Monday, May 20, 2013

Late Monday/Early Tuesday wake up call

Sorry for my delay in posting but today is a holiday Monday here in Canada. Those who are so inclined to lean what is it that we're celebrating can do so here - Victoria Day Holiday - but I won't bore you with the facts. Though we had a real nice fireworks display last night. This holiday is the only of two days Canadians are allowed to blast the fireworks without getting the permit from the local fire department.

Though we up in the north got to sleep in today, the rest of the world had to roll out of bed first thing and hit the road to go to work. In case you are still in need of eye opening, here's your first picture of the day - courtesy of  Naughty & Nice Society Facebook page.

Love the short poem, in a few words it says so much. And if this doesn't do the trick, here's another one of my favorite guy. Happy to find him on the same page. 


Wonder what Mr. Gandy thinks about here, he seems deep in thought. I'm guessing 'how many girls will be drooling over this picture?' OR 'how many blogs this picture will appear on?' But no matter the pose, he's always so natural. 
Keep writing and reading, the weekend if near, if you close your eyes and let your imagination soar. 

10 comments:

  1. Good Lord he's beautiful!!
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    1. Yes, one of those guys you can never get enough of.

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  2. For once I prefer the first picture. The poem is lovely, and the man's caress looks like it would make my belly quiver (and jiggle) :)

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    1. Hi Nana,

      Yes, that simple picture says a lot.

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    1. Glad you dropped by, Kiru. And that you love my choices.

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  4. Again, love the B&W, beautiful poem :) You can never go wrong with a dashing Brit without his clothes on, LOL. Good choices, worth the wait!

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    1. I knew you'd love it, Debbie. Yes, I'm in love with the black and whites too.

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  5. I was feeling a little depressed, Zrinka. Thanks for the lift.

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    1. Glad I could help, Cathrina. Come back for more anytime.

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