Sir Guy–sexy, sweet, sublime

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Guyday Friday is drawing to a close. I hung out tonight with my own TDHBEW. He brought home not only supper but presented me with the niftiest optical mouse for my laptop–so colorful (designed by an artist whose name escapes me) and it fits my hand perfectly. And it works on virtually any surface! Now, if I can only remember to turn the thing off (and not misplace it . . .)

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I'm an LA native--Lower Alabama, that is. My husband of more than 30 years and I live here on a portion of my family's former farm with two gorgeous calicos and a handsome GSD mix. My background is art education, and over the years I've been a teacher, department store photographer, sales associate and a journalist. My husband, his business partner and I have Pecan Ridge Productions, a video production company, for which I shoot & edit video and stills and manage marketing. I also still write part-time for the local paper. I love movies, music, art, photography and books, and my tastes in all of them are eclectic.

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  1. Aww, congrats on the new mouse! All of these images are a treat, but image #2…the most coherent thought I can muster (not saying much) is “Bring it on!” hah!

  2. I see lots of things that I like!!!! Thank you for ending Guyday with a bang!! 🙂 You certainly have one sweet guy of your own there Angie. Just be careful that none of the guy’s that hang around your den take a fancy to that mouse!! Of course MOST of the chaRActers are trustworthy I think but you may have to keep an eye on John Mulligan! He has done time after all!!! 😀

      • **Giggles**!!! You are quite right, Kathryn – WHO hang around!! 🙂 I see I’ll have to mind my P’s and Q’s when you are around! Lol!! If my husband had been alive I would have been hauled over the coals for such a shocking error! 😀 He was such a stickler for good grammar!! Actually, it was getting very late and my brain was rather preoccupied after watching the gorgeous John Porter on my new DVD’s that I’d got from the UK so maybe you will forgive me this time? 🙂 Ssshhh!! Don’t tell anyone, but I discovered how to change the codes on my Region 1 DVD player so it is now region free!!! Yipee!! Now I can order ALL the DVD’s with Richard in them that we can’t get in North America!

        • Teuchter can you share how you made your DVD player region free? I have been trying to figure that out but my talents only lay in interior decorating. 🙂

        • I had no idea you didn’t know how to adapt your DVD player, otherwise I would have directed you to a couple of websites which tell you how 🙂

          Most of the DVD players sold here are already multi-regional, even the $40 ones.

          It’s definitely a plus to be able to buy DVDs from any country! 🙂

          • Maybe I should just get a multi-region DVD. Are the instructions easy to adapt one that you already have? I watch DVD’s on my laptop and I sure wish I could adapt it there. I watched Sparkhouse on my laptop, but it only allows you to change the region 5 times for the whole lifetime of your laptop.

            • That was what I had been doing Xenia, but after ordering several DVD’s from the UK – naturally with Mr Armitage in the cast – I had decided to look into buying a multi-regional player. When I was checking them out on the Internet I came across all these websites describing how to change a player from region 1 to multi-region and on impulse thought I’d give it a go!! I was SO amazed a) that I could do it, b) that I had the nerve to try and c) that it actually WORKED!!! It was almost laughably simple, even for someone like me who has always been too timid to attempt anything like this before! It also saved me money as I didn’t have to go to the expense of buying another one! Since then I have been enjoying various series that I had only seen on Youtube – a real Richardfest!

              BTW – I hope someone has already let you know which website to look up!

  3. Oooh, wonderful images, kathryn is just going to have to share!!!! 😉
    In the second one it feels like he’s looking right into my eyes, the sexy devil, and as for the last one…need you ask?!!! You are one mouth-wateringly gorgeous knight, dearest Sir Guy!

    • Mezz…can you remember that old movie “Prince Valiant” with Robert Taylor (I think)? He had a shoulder-length hairdo which was sleeker than Guy’s but I always think of that movie every time I view Guy’s series 3 hair! Picture no. 1 is out-of-this-world, especially with the extra light and shade added by our Angie – she’s very artistic, isn’t she? 🙂

      • It’s amazing what you can do with Photoshop and a little practice. 😉 There was a long-running comic strip here in the US called “Prince Valiant” and I recently saw a movie version that came out several years ago with Stephen Moyer (Bill on TB) as Valiant and a very young Katherine Heigl as his love interest. A hairstyle with a fringe and blunt cut almost grazing the shoulders-almost helmet-like– is known as a Prince Valiant. I have to say Stephen didn’t look nearly as fetching in his PV wig as Richard did in his tousled, wavy extensions. NTM he’s about half-a-foot shorter than RA. 😉

        • Can’t picture Stephen with that sort of hairdo… He’s only half-a-foot shorter than RA? He’s not that much taller than Anna Paquin who’s is very petite..

            • Not surprise KH is a tall lady… Actually kissing-wise (while standing at least) Sookie and Bill are better suited than Sookie and Eric, she has to wear towering heels to reach up whereas he has to bend down considerably, can’t be that comfortable for their necks ..:) So better do it all horizontally where this things even out.:)

  4. How lovely that Sir Benny the Snake Slayer and Master Baker brings you a “mouse”! Seriously, that’s a delightful gift. Then there’s Guy — sexy, sweet, sublime, and so beautiful. I don’t imagine I’m alone in drooling, feeling the impulse to lick the screen.

    • Yes, I am loving my new mouse. So much more ergonomic than the old one–and so colorful! Hooray for Sir Benny. 😀 Believe me, when I am working on all these pictures, I do want to reach out and touch him–fingers, lips, tongue . . . hmmmmm.

  5. Yum, yum, yum….Especially the last picture… Wooooooowwww… How nice is it to come home and find some new Guy posts in my inbox! It’s been a long day.

    • I think if I’d seen Guy coming in my direction in that attire (or lack of it) that bare beautiful flesh all burnished by the firelight, I would have either swooned or simply flung my arms open and said, “Come here, you big bad boy!!” LOL Glad I could make your day better for you.

      • It wasn’t a particularly bad day, it’s just that we spent too much of it travelling in the car with a grumpy 4,5 year old! 🙂 The latin dance competition itself was shorter than the drives to the venue and back. Btw, how I’d LOVE to see Richard dance a paso doble!!! Or a rumba.. mmm…*drools*

        • Rumba, tango, chacha, todo como eso… I’d love to watch, but even more, I’d like to do, preferably on the patio under the summer stars. *dreaming with my eyes open*

            • I like to watch jive, but I don’t like to dance it. For me, the moves are too fast, too sharp, to be sensual. I’d rather dance the paso doble, although a less extreme version than some of the exhibition choreography. It’s still about surrender, an utter lack of control at the same time you must be in complete control.

              • My mother used to jitterbug and I would give anything to have seen her back in the day, skirts swirling, blue eyes flashing, that dark hair in a pompadour . . . I bet she was gorgeous.

              • I bet she was, too. Any old photos you and Benny have managed to scan of her back in the day? The Big Bands did some great dance music, and the dancers rose to the occasion.

              • For me, the jive is all about fun – it’s not a sensual dance obviously, but I love its rhythm! It cheers me up and makes me want to get up and dance too!

              • I love its energy. It’s all about fun, as you say, Judit. I have my talents, but not in dancing, so I love watching people who are good at it.

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