“Yeah… I mean it’s really hard to keep in touch with people after high school,” Blaine shrugged, “Especially when everyone moves away.”
“Yeah, I agree,” Rachel said. “But I think I’m good with the people that I have kept in touch with, you know what I mean? I haven’t felt a strong desire to keep up with anyone. Unless that opportunity were to come along.”
“Yeah I haven’t either,” Blaine said, “I’ve barely seen or heard from anyone.”
“It’s sort of sad,” she said, “but I kind of saw it coming, to be honest,” Rachel said thoughtfully, taking another sip of her tea.
“Maybe he should be my best man,” Blaine laughed.
Rachel laughed with him. “Ha, if anyone can find him,” she said jokingly with a bit of seriousness. “I’ve only seen him once since high school.”
“Yup, those are all the things that make him the most interesting guy I’ve ever met,” Blaine laughed, “and to think I have Puck to thank for sending him to Dalton to spy that day.”
Rachel laughed. “Who would think Puck would ever be a matchmaker?” She smiled. “And a good one, at that. A very good one.”
“It’s so true,” Blaine said smiling, “I know I joke about it a lot but I wouldn’t have him any other way.”
“He’d be too boring and un-fabulous to love him,” Rachel said with a bit of a chuckle.
Blaine blinked and shook his head, “Oh wow… that’s so confusing. Why does my boyfriend have to be so high maintenance?”
“What else would you expect from Kurt Hummel?” Rachel said with a slight shrug, taking another sip from her tea.
“Yeah I’ll decide that when the time comes. The things I’m most concerned with right now are a ring, when, and how,” Blaine said.
“Well, it has to be romantic. Like in the movies. But not cheesy,” Rachel said. “Heartfelt, simple. Not too over the top. Not too simple.”
Blaine’s expression was thoughtful. He hadn’t really thought about that yet. The only thing that had been on his mind concerning this was how he was going to ask Kurt and when he planned on doing.
“I dunno,” he said truthfully, “I guess I hadn’t really talked about it yet…”
”That’s fine, of course. I mean, you haven’t even engaged to him yet,” she said honestly with a laugh. She didn’t want to possibly stress Blaine out with the thought of needing a best man figured out already. So much more had to be done first.
“Well of course,” Blaine laughed, “Kurt’s not going to have a best man. Not when he’s had such a strong alliance with the ladies all the time.”
“Very true,” Rachel agreed. “Speaking of that,” she said, “who would your best man be?” she asked, curious.
Blaine blushed a little bit and slumped into the couch a little bit more. “He’s going to have a freaking ball putting together a wedding too.”
“Totally. I know he won’t make me look bad, but just as long as I don’t completely crazy and out of my element,” she said with a slight laugh. “That’s assuming that he’ll make me the maid of honor, of course.”