Should Richard Armitage be the next James Bond? Twenty-eight percent of voters of a Telegraph pole say yes, edging out Damian Lewis and Idris Elba by five points. Should he play Bond? He can play charming. He can play dangerous. He can play charmingly dangerous, and he does clean up nicely, but then, so do Bond … More Bond Ambition
I am RAmused by a bit of astrological irony. A man with a Saturn ( self-discipline, effort, honor, respect, ambition, seriosity, fear of failure, time) , in a (probable) house of prominence with an assist from transiting Jupiter (expansion, gain through experience, opportunity) and Venus (the arts, affection, charm, tact, generosity of spirit, sharing) at … More RAmused by Astrological Irony
Here’s something to smile about: recognition and respect for a job well done. Congratulations.
Things I (Mostly) Miss About Living in Britain – in no particular order. • Proper tea. Sigh. Once you’ve had a proper cup of tea, Lipton won’t do. • I could find good red currant jelly and clotted cream. • Farmers markets • Portobello Road • On cold days in the autumn, people still sold … More London Calling
Rutina Wesley, who plays Francis Dolarhyde’s love interest, Reba McClane on season 3 of Hannibal, is appearing this month at the San Diego Old Globe Summer Shakespeare Festival as Viola in William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. If you can’t get into SDCC, (or even if you can), take a side trip to Balboa Park to support … More Hannibal’s Rutina Wesley stars in Twelfth Night
After reading many blog posts and comments about how bullying has affected many of us in the RA fandom, the theme of body image and low self esteem rears its ugly head more than once. This is something I am intimately acquainted with. Being “less than” the popular media image went hand in hand with … More Bullying, Body Image, and Pandora’s Lunchbox
A random musing on this anniversary of Armitage’s onstage debut in The Crucible: the girls in Salem were the 17th century equivalent of cyberbullies, with equally destructive consequences. Synchronicity? Maybe.
#findyourvoice An open letter to Richard Armitage @RCArmitage and CybersmileFoundation @CybersmileHQ So. Here I am, finding my voice. It is not something that is in my comfort zone. Being an only child and an introvert and a quiet person by nature, not sharing my inner voice with strangers is a way of life. As a … More Find Your Voice