“we met right here. i took this man’s hand and we ran down that hallway. and those of you that know me know i’m not in the habit of taking people’s hands that i’ve never met before but i think my soul knew something that my body and my mind didn’t know yet. it knew that our hands were meant to hold each other. fearlessly and forever. which is why its never really felt like i’ve been getting to know you, its always felt like i’m remembering you from somewhere. as if in every lifetime you and i have ever lived we’ve chosen to come back and find each other and fall in love, over and over, for all eternity. and i just feel so lucky that i found you so soon in this lifetime because all i want to do, all i’ve ever wanted to do, is spend my life loving you. so kurt hummel My amazing friend, my one true love, will you marry me….”
Cory’s death is today. His anniversary. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT, go on any of the Glee cast’s social media and speak of him. DO NOT tag them in memory posts. DO NOT spam Lea saying she’s in your prayers. Let them remember him in peace. DO NOT make the day sadder than it has to be.
To say that Glee means a lot to me is an understatement, and there are a lot of people who worked on that show who I love dearly. Chris Colfer is one of them. He’s not only a talented performer, but he’s also a bestselling author and just a generally amazing human being. When we were on set, he’d be off in a corner, writing novels in longhand in a notebook. I don’t know how he did it, but it’s incredibly inspiring.
All of the lifelong friendships I made: Heather [Morris], Chris [Colfer], Amber [Riley], Dianna [Agron], Kevin [McHale], Jenna [Ushkowitz], Harry [Shum Jr.], Telly [Kousakis], and too many more to name all of them here.
Naya Rivera on one of the things she’s not sorry for in Sorry Not Sorry