I want them back

I don’t know what it is with Crime Scene themed shows, but I just love to watch them. I guess its just that evidence gathering, truth-seeking then stitching them all together to solve a crime really interests me. And because in watching Crime Scene television series, the power of forensic science and law enforcement always prevail in the end unlike in reality.

But among the three CSI series franchise, my personal favorite is CSI: Miami. I just love how Lieutenant Horatio Caine delivers his one-liners in a very intimidating way while of course doing the very famous ‘putting-on-his-sunglasses move’. That never fails! Haha!


Horatio is the very compassionate Lieutenant and head of the Miami-Dade crime lab. Their whole team including Calleigh Duquesne the ballistics specialistsRyan Wolfe the OCD detectiveEric Delko the very attractive Latin-American fingerprint and drug expert, Natalia Boa Vista the sexy DNA analystWalter Simmons the comedic art theft specialist and all the other cast who were part of the current and early seasons of CSI: Miami were all very interesting.

The twists and turns of the crime stories plus the involvement of their personal lives gives depth to this hit CBS series. Every episode gives you something to look forward to the next. Thus attracting millions of viewers around the globe and stayed on top all throughout its ten outstanding seasons. That’s why it is saddening to know that this show will never have a continuation anymore due to its cancellation for no apparent reason. But despite that, I am still hoping that CBS will put this show back on air because I definitely miss Horatio and his team.





While watching episode 13 of Grey’s Anatomy’s season 8, titled IF/THEN, a quote from Meredith Grey struck me.

“Your LIFE is a gift. Accept it. No matter how screwed up or painful it seems to be. Some things are going to work out as if they were destined to happen. As if they were just meant to be.”

And I was like “Was Meredith talking to me?”

I was feeling a little depressed earlier today because for three weeks of searching and applying, I haven’t found a job for me yet and not being busy just makes me sad.

I am the kind of person who likes to help other people may it be for their work or anything else. I enjoy doing things knowing that I am accomplishing something. It makes me feel alive and worthy.

So being home alone and not having to do anything at all only makes me over analyze and over think of my life and my future.

You may think that I sound so depressing. But don’t get me wrong, I am a person who always look at the brighter side of everything it’s just that when I woke up today, I suddenly felt low.

But after watching the episode, Meredith’s statement made me realize something.

Life is just happening the way it should be. Even if I do not know all the reasons behind every single thing that happens. I just need to believe.