I still can’t believe that One Tree Hill is over. A decade span, 9 seasons, 187 episodes – is it really over?l
April 4, 2012 – 8PM – Thursday – US Time (April 5, 8 AM, Manila time) marked the series finale of “the little show that could”.
I don’t want this day to happen. I’m not yet ready to lose a best friend. But then again, we should accept the fact that some good things has to end and we have to move on with our lives.
I want to write something but I don’t know how to put it into words. I’m really having a hard time, mental blocked that is.
But you know, One Tree Hill, You taught me how to be strong, to know when to hold on or to let go, to not to have fear, to be the best friend, to be the best lover, to be courageous, to hope, to dream, to live my dreams, to stand up for what is right, to be loyal, to be a friend, to believe in yourself, to be the best version of yourself, to believe in love, to have faith – in yourself, in love, how important family is, that there will always be redemption, learning from mistakes, to be an inspiration, there’s more and more to say but the list goes on and on and on.
It has come to full circle. From 17 year old juniors to young adults who now has children on their own. The series ended with the adults cheering on Jamie, for he is now a Raven. When earlier in the episode, Nathan told Jamie to live the life however he wants it to be. And that’s what he wants to be, like his dad.
We all know that Nathan and Haley will always have their always & forever ending. While in the past, we think about Brooke. But in the last few seasons, we found her Julian, and in the end, we see now see her happily ever after, not only with Julian & her twins, but with her parents back to her old house as “the girl behind the red door”. This is all that matters.
Everyone I think got their happy endings as well, especially after every kidnapping, car accidents, psycho stalkers, murders that happened in the past. It just shows and proves that no matter what bumps they meet on the road, they will always overcome.
“In your life, you’re going to go to some great places and you’re going to do some wonderful things. But no matter where you go or who you become, this place will always be with you. There is only ONE TREE HILL and it’s your HOME.”
Good Night, Tree Hill!