Written by M.
I don’t do reunions.
High school, undergrad, med school.
I don’t mean to make superficial conversation with a bunch of people I barely remember.
If I want to keep someone in my life, I keep them in my life.
Or maybe it’s just that I don’t know how to get rid of them.
Nathan telling Maggie that she has no idea what she is talking about was about time. Maggie always has an opinion about everything, like a lot of people do. But people, if you don’t know what something is like, just say that you don’t know. Don’t act like you know, because for the people that do know what it’s like, it’s infuriating. I found this out myself when I had my burn out, but I still feel this every day. It’s painful that people don’t understand what I’m going through, but when people try to act like they do, it’s even worse.
Jo was reminded yet again about her painful past, it makes me think that her past will come out to the open soon. And this episode was the second time that we are reminded of Megan, Owen’s sister and Nathan’s fiance, who went missing all those years ago in the war. Is it possible that she will be found?
Can I just say that Samaire Armstrong was amazing! Her performance of a schizophrenic woman was, to someone who has no idea what it’s like to have this, truly inspiring. Why don’t we hear and see more of this truly gifted actress.
I don’t do reunions, but I can see why people do.
They can make you feel like you haven’t felt in a long time.
It’s comfy, it’s familiar, it’s kind of like coming home.
You see how people turned out if they realized their hopes and dreams or if they have lost their hopes and dreams.
Or maybe you see that they have found what we all should find brand new hopes and dreams.
- Meredith’s prison joke, was it too soon? Not to my opinion, I laughed.
- Meredith’s reaction to Maggie telling about Nathan’s sadness. Are we getting back to the Meredith and Nathan love story line? And the love triangle with Maggie? Can I start counting lies again?
Coming up in two weeks;