Another monologue from Greys! Hope you like it 🙂
Sometimes you just need to get out of town, get a new perspective. But you can’t always see that you need a new perspective because well, you need a new perspective to be able to see that. It’s complicated.
Open your eyes. What do you see? More possibilities? Does your new view give you more hope? That’s the goal. Although, it doesn’t always work out that way. Sometimes a shift in perspective just makes you see what you’ve lost.
Long time no see Monologues! Here’s an old one from our very own favourite Grey’s Anatomy.
Season 1, Episode 8: Save Me
“You know how when you were a little kid, and you believed in fairy tales? That fantasy of what your life would be. White dress, Prince Charming, who’d carry you away to a castle on a hill. You’d lie in bed at night and close your eyes, and you had complete and utter faith. Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Prince Charming, they were so close, you could taste them. But eventually, you grow up. One day you open your eyes, and the fairy tale disappears. Most people, turn to the things and people they can trust. But the thing is… it’s hard to let go of that fairy tale entirely. Because almost everyone still has that smallest bit of hope, of faith, that one day they’ll open their eyes, and it will all come true.”
“At the end of the day, faith is a funny thing. It turns up when you don’t really expect it. It’s like, one day you realize that the fairy tale may be slightly different than you dreamed. The castle… well, it may not be a castle. And, it’s not so important that it’s happy ever after. Just that it’s happy right now. See, once in a while, once in a blue moon, people will surprise you. And once in a while… people may even take your breath away.”
Here’s another Grey’s monologue. Hope you like this one! 🙂
Season 6, Episode 16 : Perfect Little Accident
“No matter how many plans we make or steps we follow, we never know how our day is going to end up. We’d prefer to know, of course, what curve balls will be thrown our way. It’s the accidents that always turn out to be the most interesting parts of our day, the people we never expected to show up, a turn of events we never would have chose for ourselves. All of a sudden you find yourself somewhere you never expected to be and its nice, or it takes some getting used to. Still, maybe you’ll find yourself appreciating it somewhere down the line. So you go to sleep each night thinking about tomorrow, going over your plans, preparing for them, and hoping that whatever accidents come your way will be happy ones.”
Another late monologue (extremely sorry) from the best TV show ever, Grey’s Anatomy. This is from,
“They say death is hardest on the living. It’s tough to actually say goodbye. Sometimes it’s impossible. You never really stop feeling the loss. It’s what makes things so bittersweet. We leave little bits of ourselves behind, little reminders, a lifetime of memories, photos, trinkets, things to remember us by… even when we’re gone.”
Another monologue this week from GREY’S Season 8, Episode 14: All You Need Is Love
There are times in our lives when love really does conquer all: exhaustion, sleep deprivation, anything. And then there are those times when it seems like love brings us nothing but pain.
We’re always looking for ways to ease the pain. Sometimes we ease the pain by making the best of what we have. Sometimes is by losing ourselves in the moment. And sometimes all we need to do to ease the pain is call a simple truce.
This week’s Grey’s Anatomy Monologue is from Season 7, Episode 2: “Shock to the System”
Lightning doesn’t often strike twice. It’s a once in a lifetime thing. Even if it feels like the shock is coming over and over again. Eventually the pain will go away, the shock will wear off. And you start to heal yourself. To recover from something you never saw coming. But, sometimes the odds are in your favour. If you’re in just the right place at just the right time you can take a helluva hit. And still have a shot at surviving.
Sorry was a tad bit late with the weekly Monologues from “Greys Anatomy”!
This comes from Season 7, Episode 15: Golden Hour.
How much can you actually accomplish in an hour? Run an errand maybe, sit in traffic, get an oil change. When you think about it an hour isn’t very long. Sixty minutes. Thirty-six hundred seconds. That’s it. In medicine, though, an hour is often everything. We call it the golden hour. That magical window of time that can determine whether a patient lives or dies. an hour, one hour, can change anything forever. an hour can save your life. an hour can change your life. sometimes an hour is a gift we give ourselves. for some, an hour can mean almost nothing. for others, an hour makes all the difference in the world. but in the end, it’s still just an hour. one of many. many more to come. sixty minutes. thirty six hundred seconds. that’s it. then it starts all over again. and who knows what the next hour might hold.