AN: This is the first fanfiction I have written for eight years so reviews would be much loved.

Kurt huddled farther down under the tacky leopard print throw blanket. It was definitely something he wouldn't have allowed into his house but right now all he cared about was being warm, and warm it was. His eyes were staring blankly at the TV, only half hearing the random sitcom Blaine had picked.


His name sent shivers up his spine almost as bad as the snow did. After a busy week of almost no contact with the older teen, not even texts, he had called out of the blue and asked Kurt over. His parents were out of town so he thought they could have just a lazy evening of eating junk food in front of the TV. Really Kurt could do that at home with his dad and Finn but Blaine, he wanted to spend as much time with him as he could as often as he could.

Of course Kurt told him he was on his way without a second thought. What he hadn't counted on was the difference in weather in the different towns. They weren't that far apart but there was a two-foot difference in the amount of snow. Kurt had not been ready for that and trying to trudge through the whole 4-feet of Blaine's unplowed walkway to the door in shoes that were not made for that much snow had left him very cold. It also didn't help that Blaine's heater was out and a repairman wouldn't come out unless a parent was home.

He felt something nudge his leg and glanced over his knees to see the handsome boy he had been trying not to think about to much smiling softly at him. "Hey you've been pretty quiet. I am not boring you am I?" His face fell for a moment at that thought.

"No!" Kurt answered maybe a little quickly. A blush dusted his cheeks, "I am just a little cold."

Blaine frowned slightly, "I am sorry. I should have warned you about how much snow we got. And the heater. I guess I've gotten used to it over the last two days. Do you want something warm to drink?" His eyebrows furrowed in worry.

Kurt curled up a little tighter under the blanket. "Really I'll be fine." He insisted and looked back to the TV thinking the discussion was over with. Blaine though did think 'fine' was good enough and before Kurt really knew what was happening he was half in Blaine's lap blanket and all. "What are you doing?" He asked quickly in a breathless short of voice. He could hardly believe he was sitting in Blaine's lap.

The older teen smiled down at him, "Best way to warm up is to share heat." He shrugged and started flipping through channels again as if this was nothing out of the ordinary. Kurt blushed and readjusted himself to get comfortable, his head ending up resting on Blaine's chest and listening to his heart beat. Oh what a wonderful sound that was! And did Blaine ever smell good? Like hot coco. He turned to watch images flicker across the screen as his boyfr... Wait what? No, no they weren't together, only in his dreams.

He shook his head lightly and focused on the TV again. Brothers and Sisters? He would have pegged Blaine for a fan but he stayed quiet about it and just watched.

'You make everything feel possible. You make me possible.' When he heard Justin say those words on screen he looked up at Blaine again. There were no better words to describe how he felt around him.

"Blaine?" He tried softly to get his attention.

Blaine looked down at him with a smile, "What is it?"

"You make everything feel possible. You make me possible." He quoted with more sincerity than he was sure he had ever said anything with before.

Blaine just stared at him for a moment or two, making Kurt think he had made a horrible, terrible mistake. But then he smiled, that bright charming smile. "You have no idea how happy hearing that makes me." He grinned then and leaned into him to press a soft kiss to Kurt soft plush lips. Kurt's mind was racing as they kissed even if it only lasted a few seconds before Blaine pulled away. "I was so afraid you hadn't noticed how much I want you."

He wanted him? Kurt blushed brightly, looking back at the way Blaine was almost always touching him it seemed pretty clear, well thats hindsight for you. "So are we...?" He trailed off not sure if he really wanted to know the answer.

"Yes. If you'll have me I want more than anything to be yours." Blain smiled and kissed him again to prove his point. Kurt kissed back in way of saying yes. He didn't really trust his voice right then anyway.

"Well I am warm now." He joked lightly when they finally pulled apart again.

Blain chuckled, "And I plan to keep you warm." He pulled his boyfriend closer and kissed him passionately. It wasn't long until the TV was forgotten and the lack of heater unnoticeable.

AN: I don't actually watch Brothers and Sisters but I saw that quote and its just so them I had to use it.