Mr. Thornton to the rescue of @Rob and anyone else who’s struggling this week

Mr. Thornton (Richard Armitage) watches Margaret pour the tea in North & South, episode 1. My cap.

Mr. Thornton (Richard Armitage) looks up at Margaret after she’s given him the tea in North & South, episode 1. My cap.

~ by Servetus on September 8, 2011.

8 Responses to “Mr. Thornton to the rescue of @Rob and anyone else who’s struggling this week”

  1. @Rob,

    I hope things get better for all of us. Just imagine you are having tea with this lovely gent and won’t give him nearly a hard a time as that silly goose Margaret. *hugs*

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  2. To Rob and everyone…hang in there…..xx

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  3. I soooo needed this right now. On break from suicide prevention training in Joplin MO where we’ve lost 7 to suicide since the tornado in May.

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  4. @socialworkmama – That must be some tough course! Thank you to you and people like you who do so much to help those in crisis. And what a pick-me-up to have John Thornton look up at you like that eh? 😀

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  5. @ Social my hubs is from Joplin. What amazing work you are doing. Thank you for helping those in need.
    @Angie you have been in my thoughts, if there is anything I can do for you, pls let me know.
    @Sev Thanks for the post , It made my week. U R the BEST!
    @Everyone else thanks for the well wishes. I am basking in the rays of your + energy. Much love to u all.

    I like the first piccy … that smile — it is altho he is smiling to a joke only he heard. The tilt of the head is charming. Then when he looks up at he just realized at that moment he loves her. How he can convey all this in a look. Ahh… dreamy.

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  6. Hope everyone survived their week.

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  7. […] The people of Joplin, Missouri, still struggling after the May tornadoes, as we know from socialworkmama, strongly in need of emotional support, and those of southern Alabama, doing the […]

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