I still think about the things you’ve said sometimes. They still inspire me to try and be better than I am. Your laugh still makes me smile, and sometimes your smile makes me cry. It doesn’t matter that I’ve never met you, or that I didn’t know everything about you. The story I did know still moved me all the same.
It’s been a year now, but still, thank you. <3
@dotmariejones AWW TODAY IS A TOUGH DAY! BUT I HOLD IN MY HEART SO MANY BEAUTIFUL & FUN MEMORIES! MISS & LOVE THIS MAN/BOY!🏈😘LOVE U. A YEAR..I WILL ALWAYS HOLD DEAR THE AMAZING TIME I HAD WITH CORY! AS WE MOVE ON IN LIFE I KNOW HE IS MOVING ON IN A BEAUTIFUL PLACE!😊😘
"It’s kind of like, ‘To a dusty shelf, we aspire’, y’know? And this is a pretty cool way to be remembered."
Cory Allan Michael Monteith, May 11,1982-July 13, 2013
“And he was just always open and nice and just..just such a kind-hearted person. You know when you meet someone that’s just so nice and lovable that you’re just like I—you just want to be around them; you just need to be around them. And he was one of those people.” Alex Newell
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I have to go with Cory.
We’re both tall. We’re both kind of awkwardly tall. You don’t want to see either of us dance; it’s not good.
And I like to think that I’m like him in the sense that I care about what other people think. I care about other people, hopefully more than I care about myself. Or I strive to do that, and he really did that. He really cared about other people, and he was the first to reach out and to put his arm around people. I think we both have pretty soft hearts.
That’s something I can strive to be anyway, every day, is to be like Cory.”
My fondest memory of Cory was my very first thing that I ever filmed with Cory Monteith. Um, we were in the library, and I was crying because my parents — no! I was scared of auditioning and not getting the part that I wanted in the school musical, which was Grease. And I was having the hardest time getting into a character, ‘cause it was my very first, like, you have to have tears and tears have to come out of your eyes scene, and I was just like ‘Oh my goodness, I’m gonna mess this up.’ And he said, ‘It’ll be fine. Just take your time, and if it comes, it comes, and if it doesn’t come, that’s fine; we have things that make that happen.’ And he was just so welcoming and warm and nice that I was just so happy to be a part of it, and I couldn’t have asked for any other scene partner other than him.
And he was just always open and nice and just, just such a kind-hearted person. You know when you meet someone that’s just so nice and lovable that you’re just—you just want to be around them; you just need to be around them. And he was one of those people. And that was, like, my indication that he would be one of those people.”