Watching the first episode, I have to be honest, it was a bit boring at first. There was a lot of what seemed like dead air, at times. Once you got into it, though, the story was really great. It’s nice to see all types of families represented. There were different parts of the story, that really made you think. Great actors, and a good story for anyone to watch. I’ve been blessed to be asked to review the sixth episode, which was one that tugs at your heart and makes you think about what is most important in your life.
There are some times in our life, that we have to make a decision to change. Sometimes it’s not easy, but we have to think about what is most important in our life, and how certain decisions will affect us, and those around us. This episode was a tear-jerker, but really made you think. Hold tight to things around you that you love, and cherish. Know that sometimes, you have to take that jump into the deep end of the pool, and have no fear. Other times, you need to have someone hold your hand. Both of those have no wrong things about them. It’s just how you decide to live, and who you have around you to help.
“Ali, you’re my reason to breathe. Let me be yours.” -Cody
Cody Gunner has no use for real love. Abandoned as a child by the person he needed the most, he swears he will never allow himself to love again. Ali Daniels denies love as well. Carrying a terrible secret, she lives life to the fullest, taking risks and refusing relationships. When Cody and Ali meet, their first instincts are to hide behind their emotional walls, seemingly doomed to repeat the patterns they have established for most of their lives. But their attraction is too strong, and soon they’re doomed in another way, for neither can avoid falling in love, regardless of the consequences. Only after three years–a thousand tomorrows later–do they realize at what cost their relationship comes. In the end, they must decide if love is worth the ultimate price.
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