(Okay so this is completely random…I'm hoping it will turn into something…please tell me if you like it. Notice how I didn't say tell me if you don't like it)
This is in the second season, after the Bracebridge Dinner.
"Hey." She said walking into the diner and taking off her hat and scarf.
"Hey." Lorelai answered back.
"I would have been here earlier but Paris wanted me after school to have everything prepared for the first Franklin we'll put out after the break."
"That's okay; I have entertained myself by watching Patty flirt with Jess and debating the "Coffee Kills" subject with Luke."
"Well, I am glad to see you can have fun without me."
"Hey, how do you think you came into the planet?"
"Okay before I get sick I am going to stop this conversation and ask Luke for some coffee," Rory turned around on her stool and faced Luke, taking someone's order. "Hey Luke? Can I get some coffee?" she asked sweetly.
"Yeah, gimme a minute." He said walking away from that table. Rory was watching him, while turning back to the counter when she saw a glimpse of Jess sitting down with some girl at the corner table. The girl had dark brown hair, almost black, and pale skin. Her eyes were a very bright green, and she wore a low cut dark blue shirt and tight jeans, with black polish on her nails. Rory was over looking her outfit when she looked up to find the girl staring at her. Rory just smiled and turned around fast.
"See something interesting, bitch?" Laura said under her breath.
"Who?" Jess asked looking up.
"I don't know some stuck up rich private school girl at the counter." She said rolling her eyes. Jess turned around to the counter to see Rory sitting next to Lorelai in her Chilton uniform.
"She isn't rich." Jess said shortly.
"She sure looks like it. Some rich snob. Besides how would you know you've probably never talked to her. She doesn't look like she would associate with someone like you."
"Some one like me," Jess repeated.
"You know the guy at the bottom of the food chain, the kid who skips class to make out with his girlfriend behind the school."
"Listen. This has nothing to do with this stupid project so let's just get this over with and you won't have to look at her anymore."
"Sure just let me go get some more soda." She said standing up. Laura walked up to the counter, and stood right next to Rory's stool to ask Luke for some more soda.
"Hey." Laura said to Rory, when Luke grabbed her cup and walked away.
"Hi." Rory said smiling.
"Why were you staring at me?" She asked bluntly
"Oh, I was just looking around and I saw you with Jess and I just wondered who you were. I thought I recognized you."
"Well you probably don't. I only go to Stars Hollow High."
"Oh" Rory said
"I don't think that's why you were looking at me."
"Why else would I be looking at you?" Rory asked innocently.
"Maybe because I'm with Jess." Laura said, taking her cup from the counter and walking away.
Rory stared after her as she walked away. "Hey mom?"
"I think I am going to go home and study."
"Okay. I'm gonna go check on Sookie, she was having trouble making some of the stuff she wanted to and she was upset earlier."
"Alright." Rory kissed her mom on her cheek and picked up her book bag, just carrying her scarf and hat. She paused at the door and looked over to Laura and Jess's table. Laura looked up, smirked and stuck two fingers in the air to wave. Rory looked around at the rest of the diner and then walked out.
Rory was sitting at the kitchen table studying for her English test tomorrow, when the phone rang. She stood up and answered it,
"Hey." Dean said.
"What are you doing?"
"Just studying for my test."
"Oh that's cool. Guess what I am doing?"
"What?" she asked.
"I am coming over."
"Yes, I have something to tell you."
"Can't you just say it over the phone? I'm studying right now."
"I guess I could." Dean said, sounding disappointed.
"No never mind, I am just being silly. I am already prepared for the test anyway. Come on over and tell me the news." Rory said sensing his change.
"Are you sure?" Dean asked getting happy again.
"Yeah. How soon will you be here?"
"In about five minutes."
"I love you."
"Love you too." Rory said, looking down.
Rory stayed silent until she heard him hang up. She sighed and hung the phone back, up and then headed back to the kitchen. She grabbed her books and piled them neatly then went into her room. She fixed the blankets on her bed, and then walked out shutting the door behind her. She then went out into the living room and waited. Exactly as promised, five minutes later, Dean rang the door bell. Rory put a smile on her face then opened the door.
"Hey." Dean said, leaning down to kiss her.
"Hey." Rory said pecking him back. "Well, what's so important?"
"Well you remember my grandma in Chicago?"
"Yes." Rory said nodding, leading Dean into the living room.
"Well she invited me and my family to Chicago for Christmas."
"Oh? That's nice."
"You aren't sad?"
"What?" Rory asked sitting down on the couch.
"I won't be here for Christmas. We are leaving on Wednesday we won't be back until after new years."
"Oh? That's all you have to say?"
"Well what do you want me to say?" Rory asked nicely.
"I don't know Rory. Maybe I'll miss you or something?" Dean said, his voice getting higher.
"You know I'll miss you." Rory said.
"Well would it hurt to tell me that?"
"Well I figured you knew."
"Whatever. I don't want to fight. I'm leaving in two days."
"Then let's not fight." Rory said a little irritated.
Dean sighed, "Listen I'll talk t o you later. I'm going to go talk to my basketball coach."
"Okay." Rory said then sighed. Dean leaned down and kissed her on the cheek then walked out the door.
She grabbed the book on her dresser, and took it into the living room and set it down on the table as she put on her jacket, gloves, hat, and scarf.
"Mom! I'll be back a little later!" She yelled up the steps.
"Where are you headed?" Lorelai yelled from her room.
"Just gonna go for a walk."
"Okay. Have fun."
Rory picked her book back up and put it in her coat pocket, heading out the door. The wind was making it significantly colder than it had been earlier. She started walked down to the bridge, her eyes watering from the cold. She wiped the tears from her face and kept walking. She took out her book a moment later, beginning to read when snow started to fall on her pages. She looked up at the sky, cursing the weather god for her bad timing.
She and Lorelai had decided a few years back that sexism was out of control when watching an episode of Donna Reed, so they made the weather god a woman. Rory smiled at the thought and was starting to think about the conversation, when a big gust of wind came and blew off her hat. Rory turned around and chased her hat for a few feet. After deciding that things would probably get worse before they got better, she headed to Luke's.
She opened the door, letting some of the cool air in while people glanced up at the sound of the bell. She smiled politely and walked to the counter. She pulled off her gloves, and took off her hat, setting them on the stool beside her. She ran a hand through her hair, knowing it was tangled.
"Hey Rory." Luke said.
"Luke." She said smiling.
"Where's your mom?"
"Oh, she's at home. I wasn't planning on coming here, but my attempt to go to the bridge and read didn't work out so well considering the weather."
"Oh, well you want some coffee?"
"Yes, please." Luke went and grabbed a mug from the other end of the counter, then came back and filled it almost to the top.
"Do you want anything to eat?"
"Umm I will take a plate of cheese chili fries and a burger please."
"Coming right up." Luke said, scribbling it down on the order pad. He slowly walked away while finishing writing. Rory took a sip of her coffee, then grabbed her book from her coat pocket. She set it on the counter, and unzipped her jacket, setting it with her hat and gloves. She pulled her scarf off of her neck and set it on top of her coat. It looked like it was about to fall when Rory set her scarf down, so she let her hand hover over her belongings for a minute, before turning around. Just as she did so, all of them fell to the floor.
"Damnit." She cursed under her breath. She leaned down from her stool and picked them up, one by one.
"A lady shouldn't use such foul language." She heard a voice say. She sat back up and found Jess standing in front of her. "Sense and Sensibility, by Jane Austen." Jess read aloud, picking her book up from the counter.
"Again." She said smiling.
"Good book. I've read it a couple times myself."
"I didn't think you were a huge fan of hers."
"Then why read this book?" she asked.
"Just because she isn't my favorite doesn't mean that I won't read some of her books."
Rory just nodded.
"Sooooo," Jess said, trying to muster up something to say. "What did you do today?" He asked awkwardly. Rory smiled and breathed out a small laugh at his attempt for small talk.
"Nothing much. School was school. And Paris was Paris. I came home, had some coffee here went home and studied and attempted to take a walk and that landed me back here."
"Explain school, explain Paris."
"I guarantee you Mr. Mariano; you do not want to hear about school or Paris."
"What if I do?" Jess asked smirking, leaning onto his arms placed on the counter in front of him.
As Rory ate her food, Jess waited on a few people, but spent a lot of the time discussing Paris and how she relates to Hitler. After she finished, Jess walked up to her again.
"You done?" he asked
"Yeah," Rory said pulling some money out of her pocket.
"Here, I'll take it over." Jess said holding his hand out for the check and her money.
"Thanks." Rory said, placing it in his hand. Jess walked down to the register, as Rory started putting her gloves and coat back on. She was contemplating ways to bid him a good bye, when she glanced up and saw Laura standing across the counter talking to him. She saw Jess smirk and let out a little laugh and Laura look down to her shoes smiling. Rory pulled on her hat and walked out the door.
(Okay so, tell me what you think. I don't think it came out so horrible. It was long but I guess you guys can cope. PLEASE LEAVE SOME REVIEWS!)