marineg June 30, 2018 Share June 30, 2018 2 hours ago, tarotx said: In Hay Bale Maze, Rory and Logan were talking about her decision on rather or not she wanted to take the Providence job. He noticed Rory was doing a Pro-Con list and saw that she had question marks on his name. He told her not to worry about factoring him in for this decision. Basically that if she goes to Providence it would be up to him to factor her in. And Rory told Logan that in general, she would like to factor him in. Logan clearly took that to mean they were both on the same page. But Rory didn't understand what that all meant. Later Rory had the conversation with Paris in the episode 7.19 - It's Just Like Riding A Bike: Rory probably should have seen this coming. Not the marriage proposal but the San Fran part of it. Logan thought he and Rory were on the same page that they were going to factor each other in depending on who got the job first. Long distance wasn't an issue for her, they did it already although they had both hated it. They both found themselves Jealous at times. And that was when Logan could come back a lot. It would be different when he didn't have Huntzberger money to provide that ability. And this time there was no job forcing the Long distance. Rory didn't have a job or even prospects of a job. She just wasn't ready to limit her prospects for Logan. What Logan did wrong (way wrong) was the public proposal. It left Rory without time to think things out. Logan knew Rory needed Pro-con lists. he even mentions for her to do a pro-con list during the Bridesmaid debacle. I think it makes no sense that he would propose in public especially at a stuffy Emily/DAR-ish party. I agree with this. But I will say this about the proposal: as much as I hate the public proposal thing at an event where there are only a couple of Rory's real loved ones, I think Logan gave her as much time as Rory needed. Yes, he was "surprised" she didn't say yes right away, but he was okay with her thinking about it when she asked. Rory is the one who only took 12 hours to think about it. I'm sure he would have been fine waiting a bit longer. 2 Link to comment
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