Farewell LOST

Oh LOST, it makes me sad to write about you in past tense. My little LOST group and I went out with a bang. We celebrated in style, watching our fave show on the Big Screen at Central Cinemas in Seattle. The theater was rented out specifically for LOST, so we enjoyed snacks and Dharma wine during the recap, and pizza, popcorn, and treats during the 2-1/2 hour series finale.

Here's our group photo at the Finale, like our t-shirts?
It was a such a great time! I even partook in the LOST trivia competition which got a 10-second segment on the Komo 4 local news - who knew my 10-seconds of fame would be while wearing a LOST inspired t-shirt naming Dharma stations...

I'm sad to realize this is the end, especially since watching this series has been a constant, an anchor in our ever-increasingly busy lives. I'm so glad we got to come together one last time to reminisce and bid farewell to a beloved tradition and show that always inspires curiousity and wonder.

I won't say I'm left without questions, because I do have many. Jacob's brother? Charles Widmore? Dharma Initiative? The sunk island? Are they really all dead? But the connecting stories did bring an element of peace and finality to many character's stories that was comforting.

Your thoughts?

7 comments

Marcie said...

I am so sad it is over. What an amazing show!

Marcie

Carol {Everyday Delights} said...

Thats aweomse you were on KOMO showing off your LOST skills!

Diana Mieczan said...

That photo is so great and I am sad its all over! I will miss it a lot!
I was crying like a baby:)

Christy said...

So fun! Man, I was having a welcome party for my husband on that night and wasn't able to join my friends at their Lost party. Total bummer! Out of all the parties to miss...

I haven't watched the finale yet, hope to catch it on the net this week when I have a free moment. I can't wait!

Linda said...

I agree. I still have questions!

owl and peacock : melina said...

I'm so thrilled with the ending. In know lots of people hate it because it didn't answer lots of things, but I think it's better this way. It makes it an everlasting question, therefore making it last that much longer after it actually ends. Brilliant.

Erin said...

The greatest show ever made, and a really fantastic, emotional ending. I like that there are some questions left unanswered... We can go on debating and theorizing for years to come! (and that way we don't actually have to say good-bye)

Wish I could have seen it on the big screen. That would have been amazing! Did have Dharma snacks and such though... (just working on my post about it now)

I'm sad. It's Tuesday night, and LOST isn't on. Might have to get out my season 1 dvds!