It all comes from ignorance and I think if those people were subject to the hurtful words they throw around on the internet, they would change their tune. There are actual human beings sitting on the other end of that cable that connects us all. I know what I am and I certainly know what I’m not. x
I can’t even count how many articles I have read which deems a fondness of liking audrey hepburn as a ‘cliche’ that the only reason we all seem to like her is because of movies like breakfast at tiffiany’s and I really makes me wonder. I saw a post that spoke about how Audrey is remembered as being “pretty” and that because of it many of her qualities and accomplishments have been overshadowed by that image. Now, I could talk endless of her work in her later years with unicef and the many of amazing things this woman had done in her life; but to be completely honestly there would be no point. In my eyes, Audrey Hepburn is the epitome of grace and elegance. Everything she stood for and everything she believe so wholeheartedly in is so inspirational. I want to scream to from the rooftops; audrey was not only a wonderful actress and style icon but one of the greatest people I have ever discovered. I just want the whole world to appreciate that; I don’t want my admiration for audrey to be a ‘cliche’. Do you know what I mean?
colfhummel prompted: AU where Kurt has a crush on Dr. Anderson and starts coming up with ridiculous reasons to bring his kitten to the vet
The first visit is a customary check-up, and Kurt is probably more stressed than his kitten is.
A co-worker recommended the clinic and Kurt trusts their judgment, of course, but he’s only been a cat dad for a few days and has spent more hours worrying than he has sleeping.
"Do you want me to go into the room with you?" Rachel asks, squeezing Kurt’s hand, but he shakes his head, standing up with the carrier cradled in his arms.
"No, no, I’ll be fine, I just—" He cuts off when the vet pokes his head into the waiting room and says, "Mr. Hummel? Whenever you’re ready." He ducks back into the other room and Kurt blinks, wondering briefly if his mind is playing tricks on him.
"Oh my," Rachel says after a beat, and Kurt doesn’t have to look back to know she’s smiling. She gives his ass an encouraging pat. "You heard the man. Whenever you’re ready, Mr. Hummel.”