"I’ve always believed very, very strongly that the way you treat people is more important than anything, professionally or otherwise." - "I had the time of my life. It's a wonderful lesson that if you do the things you love, that's the way to go."
Mr O came downstairs this morning and saw the The Daily Telegraph and asked me. " Why have we this paper today"? and looked over towards me, reading the Magazine. "It's OK, reason explained"!
My lovely Mr O watched me as he was drinking his coffee, shaking his head and laughing. My Mr O watching me as I am lusting over the magazine.
There is something cruel in every love. My heart has wronged you and it has wronged you before. It means I am imperfect. Born imperfect. Educated imperfectly. Moulded in my formative years, by imperfect hands. And so, expect not else. But if you look for someone to love you, imperfectly. Look no further. I am he, if you will still love me. I am he.
Have to agree ladies that he is getting better looking all the time and also looking younger than ever in these gorgeous pictures. What a fantastic interview also. Thanks to Mike who posted info re Telegraph Magazine. I bought Telegraph on my way to V & A to see Ballgowns -Fashions of the 50's Exhibition. Not my usual paper so did not realise one needed a sack to transport it. Soon discarded everything but the magazine, thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition with my friend, and after a bit of shopping and a lovely Italian lunch passed the journey home 'with Rufus'. Quite a day!