Posts Tagged With: Harry Kennedy

Do I have room for a plush Thorin?

Life is busy. Not to mention that my beloved St. Louis Cardinals are in the playoffs. Then there is the fact that ItsJSforMe keeps introducing me to books she thinks I’ll like…she has yet to be wrong. There’s also the Twitter campaign attempting to have Richard Armitage cast as Matthew Clairmont in the WB’s A Discovery of Witches. I hadn’t read the book, but that oversight has been rectified.

All of this has left me with little time and to be honest, little inclination for blogging in the last week. Oh, I’ve read other’s blogs, checked out my Twitter feed and Facebook, but I’ve just been uninspired as far as this space goes.

But then I saw the little plush Thorin doll. He’s adorable. I can already imagine snuggling with him in bed. The only problem is, I don’t think he’ll fit!

I think the best explanation is visual:

See my dilemma? I barely fit in the bed, let alone another chaRActer! Maybe he can take up residence on the dresser. I’ll just have to make sure he doesn’t make use of the hookah. 😉

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30 Days of Richard Armitage-Day 7

A scene of his that made you laugh:

This is a really obvious choice, but I had to go with this scene:

I have ALWAYS cringed–sometimes going so far as leaving the room-when Emma Thompson’s Elinor Dashwood starts crying in Sense and Sensibility!  As hard as this may be to believe, I had never heard anyone voice how horrible the crying was. So, the moment Harry Kennedy said, “Oh yes, and she makes that extraordinary noise” I said something like “FINALLY!” and promptly double in half laughing…Dawn French’s imitation of said “extraordinary noise” just made me laugh even harder. 🙂

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