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He looks like a Dwarf with his big head and beard (warming to this look, as it happens, <eyes DH doubtfully> ) but has POINTY HOBBIT EARS in that ^North & South photo.Let's have Friday's Child soon - I'm starting ASAP. Can't wait!
Ooh thanks LadyD that is indeed much better.<use as: wallpaper: ok>As you were.
Horatia, this one's pretty good too, if you mentally replace the trousers with buff pantaloons or riding breeches....And this one can be your GH hero of choice. He's Alverstoke, for me.
When can we start Friday's Child? I have come to a staggering (for me, other people will not be fascinated) realisation and wish to share ASAP.Read faster Horatia!
Go for it Dilys, people tend to contribute as and when thy can and I'm sure most people remember enough to know what you are talking about.I'm intrigued as to your realisation....
It's quite -making actually.I'll compose my thoughts and put the thread up tomorrow.
I have absolutely NO idea what this realisation could possibly be.Can we guess?Is it to do with the characters?
Have started now. Know it so well it will only take a couple of hours.Might hide in the bathroom after s night feed to get a couple of chapters done, if they're good'uns.Also waiting patiently for Dilys' revelations. Please post linky on this thread as I'll be hopelessly late/absent otherwise
Here you go.Please don't shun me forever .
Yay! Have had somewhat shitty 24h nowhere near a book (DH largely to blame) so will mark place and come back.This is a really good week for me to read a book I love to bits.
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