Author's Note: We've finally reached the last chapter! I want to thank everyone who read and reviewed this, you mean the world. I know that the name of this chapter is the same of this story, but it has a meaning to it. I'll be sure to write more Kurtofsky because of you guys. Thanks! And as always, I don't own Glee.
"Where are you going Dad?" Kurt asked, looking up from his bed in his basement as he started sorting through outfits for tomorrow.
He had returned to his house a few days ago and told his dad that he wanted to return back to McKinley. And after a long discussion about just everything, Burt agreed whole heartedly.
"I'm going to go visit your mother for a little while." He smiled sadly.
Kurt smiled, nodding his head. "Tell mom I said hello."
"Will do kiddo."
Kurt smiled, watching his father walk up the stairs and heard the door close soon after. They'd gotten into an argument about the entire thing. And Burt admitted that he was wrong. He was just in such a state of happiness with Carole on their honeymoon. And Kurt understood. He wanted his father to be happy again, and Carole made him happy. But now his dad made it a once a week thing to go visit his mom, and Kurt couldn't ask for more.
"Hey Dude." Finn smiled, walking down the stairs.
"First of all, my name is not Dude. And second, haven't you ever heard of knocking?"
Finn looked at him for a moment. "Of course I hear knocking. Isn't that the point?"
Kurt couldn't help the eye roll that surfaced and the slight smirk as he beckoned Finn into the room. His step-brother sat down in his cage seat, swinging around aimlessly. "So? You and Karofsky."
Kurt chuckled; he knew that this was coming. He placed down his new McQueen sweater and turned around to face him.
"Yes, me and Dave are a couple. And he is one hundred percent sure that he wants McKinley to know." He smiled happily.
Finn looked at him for a long moment, as if his step-brother had grown another head. But he smiled none-the-less.
"That's cool. I'm glad he makes you happy Kurt." He grinned in his goofish way before walking up the stairs.
Kurt smiled at his big oaf of a step-brother before shaking his head and returning to outfits. Tomorrow was going to be something.
"I can't do this."
"Yes you can. It's not a big deal."
"What do you mean it's not a big deal? This is us coming out as a couple to the entire school!"
"And I'm ecstatic about it."
"Well I'm freaking out."
"Come on. I thought I would be the one freaking out."
"Well you're not. Now what?"
Dave sighed, leaning across the front of his truck to give Kurt a sweet kiss. "I love you." He whispered.
Kurt sighed and grumbled softly, unbuckling his seatbelt and getting out of the truck, slinging his bag over his shoulder.
Dave couldn't help but grin at his boyfriend's reaction. Sure he was nervous as well, but with Kurt at his side it was a little better to handle. Then again, Dave had rarely received the shit that Kurt went through on a daily basis.
He grabbed his boyfriends hand and walked past the dumpsters with no worry. When the two walked through the front doors of McKinley, they were onslaught with about six different slushy's.
"Welcome back, Homos."
Dave was about to freak out on the guys. Sure, they could call him a homo or whatever else they wanted to, but not Kurt. He went to lunge forward but he felt Kurt's hand tighten on his he turned to look at him and smiled.
Because Kurt was laughing, looking at him with absolute love in his eyes.
Kurt couldn't believe how easy it was to just fall back into the pattern of McKinley. After he and Dave had washed off their slushied clothes they made their way separately to first period. People were definitely staring, but it wasn't that big of a deal, just as Kurt had predicted. He sat in History, chatting with Mercedes about a spa date on Saturday.
When they got to lunch the entire school already knew about Dave and him, the Glee club kids were their biggest supporters. Because if Kurt was happy, then they were happy. Kurt looked up from his spot next to Mercedes and looked up to see Dave walk in, talking to one of the jocks that had earlier called him a disgusting name.
He frowned softly, watching the jock motion for Dave to join their table. He looked down at his plate as he chewed on a piece of lettuce. He forgot that this was high school and he didn't always get what he wanted.
Something warm on his cheek threw him out of his thoughts as he looked up in time to see Dave sitting next to him. A smile broke out over his face.
Dave watched as Kurt smiled and he knew the boy was worried. He gave Kurt a sweet kiss on the cheek before the entire table started eating.
Mike, Sam, Finn, Puck, and Artie were easily accepting to Dave's new arrival and launched right into conversation with him. Kurt absolutely beamed at the situation as he turned his attention back to his girls, where Santana was motioning to Dave and Kurt with a lewd gesture, raising her eyebrows.
Kurt had a feeling she was asking if they got far over summer.
He just smiled at her and shrugged his shoulders.
Good boys never kiss and tell.
He definitely had to admit that being back in New Directions was the best part of his day. He was already offered a solo by Mr. Schuester, threatened by Rachel, and forced into a group hug by the entire group.
He sat next to Puck, engrossed in conversation with the mohawked football player.
"I'm dead serious Kurt. Now that I'm off probation, if Karofsky so much as does one bad thing to you I'll be on his ass like a frigging ninja."
Kurt couldn't help but stifle the laugh that formed in his throat. It was actually really sweet. Well…Noah's version of sweet.
"Thank you Noah. I'll remember that."
Mr. Schuester cleared his throat and they all looked up. "Alright guys, before we start are set list in preparation for Sectionals, we have a new member."
Everyone looked around in confusion. Now that Kurt was back Lauren happily quit and they had their minimum requirement of twelve members. Who would want to join now?
"Everyone welcome David Karofsky."
Kurt looked up in shock as Dave walked in sheepishly.
"You said you had a song prepared, David? What is it?"
Dave smiled kindly, looking right at Kurt as he spoke.
"Yeah, I do. It's called One Thing by Finger 11."
Kurt's smile broke out on his face and his heart swirled thinking about that first day at David's house and into the rest of that summer.
Kurt listened to his boyfriend sing and Dave watched Kurt form an unguarded smile, they both were thinking the same thing.
They wouldn't trade what they had for anything.