Having a guardian angel was amazing, but not being able to properly thank him was a different story. Determined to finally meet him, Blaine just had to summon him in the only way he knew how. Warnings: Sadie Hawkins gay bash, a mugging and allusions to a suicide attempt. Angel!Kurt. ~1.500 words

The first time Blaine had an inkling someone was watching over him, was when he was sixteen and lying hurt on the asphalt of his High School’s parking lot. His attackers were still there, shoving each other while laughing and telling how ‘they got them good’. It was horrible to hear really, and Blaine wished they would just go. Except one of them made a noise that he found something and suddenly he was walking back. From his position on the floor Blaine could vaguely make out the brick the guy was carrying, making him realize this might as well be the end for good and closing his eyes with the wish he wouldn’t suffer too long.

But the brick never came. Instead his attackers were running off, yelling even in fear, and he was left alone with his date a yard away from him in the same position. Slowly slipping away in blissful unconsciousness, all Blaine could here were whispers of ‘I’m sorry’ and ‘I’ll never let this happen again’. He couldn’t remember much else, but a week later, right after his release from the hospital, Blaine found a single golden-white feather in between his belongings he had just collected.

Since then Blaine was pretty sure he had a guardian angel looking over him.

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