erica miranda

After watching Grey's Anatomy
  • me: *has a headache* I definitely have a brain tumor
  • me: *walks into a table with my hip* Oh no, internal bleeding I need to be admitted immediately
  • me: *gets a paper cut* It's gonna get infected and they're gonna have to cut my arm off
  • me: *falls* My back is broken and I'm alone this is not how I wanna die

if this doesn’t make you sad then idk what will


Grey’s Anatomy: Dream A Little Dream of Me (Part I)
We all remember the bed time stories of our childhoods. The shoe fits Cinderella, the frog turns into a prince, sleeping beauty is awakened with a kiss. Once upon a time and then they lived happily ever after. Fairy tales, the stuff of dreams. The problem is, fairy tales don’t come true. It’s the other stories, the ones that begin with dark and stormy nights and end in the unspeakable. It’s the nightmares that always seem to become reality. The person that invented the phrase “Happily ever after” should have his ass kicked, so hard.


“I had this memory game when I was a kid. A bunch of cards face down, in rows. Each card has a picture. You turn one over, look at it, then you turn it back over. Then you have to try and remember where its matching card was. Sometimes, you have no idea, and other times it shows us exactly what we need to see. The cards seem completely out of order and random but you keep turning them over and the more cards you see, you get a sense of how everything fits together.”


Doctors of Seattle Grace Mercy West Grey Sloan Memorial + specialities


Grey’s Anatomy: Forever Young
There comes a point in your life when you’re officially an adult. Suddenly, you’re old enough to vote, drink, and engage in other adult activities. Suddenly, people expect you to be responsible, serious… a grown up. We get taller, we get older. But do we ever really grow up?