Songs that Describe My Life – (Please Go Into my Blog to See Music Videos) 

1. Early Childhood – Baby Beluga

2. Later Childhood –  I Just Can’t Wait to Be King- Lion King

3. junior High – Killing Me Softly – The Fugees

4. High School – How You Remind Me – Nickelback

5. University – Fighter – Christina Anguilara

Rihanna – Umbrella 

Crazy in Love – Beyoncé

6. Working and Getting Sick, and Afterwards – The Rest of Life – 

Just a Dream – Carrie Underwood

Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol

How to Save A Life – the Fray

Where Does the Good Go? – Tegan and Sara

Fix You Up – Tegan and Sara

Be Still – The Fray

Sia – Titanium

There are so many more that represent me but I can’t fit them all! 


Where Does The Good Go

” Where do you go with your broken heart in tow/ What do you do with the left over you/ How do you know when to let go/ where does the good go? Where does the good go?” Thus begins one of my favourite songs popularized by Grey’s Anatomy back in the day Where Does the Good Go?

I always think of this song when my life is about to change. When things have been particularly bad and are about to blossom. Not only is it the song Meredith and Christina dance to on Christina’s last episode of Grey’s it is a song of questioning and hope. Tegan and Sarah wrote the song on one of my favourite albums popularized by Grey’s but I often find myself asking ” Where does the good go?” It seems sometimes that the bad just hits you out of nowhere. You weren’t expecting it, but you didn’t have a choice. The good is gone and now you are alone with the worst of the worst.

It is a song that also speaks about relationships. When is the right time to give up? When is the right time to stick it out? Where did the good in your relationship go? And like Christina and Meredith I’d say dance it out! Some decisions are not logical they are emotional and highly volatile if handled incorrectly. So dance it out. Take the ” left over you” and move on. Take whatever you thought would be and just dance. Finding ways to deal with pain are important. It’s vital in life. So don’t let go, take the left over you and relax. Don’t expect to know where all the good things in life went. They will return in due time. You will build yourself stronger and better and you will build a you you can be proud of as time goes on. Dance the pain away and the brokenness and the part of you that just needs to heal. The good is still here, you just couldn’t see it behind the pain for a moment. Life always gets better. Where God closes a door, he opens a window. The good gets us through the pain, the rage, all that we must embrace. The good carries on despite the bad. The good makes us strong for when we are week. It never goes away.

So Tegan and Sarah fans and early Grey’s fans remember you are stronger then the bad. You are the good in the world. There is no left over you but a complete you ready to face the world and grow.