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Take A Bow

This March 22nd marks the third year of My Chemical Romance's disband. Gerard, Mikey, Frank, Ray, Bob, Matt, and even James, who only stayed in three years, we thank you ALL for the lives you have created for us, the independence you set forth in our hearts, and the willingness to be ourselves, because no one can take "the light behind your eyes". We also thank you for the YEARS of entertainment you provided for us, and the new friends we met FOR being ourselves and not settling for less.

Your Memory Will Carry On

We all know what today is. And we're crying about it, all sobbing to the lyrics they once sang, thinking about the times they once had fun experiencing, knowing that the shows they used to love performing are over now. And it's okay. We can cry. (If anyone else says different, don't listen to them. They don't have the right to comment about this.) I know, I only started REALLY listening and enjoying My Chem's music for ten months, but I know how you feel.

Your Memory Will Carry On

We all know what today is. And we're crying about it, all sobbing to the lyrics they once sang, thinking about the times they once had fun experiencing, knowing that the shows they used to love performing are over now. And it's okay. We can cry. (If anyone else says different, don't listen to them. They don't have the right to comment about this.) I know, I only started REALLY listening and enjoying My Chem's music for ten months, but I know how you feel.

3/22 My Turn

There have been a whole lot of blogs about the break-up today...so mine will probably slip under the radar for a lot of people. I'm currently listening to Bullets on vinyl, I'm going to work my way through all of the songs on every album. I'm currently on Cubicles.

"I know you don't work here anymore." Hah I guess that kinda works for today's anniversary.

This is the first time I've hit this anniversary since I discovered MCR. I don't really know what I expected, but I did notice that a lot of new/returning people have come and shared their remarks. In case I don't get to see you all, hello!

Three Years Later

Today is three years since MCR broke up, and three years since some of my darkest times. I just read over all that I had posted and life is still hard, but I overcame my depression.
Yes, there are still bad days, but the good day so far outweigh them.

I have been painting and drawing and doing photography and enjoying it, creating things, I can't believe I had stopped.
Art has become such a part of my life again and I am glad to call myself an artist.

I have a better relationship with my mother, and have gotten out of a bunch of relationships that have been terrible for me.

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