Normally, an afternoon with the kitties and two episodes of Gilmore Girls would put me in the best mood on the planet.
Today, however, it's done the opposite. Well, I guess I'm not in the worst mood on the planet, but instead of the usual GG joy that fills my heart at the end of an episode, this last show left me feeling down and crummy.
It was the last episode of Season 6. I'm finally caught up to the current season, which is good, because my TiVo was about to go postal on me for junking up my "recorded" folder. But being the last episode, it was duly sad, and with Luke and Lorelai split up and Logan and Rory separated for a year, I know I had a sad look on my face when the credits started rolling.
I sat here for a little bit, curled up in my chair with a pout. I looked around. What should I do now? I don't feel like doing anything. I just wanted to sit and mope. If you know me well, you know a simple mope session can turn into a mope WEEK. So, no, I decided. I'm not going to sit here and mope. I didn't feel like doing any work, so I went to the grocery store. There, every song on the Muzak playlist made me more depressed than the one before it.
I think, just maybe, THIS is the reason I usually avoid getting hooked on TV shows. I get sucked in and it just feels too real. And I don't need pseudo-drama in my life. I have enough real drama to last me forever.
But... don't worry, Lorelai. I'll be coming back for more.
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