I had once thought that I would rule the world – spend time working for the Times before settling down with my own family, Star’s Hollow of course being my chosen place of residence. Sometimes life works out how we want it to, others times – well, it does not.
Apparently I have a great brain. I am never quite sure really. I love to read, that ultimately is true; anything from Crime and Punishment, to a newly released piece of teenage fiction.
What I ask though, is why; if I have such an amazing brain do I know nothing of love?
Not that I have ever been particularly interested in having a boyfriend, yet I have still not seen a relationship fully fledge and grow out, it seems that for a Gilmore, love is just a word, like Pizza, that is truly and irrelevantly means nothing.
My mother – the affable Lorelai Gilmore for whom I was named, has never had much luck in the love department, though her constant remarks about Luke, have me wondering. She therefore is not the best person to ask on the whole – who should I marry subject. She, like me, is like a Fish out of water when it comes to love.
Oh well, for now – I will content myself, with the richly captivating love life, of the young and highly strung Elizabeth Bennett.
Being 20 people would often presume that I have been in love – though I would have to disagree, I have had two serious boyfriends – though they were both lovely – they were nothing than, well, lovely. They were interested in the same things as me, but that was it – one would not settle, the other was too settled.
Though – blue eyes, blonde hair and a rather annoying way of almost killing himself is getting closer to the mark.
He’s back - - - -