September 30, 2009

Missing The Gilmores

As it's that fall time of year, I have been watching seasons of Gilmore Girls on DVD. The show connotes images of fall, coziness, intelligent women, cute clothes, and general sense of simpler time. I started watching the show during my junior year in high school, and being the the same age as Rory, I resonated with much of her experiences on the show as we grew up "together." Additionally, I loved watching this show with my mom as we are as much best friends as we are mother and daughter. It was something that both of us could experience and love together! I miss our Tuesday night conversations at 9 o'clock to discuss the happenings of the latest Gilmore Girls episode. For all the negative aspects of television, there are some bright spots like Gilmore Girls that enrich our lives and bring us closer together. Tonight, I am wishing this show was still on and also, that Luke and Lorelai had gotten together much sooner in the show and and that their time apart in season seven had never happened (a bit of a spoiler for those who haven't seen the show -- sorry!).

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  1. I feel the same way about Felicity. Still mourning it!

  2. Confession: I've never watched Gilmore Girls!. I too loved Felicity! I have fond memories of watching it with my roommates in the dorm room. Sniff, college.


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