Saturday, 21 March 2015

Glee to me.

Saturday, 21 March 2015
Hello blog,

Warning the following post is mostly about glee and may be very, very emotional so read at your own risk.

Hi there, my name is khaoula. And those of you who know me personally, may know that I am very attached to a musical, comedy, drama called glee.

Why do you love this show so much? You might ask imaginary half of this conversation. Well let me tell you. I started watching glee a couple of years back, it helped me through some rough times that I would rather not talk about now. It was the only thing on TV that I could relate to. Seeing Rachel berry (MY BABY/ The fictional character that changed my life) be unapologetically who she is, while striving for success (she got her tony after all and that is all I ever wanted for her! A happy ending). Seeing Mercedes slay every song she ever sang, with sooo much attitude. Seeing finn Hudson "the quarterback, our quarterback" dress up and sing lady gaga. Seeing Artie sing every song with so much soul , and never letting his disability get the best of him. Seeing Kurt hit those high notes and rock those clothes like no one else on TV. Seeing Tina love herself for who she is. Seeing Santana discover her sexuality and let her true colors shine. Seeing britanny being called stupid, then turning out smarter than everyone.Seeing Quinn go through teen pregnancy but never losing hope, and joining YALE. Seeing Blaine sing and dance like a prince, without letting his sexuality define who he is. Seeing Mr shue stand by them every step of the way. All of these thing inspired me and made me the person I am today.

Glee taught me that LOVE IS LOVE. Glee taught me that everyone's dreams are valid. It thaught me  that I don't have to be anything but who I really am. And that it is okay to put myself first. Glee taught me that life is ups and downs, that success and fame are great. But at the end of the day, FAMILY is what matters the most.

Glee showed me love. Whether it's Klaine, Brittana, Finchel or any other ship on the show. It showed me that love exists and that it is worth fighting for.

Last but not least Glee gave me a new family. A family full of love and understanding, even if it sometimes fights over ships (we all have our fights huh) A family that I might not see or talk to a lot but who I will always love, endlessly. Family like Isaac, Adam, Farah and Mohammad. You guys are awesome. Thank you for going on this journey with me. YOU ROCK ✌✌ *Group hug*

To cut this thing short, though I know it is everything but short. I want to thank the cast and crew, who I grew to love over the past few years. Thank you for being the best idols anyone could ever ask for. Thank you for all the laughs, the cries, the anger and the inspiration. Thank you for portraying such amazing characters, characters I will always hold so near to my heart. Thank you for making me believe. Thank you for the rollercoaster that is glee. This is not goodbye because I will never say goodbye.

it has been one heck of a ride. One I will forever cherish. Okay I'm crying now so I better go.  

By the way, if you are reading this and somehow made it this far without having watched glee before, please do yourself a favour and go watch it. It's life changing.

The only thing I have left to say is, for the battles that we lost or might have won. I never stopped believing in the words we sung, and I promise I never will. Not for a second.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart, It has been a pleasure.


   Khaoula out


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