"We're born, we live, we die - sometimes not necessarily in that order. We put things to rest, only to have them rise up again. So if death isn't the end, what can you count on anymore? Because you sure can't count on anything alive. Life is the most fragile, unstable, unpredictable thing there is. In fact, there's only one thing in life that we're sure of - It ain't over, till it's over."
I watched Episode 7 of Season 5 on Grey’s Anatomy last night.
Two scenes which really tugs my heart.
One where Derek “McDreamy” and “The Nazi” Miranda, after ranting to each other bout their marriages, was tending to an elderly patient, Rosie. Right before the operation, her husband gave her a good long kiss and bid her “Goodbye”. He explained to the two doctors that he does that everytime Rosie goes under the knife. And when she wakes up after the operation, he will greet her with “Hello”. The scene where after the surgery and Rosie begin to crash (the nurses didn’t attempt to resuscitate her because Rosie had earlier requested a DNR Form). And the old man looking so helpless while begging Derek and Miranda to do something while he tries to revive her by pushing on her chest while telling her to stay with him. Gosh! *sobs*
And the other scene between Izzy and her (dead ex-fiancée) Denny. She kept seeing the image of Denny again and again. She finally told Denny that he can’t be around and that she needs to move on. She opens her eyes and the image of Denny was gone and she found Alex there. He asks if everything is okay, she smiled and says yes. After he leaves, Izzie turns around and there again, she sees the image of Denny asking her if she is sure that she is okay. *sobs even more*