For those of you new to the scene let’s get a few things straight. Lorelai Gilmore is a goddess above all goddesses. Rory Gilmore runs a very close second. And lastly, all important life lessons can be gleaned from the Gilmore Girls.
This is not up for discussion, debate or negotiation. This just is… at least in our world.
As my friend stated on Facebook yesterday, Lorelai Gilmore is her spirit animal. While that sums it all up, I am going to continue to wax on about an important new development, particularly in the realm of Stars Hollow, Netflix, and the resurrection, temporarily, of the Gilmore Girls.
Roughly a year ago, word got out that the queen of all TV writing Amy Sherman-Palladino was getting the band back together so Gilmore Girls could get the ending that it so richly deserved. (For the record, Aaron Sorkin is the king of TV writing)
Yesterday, it was announced that on November 25, 2016 all my Gilmore Girls dreams will come true!
Two things occurred to me:
1. I am not ashamed, although I should be, to admit that watching the newly released trailer almost made me cry from excitement and nostalgia.
2. My personal line between reality and the Gilmores is quite fuzzy. And that isn’t problematic to me either, although it should be.
I don’t think it’s an accident that this little caffeinated delight will drop in November, the month of gratitude and thanksgiving. It’s a gift from 2016, which frankly has been lackluster thus far. I feel like the Universe is wanting to make it up to me and I am willing to kiss and make-up based on this offering.
If you haven’t stumbled upon this Gilmore Girls trailer of joy, this is for you!
I am thankful and I almost guarantee that after watching the little teaser you will be, too.
Sunshine & Sarcasm,
Lowi & G