It's been awhile since I wanted to start this little series on fictional towns that I'd like to live in.
The first one was Bluebell, home of Dr. Hart of the show Hart of Dixie. You can read that here.
I recently read an article here. This article listed shows that one should watch once they've finished all the wonderful seasons of Gilmore Girls.
Interestingly enough the gazebo that I adored on GG is the same gazebo that I adore on Hart of Dixie! Do you think the gazebo has some sort of magic?
Maybe I long to live in a town with a town square, a cute coffee shop or town 'gathering' place, friendly neighbors with weird quirks, and a gazebo. Also, the festivals and harvests and corn mazes and crazy knitting fundraising. All of it sounds super rad to me.
And the Gilmore house. That porch! Wisteria could grown all over it. The eclectic design complete with monkey lamps and striped couches covered with the most perfect throws and squishy pillows.
I'm pretty sure Stars Hollow and the characters, who are full of character, are the stuff of dreams.
And let us not forget about Luke's Diner.
Oh the coffee I could drink!
Served by Luke. Wearing a flannel and backwards cap! Him, not me....although maybe me. The fashion of the nineties is making a comeback you know.
I'd buy antiques at Kim's Antiques, and I'd most definitely own the cutest little inn that ever did exist.
If you haven't watched every episode of Gilmore Girls yet, why could you possibly still be waiting? Netflix has them all! And Hulu!
It was quite possibly the greatest show ever written with the greatest setting of all time. The fall foliage alone is worth watching.
Plus wit, sarcasm, fast talking, and neurotic behavior fueled by copious amounts of caffeine. What's not to love?