Wonderful Wednesday: A Gallery of RA’s Memorable ChaRActers

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It hasn’t been a wonderful winter for me (nor for many more of you–curse you, groundhog, why must we have six more weeks of this!?) But I am beginning to see glimpses of light at the end of this long, cold, wet and dreary tunnel.  I got my first column of this new year for the paper written; nothing fancy but a sense of accomplishment. I’ve been playing with ideas for that story I promised dear Guylty.  In spite of brain fog and a fibro flare (not helped by slamming into the wall on the way to the bathroom early this morning), I am feeling–hopeful. 😀

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Here’s what it looked like a week ago outside my house. It’s mostly ice with a little snow mixed in. The ice paralyzed the Deep South for a couple of days.
I’ve been doing a lot of posting of words and images–some silly and some serious and some simply beautiful–on FB in recent days on my regular page, and lots of images and some of my vids of Mr. A and his characters at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Richard-Armitage-Effect/

Yes, I whipped up some new photo edits I premiered at FB and I thought I would share them with you all, in case you aren’t on FB. And even if you are–do we need an excuse to peruse Mr. A’s lovely, expressive features and admirable physique? I think not . . . have a wonderful Wednesday, my friends and fellow RA well-wishers!

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4 responses »

  1. What a lovely sunset sky! Winter skies can be stunning. I take photographs of the same view nearly every morning. It’s therapeutic, too, when the mood gets me down – the ever-changing, reliable sunrise is a metaphor for eternal optimism…
    And great news about your brainstorming 🙂
    PS: I love the bright wide-smile Lucas. *sigh*

    • After such frigid cold and the ice, it was truly lovely to see that radiant sunset. And you are right, Guylty, hope springs eternal with sights such as that. Re Lucas, there are so many shots of him looking serious and pensive and *intense,* it’s just nice to share a really lovely, sweet, boyish Lucas smile now and again.

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