Work continues to be a challenge, but it provides me with Europe funds and except for the more irate customers who seem only to be embittered by the heat, it is a lovely environment too. But you don’t want to hear about work!
I’m watching Kate and Leopold! :D Heehee. Thaaat’s more like it. I’d forgotten how wonderful I find this film. Victorian Duke meets modern girl and romance inevitably ensues. Yeah, my dream come true. Where do I get me a Victorian man?
But seeing Leopold (Hugh Jackman) in a certain profile shot made me think, “My, my, but that man has a fine nose!” And that’s not uncommon for me to think.
It makes a profile more distinguished. Somehow I associate it with eloquence as well.
Here are some pictorial representations of a distinguished nose. ;) Visual aid! (Or eye candy.) I mean, this is educational! It’s physiognomy! Which is totally a science!
There’s the man who started this post. Say “hullo” to Hugh Jackman, lllllllladies. He does many things in this movie of which I approve. Speaks like a literary character, smolders at the screen, wears turtlenecks and long black trench coats, rolls his sleeves up, and is like what Prince Charming would be if he had emotions. You know, like anger and disappointment and whatnot. <3
This wasn’t supposed to be an explanation of why my next fictional husband is him. But I’m entitled to some rambling. I did my duty to society this afternoon at the cafe! *sniffles*
I remember reading somewhere that when asked what women first notice about him, Ioan Gruffudd said his nose. :) I think that’s in his favor. He has a lovely nose.
As you can see, everything about Richard Armitage is swoon-worthy. But his nose totally plays a part in that.
Adrian Brody should play in a movie entitled: A Man With a Nose.
That’s it. I gifted womankind with this post and now I’m going to finish my movie.
I wonder if that’s Hugh Jackman’s real penmanship in that letter there…
Penmanship is another thing I admire. :) Heehee. But that’s for another post. At another hour.