Who knew that the TV show Glee would ever make my cry?
Watching Glee last year started as a fun thing. My roommates and I would put aside our homework and would leave everything behind just to spend one hour every week in front of the television together watching Glee. It is a show about the dramatic lives of a group of high schoolers revolving around the use of song to portray emotion and feeling. I’m surprised nothing ever like it has ever come about until recently. It’s such a great idea!
Over the summer, I found a new love…dance…in particular, swing dancing. When I came back to Irvine, of course the fun can’t end in the summer… Tuesday’s Swingin’ Sock Hop is great fun at Atomic Ballroom! It happens every Tuesday from 8:30 to midnight. Too bad it conflicts with the time the show is aired on TV. Glee is on at 8 PM every Tuesday. Man!
That’s just life, I guess. Anyway, I can spend my lazy Saturday afternoons watching Glee in my pj’s!!! That’s even better than watching it at nighttime on Tuesdays, in my opinion.
This past Tuesday’s episode “Grilled Cheesus” was especially touching because of the theme of faith and believing in something when your life is going down the drain. I won’t give spoilers, but I will give you the link: http://www.hulu.com/watch/181761/glee-grilled-cheesus. I could really relate to everything that happened in this episode (except Finn’s random happenstance).
It’s so hard to believe sometimes when everything is going wrong. You just don’t understand why it’s happening to you or what you did to possibly make Fate do this to you.
Just know that it all gets better.
Whatever feels like crap in your life now will all be surpassed by something amazing.
Your friends will always be there to hold your hand when things get rough. They may not always have the answers or the words to show their care, but they will ALWAYS be there for you.
Just believe in this, if anything…
Sometimes that mountain you’ve been climbing is just a grain of sand
What you’ve been up there searching for
forever is in your hands
When you figure out love is all that matters after all
It sure makes everything else
Seem so small
Lyrics taken from Carrie Underwood’s “So Small”