Grey's Anatomy ilk yayınlandığı zamanlarda bir kere izleyip pek bir şey anlamamıştım zira kimin eli kimin cebinde kim kimi götürüyor, yahu burası hastane hop arkadaş aa bak ameliyat öncesi oynaş filan anlamamıştım, ne zamandan sonra dizi 2. sezona girerken tekrarları yayınlanmaya başladı başladık Elif'le izlemeye. Ekrana paralize olduk, arka arkaya çılgın gibi seyrettik. 2. sezon, 3, 4 derken 5 geldi onu da seyrettik. Gün geldi izzie'ye üzüldük gün geldi meredith'e küfür ettik. Şu son zamanlarda şunu anladım meredith aslında şahane bir karakter. Dark and twisty bir hanım kızımız meredith. Kimilerine göre pek hanım değil olsun ama ben seviyorum, kadın aşık bir kere naapsın ya, naapsın kardeşim. Neyse konuyu sapıtmayalım, dağıtmayalım. Bu dizinin sevdiğim taraflarından biri baş ve sondaki narrator kısımları, meredith'in monologları. Hemen aşağıda bu özlü sözlerden bir demet bulabilirsiniz. Shonda abla seni seviyorum demek istiyorum buradan, evlatlık al beni, nüfusuna geçir!
Buyrunuz Meredith kızımızdan inciler:
"Remember when you were a kid and your biggest worry was, like, if you'd get a bike for your birthday or if you'd get to eat cookies for breakfast. Being an adult? Totally overrated. I mean seriously, don't be fooled by all the hot shoes and the great sex and the no parents anywhere telling you what to do. Adulthood is responsibility. Responsibility, it really does suck. Really, really sucks. Adults have to be places and do things and earn a living and pay the rent. And if you're training to be a surgeon, holding a human heart in your hands, hello? Talk about responsibility. Kind of makes bikes and cookies look really, really good, doesn't it? The scariest part about responsibility? When you screw up and let it slip right through your fingers."
"Forty years ago, the Beatles asked the world a question. They wanted to know where all the lonely people came from. My theory is that a great many of the lonely people come from hospitals. More precisely, the surgical wing of hospitals. As surgeons, we ignore our own needs so we can meet our patients' needs. We ignore our friends and families so we can save other people's friends and families. Which means that, at the end of the day, all we really have is ourselves. And nothing in this world can make you feel more alone than that."
"Maybe we're not supposed to be happy. Maybe gratitude has nothing to do with joy. Maybe being grateful means recognizing what you have for what it is. Appreciating small victories. Admiring the struggle it takes simply to be human. Maybe we're thankful for the familiar things we know. And maybe we're thankful for the things we'll never know. At the end of the day, the fact that we have the courage to still be standing is reason enough to celebrate."
"At some point, you have to make a decision. Boundaries don't keep other people out, they fence you in. Life is messy, that's how we're made. So you can waste your life drawing lines or you can live your life crossing them. But there are some lines that are way too dangerous to cross. Here's what I know. If you're willing to throw caution to the wind and take a chance, the view from the other side... is spectacular."
"A wise man once said you can have anything in life if you will sacrifice everything else for it. What he meant is nothing comes without a price. So before you go into battle, you better decide how much you're willing to lose. Too often, going after what feels good means letting go of what you know is right, and letting someone in means abandoning the walls you've spent a lifetime building. Of course, the toughest sacrifices are the ones we don't see coming, when we don't have time to come up with a strategy to pick a side or to measure the potential loss. When that happens, when the battle chooses us and not the other way around, that's when the sacrifice can turn out to be more than we can bear."
"Communication. It's the first thing we really learn in life. The funny thing is, once we grow up, learn our words and really start talking, the harder it becomes to know what to say. Or how to ask for what we really need."