Monday, April 20, 2015

Depths of Despair

Hello Lovelies,

My heart is in the depths of despair, truly broken.

Jonathan Crombie passed away four days ago on April 15 and my heart has broken.

     For anyone who's followed my blog for a long time knows that I love Anne of Green Gables, the book and the movie. Despite my mother's vehement protests, it is my belief that Jonathan Crombie was the best Gilbert Blythe ever.

     I fell in love with him in the books and then again in the movies. The boyish grin. The kind sensitivity. The playful teasing. The curly hair. As melancholic as it sounds, a piece of my heart will always lie with the boy with the "curly brown hair, roguish hazel eyes, and a mouth twisted into a teasing smile".

     "A world without any Gilbert in it! Anne repeated the words drearily. Would it not be a very lonely, forlorn place?"

     Yes Anne, I'm afraid it will be. But he will forever live on in our hearts, in our books and on our screens as we watch you both fall in love time and time again.

     Rest in peace Jonathan Crombie. You were amazing.


  1. What? WHAT WHAT WHAT NO. He can't be dead, he can't! I was watching some Anne and Gilbert fanmade videos on YouTube (especially when I'm down; I always squeal when I watch the two together) but no no no I can't except that he's dead. :'(

    xoxo Morning

    1. I KNOW!! It's horrible!! :'(
      I watch them too! And I've loved Anne and Gil since the dawn of time and he made the best Gilbert. I don't want him to be dead. :(

  2. Love your blog just found it. you have inspired me