highschool. Highscool!
"Sugar, did you find that piece yet?" She asked, folding the letter and putting it back in the box alongside the others.
"No..." Sugar Charity Pierce-Lopez huffed, throwing herself on the couch in her garage. "It's gotta be in here somewhere, though..."
"You'll find it sometime..." Harmony assured her best friend in the whole world.
The two girls (and Harmony's cousin Rory Norbert Hummel-Anderson) were working on a top secret time machine that they would use to go back to William McKinley High School to visit their parents in their seinor years. (Except for Blaine, who was a junior that year.)
"I'm not exactly sure if I wanna go...I mean, what if we get in trouble, or-" Rory spoke up, his thick Irish accent becoming more pronounced as he became more flustered.
"Relax, leprechaun." Sugar snorted. "Mom and Momma probably don't even know we're in here."
"But what about Dad? Or Daddy? What if they find out? What will they do?" Rory started to panic.
"Rory..." Harmony stood up and walked over to comfort her cousin. "I'm sure Uncle Blaine and Uncle Kurt wouldn't get too upset even if they find out."
Rory's eyes widened.
"Which they won't!" Harmony finished quickly.
The Irish boy sighed in relief.
"Wait!" Sugar exclaimed suddenly, jumping up from her spot on the couch and opening a draw from the back cabinet in her garage. "I think I remember where the piece went!"
"Oh, good!" Harmony said excitedly. She couldn't wait to see her mother in highschool. Everyone said she looked just like her! (Except her hight...she got that from her dad.)
Sugar couldn't wait, either. Her Mom and Momma had told her so many awesome things about highschool at McKinley, she couldn't wait to try it for herself. Even if they weren't aware that she was.
Rory, on the other hand, was still a tad nervous. He had always been the jumpy one, ever since his dads had adopted him from Ireland when he was 5. His Dad called it "good natured-ness", while Sugar and everyone else he knew (including Daddy) just made fun of him for it. He just couldn't help but worry and stress over things like this. And it was always Harmony and Sugar that were getting him into trouble. Like the time last year, at Mrs. and Mrs. Pierce-Lopez's anniversery, Sugar thought it'd be a great idea for them to have the cake covered with glitter and sparkles. However, on the actual day, someone (*cough, cough* SUGAR *cough) had put too much glitter and sparkles, and Uncle Finn had breathed them in and had to go to the hospital.
And whom, you may ask, was blamed for this by his parents? RORY. Even though he constantly tried to talk the girls out of their crazy ideas (especially Sugar), he still somehow always managed to get into trouble himself.
"Found it!" Sugar exclaimed. "I can't believe it was in here the whole dang time!"
"What was in there the whole dang time?" Lea Judy Hudson, Harmony's five year old little sister, came out of the door that led to the inside of the Pierce-Lopez household. Harmony sighed, exasperated.
"Lea, I thought I told you to stay inside!" The older girl exlaimed.
"You did...but I didn't listen. Mommy and Uncle Kurt were talking about inter-y-ire-or design, so I got bored."
"Interior design, Lea." Harmony said, slightly annoyed at her sister's mispronounce of the word.
"Oh. What are you guys doing in here?" The five year old girl jumped off the bottom step and threw herself onto the couch.
"Nothing." Harmony grumbled.
"We're building a-" Rory started.
"Nothing!" Sugar exlcaimed. "We're not building anything, Lea."
Lea crossed her arms. "Uh-huh. I can see you. I'm not stupid."
"I beg to differ..." Harmony said under her breath.
"Harmony? If you don't mind me asking...why do you always get so upset when Lea comes down here?" Rory whispered, coming up behind the older of the Hudson girls.
"Because." Harmony spat.
"Because...? I may need you to elaborate a little more..."
"Because I just do, that's why." Harmony marched briskly over to where her sister was and placed her hands on her hips.
"What?" Lea asked innocently. "I was just talking to Sugar..."
"But why? You guys get to have fun in here, and I have to listen to Mommy and Uncle Kurt be boring. It's not fair!" She pouted, causing Harmony to roll her eyes.
"Harmony, just let her stay." Rory said from his end of the garage. "She's not hurting anyone."
"Yeah. I'm not hurting anyone." Lea stuck her tounge out.
"Yes, but you're hurting my brain. So leave." Harmony crossed her arms, as if to say 'that's final'.
"But I don't wanna!" Lea protested, flailing her arms around in a tantrum-type way.
Harmony grabbed Lea's arm and dragged her into the house, passing the kitchen, where Mrs. and Mrs. Pierce-Lopez were.
"Hey, girls!" They called in unison.
"Hi, Mrs. and Mrs. Pierce-Lopez." Harmony called back in responce, forcing herself to sound happy.
"I don't wanna be in here!" Lea said angrily, kicking Harmony's leg-and her new tights.
"Stop it!" The older girl spat.
"I wanna go back in the garage with you and Rory and Sugar!"
Harmony had finally (with much effort) managed to get Lea to the living room, where her mother and her Uncle Kurt were discussing interior design for the Hummel-Andersons' new home.
"Mom, can you please keep Lea inside!" Harmony asked, exasperated once again.
"Harmony, please. Let her play out in the garage with you and Rory and Sugar. She's not bothering anyone, is she?" Her mother, Rachel, asked.
"I am not!" Lea said, even more angry then before.
"Yes you are!"
"I didn't even do anything!"
"Yes you did!"
"What did I do!"
Harmony snapped inside.
"YOU WERE BORN!"
Suddenly, there was a silence. Lea had started to cry into her mother's shirt, and Rachel and Kurt were both giving Harmony a dirty look.
Feeling angry, the older girl ran back to the garage and slammed the door.
"I HATE MY LITTLE SISTER!" She screamed.
"Harmony, calm down..." Rory said nervously, coming up behind his cousin and putting a hand on her shoulder.
"I don't wanna calm down!" She shrugged his hand off.
Walking over to the garage window, she noticed that it was night.
"Hey, look! A shooting star!" Sugar exclaimed.
Harmony glanced at the unfinished time-machine and shut her eyes tightly.
I wish like anything that the time machine worked, and we could all go back in time to when Mom, Dad, Uncle Kurt and Blaine, and both Mrs. Pierce-Lopezes were all in highschool. Then maybe we could get away from Lea. Please, please, please!
"HARMONY! C'MON, WE'RE GOING HOME!" She heard her mother call from the house.
"Well...I guess I gotta go." Harmony hugged Sugar and Rory and exited the garage on her way back into the house.
A/N: Well? I REALLY REALLY REEEAALLLYY want reviews on this story...PLEASE! Thanks so much! :D