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MY KEVIN/SCOTTY AND OTHER B&S FANFIC
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random word generator: inspiration 
30th-Mar-2009 01:50 pm
scotty funny
the random word generator: inspiration

By Marea67
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Scotty
Rate: G
Disclaimer: Brothers & Sisters is not mine, I know. Stop rubbing it in.

Driving back from the photo-shoot for the “L.A. Contemporary” article about "chefs on the rise" Scotty cannot not help but smile. It had been a fun afternoon. He met the four other chefs and contrary to his worry that they might be snobs, he actually had a good time, because they turned out to be so nice. He supposes it has to do with the fact that the infamous “chef-ego” hasn’t kicked in yet with any of them.

And for the fifth time this afternoon he wants to call his mother. He wishes he could tell her how far he has come and how happy he is with this recognition of his hard work and studying. And that he owes it all to her cooking, that the delicious dishes she used to make became his inspiration to pursue a career as a cook.

His most fondest memories of his youth are those that involved him and his mother in the kitchen together. She would let him help her with cutting vegetables, making meat-balls to eventually preparing small dishes all by himself. She would always try out some new recipe and they would have great fun watching Wally taste it.

Cooking to him became synonymous with ‘fun’, ‘warmth’, ‘tenderness’, ‘family’.... and their cooking together was what he missed most about his mother. From the day he ‘confessed’ to being gay, he had been banned from her kitchen. Bertha never said why, but Scotty sometimes thinks she believes that their time together in the kitchen is what made him gay.

He knows it is ridiculous, but he does believe that Bertha needed to blame ‘something’ for his homosexuality, and food and cooking became the culprits. What he wouldn’t give, if she would just once again run her fingers through his hair, because she was proud of how “nice and neat he cut the carrots”. Scotty's smile fades. He misses his mother.

So, after a few seconds hesitation he pulls over, parks his car and he calls his mother. The phone rings on the other side, but no one picks up. The answering machine kicks in and he hears his parents say that he has reached the house of Wally and Bertha Wandell and he can leave a message, but he doesn’t know what to say and so he breaks the connection.

The fact that he couldn’t reach his mother, still hurts when he enters the loft. But there he with greeted by a table set with candlelight and wine. There is some sweet smell coming from the kitchen and Kevin walks into the living room wearing an apron and Scotty can’t help but smile with tenderness. So typical of Kevin to be there, just when he needs a hug.

“How did it go?” Kevin asks, after a deliciously long kiss.
“I think I gave a good interview.” Scotty replies sitting down at the table and Kevin runs his fingers through Scotty’s hair and murmurs:
“I’m so proud of you.” And Scotty smiles, suddenly not missing his mother anymore.

THE END
Comments 
31st-Mar-2009 06:24 pm (UTC)
I love the way you show Scotty misses his mom, and that their relationship is gone, at least the way it used to be. I'm currently gathering ideas for Scotty and Bertha, I'm going to give my take on their relationship, it's interesting to try to see both POV.
2nd-Apr-2009 10:11 pm (UTC)
I am fascinated by Bertha (and Wally)

I'd like to be able to hate her, but I can't, because basically I don't think she's a bad/evil person.

Curious to see what your fic will be like.

It is hard to put myself in her mind and her opinions, but of I write from her POV because it's easy to write her all callous, but it's more difficult to somehow make her more human, more relatable. If that makes any sense?

It's too late for these sort of explanations... :D
3rd-Apr-2009 01:16 pm (UTC)
It's for lgbtfest, so you'll see. But I can't hate her either, generally when I disagree with someone, I try to understand their position. I'm a Tommy advocate, so I'm suffering from the lost cause disorder, I always have to be the devil's advocate!

As far as I can tell, she loves her son and has accepted him, she's got a problem with Kevin.

It's all very complicated, but by lack of back story for them both, we can make it all up. And that's where comes all the fun ;)

I do endorse the general idea that it's easier for Wally.
3rd-Apr-2009 03:32 pm (UTC)
Ah! yes you had another prompt as well.

I have the "Bertha wants Scotty to leave Kevin after they were beaten up..." I hope they won't be too similar...

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