They say you leave this world just the same way we came into it, naked and alone. So if we do leave with nothing, what then is the measure of a life? Is it defined by the people we choose to love or is life simply measured by our accomplishments? And what if we fail or never truly loved? What then? Can we ever measure up? Over the quiet desperation of a life gone wanting drive us mad.One Tree Hill
Does this darkness have a name? This cruelty, this hatred, how did it find us? Did it steal into our lives or did we seek it out and embrace it? What happened to us? That we now send our children into the world like we send young men to war, hoping for their safe return, but knowing someone will be lost along the way. When did we lose our way? Consumed by the shadow swallowed hole by the darkness. Does this darkness have a name? Is it your name?One Tree Hill
And Hansel said to Grettle, ‘Let us drop these bread crumbs, so that together we find our way home because losing our way would be the most cruelest things.’ This year, I lost my way. And losing your way on a journey is unfortunate, but losing your reason for the journey is a fade more cruel. The journey lasted 8 months, sometimes I traveled alone, sometimes there were others who took the wheel, and took my heart. But when the destination was reached, it wasn’t me who arrived, it wasn’t me at all. And once you lose yourself, you have 2 choices: Find the person you used to be or lose that person completely. Because sometimes you have to step outside the person who had been and remember the person you are meant to be; the person you wanted to be; the person you are.One Tree Hill
I still cry when I watch One Tree Hill, no matter which episode it is, because I love it and I miss it.
I’d get it if you need it.
I’ll search if you don’t see it.
You’re thirsty, I’ll be your rain.
You get hurt, I’ll take your pain.
I know you don’t believe it, but I said it and I still mean it.
When you heard what I told you, when you get worried, I’ll be your soldier.
And this is why I can’t go to concerts.
I get so upset for the rest of the day because I hate when they end.
I saw Andy Grammar, Gavin DeGraw, and Colbie Caillat at Six Flags. I really went for Gavin though and it felt like I was in One Tree Hill hehe.
It was amazing. He sang all my favorite songs which just completed my world. Oh my, then it started pouring but no fucks were given. (It was basically a YOLO moment.) Then it stopped. Then it started again when Colbie came out except it got really bad towards the end so they had to cut it short. She sang my favorite songs too. It was crazy. I officially love concerts in the rain. I never thought I would stand out there in a downfall for anyone besides the Jonas Brothers and Demi. And Colbie and Andy were cute, especially together hehe.
The whole day was fun. We only got on 3 roller coasters though. It was all worth it. Except for the fact my legs have never been in this much pain.. besides my first degree burns. I really don’t know why they hurt so bad, they usually don’t after days like these. Oh, and my throat hurts from screaming and I’m probably gonna get sick from the rain.
What sucks is the fact that I have to go to school tomorrow. One more full week and I am basically DONE til senior year.
Okay dumb post over.
Gavin DeGraw — Soldier
Played 30 times.
Call me crazy but one of the reasons why I want to see him in concert is because of One Tree Hill. Seeing him would keep the show alive and I would just feel like it’s all real. I don’t care how absurd that sounds; I love his music. I need to see him.
This post is about One Tree Hill. It is personal so don’t read it.
This is not just a show- I just want to say that now. It’s a life lesson. It opens your eyes, your mind, and your heart. It’s meaningful and everybody can relate to it.
I started watching it the summer before high school began for me I believe. If not then it was the summer before. I wish I remember… I watched all the seasons that I didn’t see on TV in those 3 months. Anyways, these last couple of years were THOSE years. The years that basically change you, your life, your perspective on everything, yadda yadda yadda. They have been my.. not so great years. One Tree Hill is what actually helped me; It was my escape. It was, and still is, what I want in a life and future. That might be another reason why I’m so sad.
I’m so upset it’s all over. It’s truly like I just moved out of Tree Hill and left everybody there. It’s THAT kind of emptiness in my heart.
I’m gonna watch the final episode again sometime next week because it was so perfect. I loved how it ended, I loved the music, I loved it all! Thank you Mark Schwahn for creating the best show to ever air on television. 9 seasons, 9 years of pure love.
I have a question about last night’s episode of One Tree Hill…
Was that conversation between Dan and Nathan real? Dan just imagined it to be at the river court but it was really just in the hospital, right?
Catching up on One Tree Hill
Logan in One Tree Hill may be the cutest kid ever, no exaggeration.
I want him as my own.
I am shaking and crying omg omggg
LITERALLY SO NERVOUS FOR THIS EPISODE. MY HEART IS RACING AND MY TEARS ARE READY.
Dear One Tree Hill,
Please don’t kill Nathan.
Sincerely, broken-hearted teenager.