Posted by: loungekitten | May 25, 2010

5.25.10 – Tuesday Ten

It has been so busy at work lately!  I have no idea what’s going on with all these sick people.  In the few short years I’ve been working (and volunteering) in the ER, this is the time of year we usually start getting less busy, but it seems as though we are just as busy as ever.  Sometimes, just having an internal soundtrack I can listen to makes the day  go better or faster.

  1. Into Your Arms – The Lemonheads
  2. Hell Yes – Beck
  3. Breathe (2AM) – Anna Nalick
  4. The End Of The Innocence – Don Henley
  5. No Air (Glee Cast Version) – Glee Cast
  6. Vacation – The Go-Go’s
  7. Songs From Different Times – Jack Savoretti
  8. Ruby Blue – Roisin Murphy
  9. Pumpkin Soup – Kate Nash
  10. Clean Getaway – Maria Taylor

A lot of these songs were featured in Grey’s Anatomy.  I believe I’ve mentioned it before, that I find a lot of songs via TV shows.  With some of the songs from Grey’s Anatomy, the songs make a great impression on me because of their placement within the show.  “Clean Getaway” was one of those songs, though now I can’t remember the scene.  Many other songs are ones I just found myself liking for one reason or another.

How about that Grey’s Anatomy finale?  Pretty great, huh!  Can’t say anything more about it, other that you should watch it if you haven’t already.

And Lost, oh I could go on and on about it.  I really didn’t know what to think at first.  There really are so many questions unanswered, so at first I was disappointed in not having those questions answered.  But as I continued to ponder the ending, I realized the answers weren’t important.  It’s a beautiful idea that the connections this group of people shared and that they could be together, happy at the end were more important than knowing the answers.  So count me as one who loved the sad, but not depressing ending of Lost.  I think that answering any more questions, at least in the finale, would have taken away from the story of how these characters found each other in the end.

As for the unanswered questions, I suppose that is what fan fiction is for, right?

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