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Gilmore Girls

This past week was pretty bad. School was rough, life was rough. It was just one of those weeks. Something was announced this week, though, that made everything feel better. ​

Netflix is officially reviving Gilmore Girls!

The lovely blue-eyed Gilmore girls
I know that there were rumors of this back in October, but it was not officially confirmed until late this past week. I had refused to get my hopes up because Gilmore Girls is one of my favorite shows. I would have been so bummed if the rumors had proven false! I am convinced that the reason I talk so fast is because Lorelai and Rory also talk fast - Gilmore Girls is one of the quickest, wittiest, fast-paced shows out there. Oy with the poodles already, am I right? 

I grew up watching Gilmore Girls. I grew up in Stars Hollow, following Rory through her Dean vs. Jess vs. Logan stages, figuring out if Lorelai will get together with Luke, watching Emily cycle through her many maids, witnessing the burning of the Independence Inn and the opening of the Dragonfly Inn, and experiencing so many moments and memories with the citizens of Stars Hollow. It is a show that is near and dear to my heart, one that I hope my children will watch one day, and one that I will love forever. 

The release date and length of the revival of Gilmore Girls has not yet been announced, but I sincerely hope the mother/daughter duo from Stars Hollow will grace our presence again in the near future.