“The only thing I can say about Cory is he would have noticed you. There’s not an autograph he didn’t sign and there’s not a face that he didn’t look at and there’s nobody that didn’t get a smile, and that was really important to him. He lived in gratitude.”—Andrew McIlroy (via althemius)
Am I? Does a fighter break? I tried to be a fighter. I tried to do so many things and be there but I failed soo massive because life gets in the way. Thank you for your support. Words can’t express how much it means to me.
Life broke me in a way I never saw coming. It was quick and hard, I’m happy to say, I faced it, rebuilt and I’m moving on. I hope those of you that came to know me through my blog will forgive my absence and we also move forward.
I’ll say this….I don’t care where in the world Bonnie Dune plays their first show without Cory, I’ll be there. I love Bonnie Dune. I love their music and songs and it was never just about Cory for me. Since I was a fan of his first, he was the sweet spot on top of the cake. I’ll be at the next BD show to show that Bonnie Dune isn’t a fleeting band riding on the coat tails of Cory’s success. I’ll be there because I love the music. In that way I’ll be there for Cory too.
As often as I sit here and post or reblog, I’m still getting these moments where I’m in complete disbelief that Cory is dead. As we all move on and soldier through our lives, I don’t think I’ll ever shake the feeling of disbelief
WENN Cory Monteith’s bandmates are preparing to release the music they recorded with the ‘Glee’ star before his death last summer. The actor was working on an album with his group Bonnie Dune and planning …