Nuggets of gold in 140 characters or less.
(via matblum)Source: c-will-run
I can’t fight this feeling any longer…
"The Quarterback" was definitely the hardest thing I’ve ever had to watch on television. I know I know people say it is only a show, but Cory Monteith influenced SOOO many lives—even mine. Before Glee, I didn’t really know what truly made me happy. I knew I loved sports and I still do, but Glee gave me music and I made me realize how important music is to me. I honestly don’t know if I’d be as happy as I am today without the music Glee—and Cory—brought me. In fact, today my friends mom said to me, "J, you are a great person…you are singing all the time and I can just tell you have such a happy soul." To me, that is one of the coolest compliments I could ever receive, and I attribute most of it to Glee. I would never love music/musicals/Broadway as much as I do without Glee, and Broadway hits are what you’ll usually hear me belting at the top of my lungs; though I can’t actually carry a tune. :/ But nonetheless, Glee taught me to be happy. They say Glee is about opening yourself up to joy, and I believe that statement 100%. So you see, Cory did influence my life even if it wasn’t as dramatic an influence as he was on others’. I love Glee. I love Finn. I love Cory. And I always will.