Hint: Only one of them is mine.
At the end of June, I went to see Macbeth at Western Canada's largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare festival, Bard on the Beach. My younger son read the Scottish play in his high school English class this year, so I had wanted to take him to see a performance. I thought about the National Theatre Live … Continue reading I Saw a Play and the RA Fan A to Z: F
Time for a few more answers to Guylty's 2018 Fan A to Z Challenge. (Continued from here.) B. Which of his chaRActers do you think RA is most like? Which is he most unlike? Richard Armitage has recently talked about being quite like Rowan Jackman, the detective in his latest audiobook project, Their Lost Daughters by Joy … Continue reading Richard Armitage Fan A to Z Challenge: B to E
Guylty has issued another fun fan challenge, in the form of a Fan A to Z. I finally have a few moments to tackle the first letter only, so, here goes... A. If you added up all the money spent on DVDs, cinema tickets, accommodation, theatre tickets, fan art, audio books etc., how expensive has … Continue reading Richard Armitage Fan A to Z Challenge: A
Spring has arrived in the British Columbia Lower Mainland. The cherry blossoms are in bloom for their brief appearance before coating the ground in petals. Of course Spring in Vancouver comes with clouds and rain. Well, as do most seasons, truth be told. Not that I'm complaining... our grass stays green and the gardens are … Continue reading Spring and an Irish Armitage Care Package
In case you didn't see this, a joint audio/TV production has been announced that takes Wanderlust one step further -- and five lucky fans will be part of the action! WANDERLUST TRAVELS & CUISINE: CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS -- ENTRY DETAILS BELOW: Do you love romance? Do you enjoy exploring new places and trying new foods? … Continue reading Contest/Casting Announcement: “Wanderlust Travels & Cuisine”
It was a pretty good day for a Monday. I started the day in the car listening to the third episode of Marvel's Wolverine: The Long Night. I'm continuing to enjoy it, as they weave in more characters, more details, and more pieces of the puzzle. Once again, there is only a snippet of Richard … Continue reading A MARVELous Start to the Week
Not only is it the end of 2017, but it has also been one year since I started blogging! I've really enjoyed it, not least because of all the interesting people I have met on line. Thank you for reading and for engaging in such thought-provoking (and sometimes just plain fun) conversations. Before I review … Continue reading Recap of My First Year of Blogging
I was so surprised yesterday when I opened our Christmas package sent from Toronto and found Sir Guy peering out at me over the ribbon wRApping! I confess that I couldn't wait until Christmas but had to open it right away! One of my nieces had decided that since the package included a set of … Continue reading Merry Christmas and Happy Richarding!
I was excited today to see that Richard Armitage had posted his annual Christmas message to his fans (or well-wishers, as he prefers to call us). It is a really nice tradition, and one that he has maintained since 2004, posting them through various sources and, since 2014, on his own Twitter account. His messages … Continue reading Call Me Shallow… or What I’d ReAlly Like from a Message