Why would the guy who admittedly preferred to stay inside reading rather than play footie (or presumably other sports) with his brother remind me of rugby? Well, as I was mentioning to Kate the other day, there are these screenshots on RichardArmitageNet.com that show just how suited those legs and let's be honest, those glutes were for the … Continue reading Richard to Rugby
One of my stocking stuffers at Christmas was a copy of Hello! Canada. The horoscope, unfortunately, resonated with me: "The task that lies before you may look so vast that you're tempted to give up, but ...you can throw your pessimism away. So roll up your sleeves! There's work to be done and you have the … Continue reading Pick-Me-Ups
Wine and Armitage... two of my favourite things. In the summer, we travel every year to the Okanagan wine region of British Columbia for a beach vacation. Of course, we always have to throw in a few visits to the local wineries! Many of the wineries are located on high ground, with the best views … Continue reading Of Wine and Armitage
What a treat to see Richard Armitage in a story on TV (and so animated too! Lol), rather than just hear him in an audiobook! The second season of Castlevania recently appeared on Netflix and I was really excited to watch it. It instantly engaged me, starting from the exciting theme song (by Canadian composer … Continue reading Castlevania 2 – Painter of Light?
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
Fictional romance comes in many forms, catering to many different tastes. How do you like your romance? Are you eager for Richard Armitage's upcoming audiobook project? In case you missed it, RA will be co-narrating a contemporary romance novel by New York Times bestselling author Lauren Blakely. Thanks to Perry and Servetus for bringing the … Continue reading How Do You Like Your Romance?
**SPOILERS** On December 18, the final episode of Berlin Station Season 2 aired in Canada. A third season has now been announced, although it is not clear who will be returning. The first five episodes of Season 2 were fairly uneven, as I described in an earlier post. But as in Season 1, the pacing … Continue reading Right. So, That BS Season Is Done.
**SPOILERS** So, here I am, with five episodes behind me and five (or maybe only four?) ahead. In Canada, Episode 6 airs on Monday. (Sorry... couldn't resist the cheesy title... "right" in line with those of the show.) Averaging out my scoring of the episodes, also brings me to a middling rating. Would I continue … Continue reading Berlin Station 2: Right in the Middle
For me, long before Richard Armitage, there was David Cassidy, who died yesterday at age 67. When I was a preteen/young teen, there was nothing so beautiful to me as the face and voice of David Cassidy. He had those pretty-boy looks and slim body that are so appealing to a young girl. And to … Continue reading My First Celebrity Crush Has Died