Armitage: arms, armor, intensity

Tonight, I need first your arms around me, tight …

John Porter (Richard Armitage) hugs his daughter (Laura Greenwood) and greets his wife (Nicola Stephenson) after his return from Iraq in Strike Back 1.2. Source: RichardArmitageNet.com

… and then I need you to give me some tiny little piece of your emotional armor…

John Porter (Richard Armitage) at the regimental memorial for fallen in comrades in Strike Back 1.2. Source: RichardArmitageNet.com

… and finally, I need to figure out how to get an intense dose of your intensity.

John Porter (Richard Armitage) responds to Collinson’s inquiry about whether he’ll accept the position in Section 20 in Strike Back 1.2. Source: RichardArmitageNet.com

~ by Servetus on November 15, 2012.

20 Responses to “Armitage: arms, armor, intensity”

  1. You are making me cry, Servetus. Winging all that to you, from one RA admirer to another. And despite my raw recruit status, I know that this man can be the balm, the comforter, the inspiration to help you with what is plaguing you at this moment. A really big hug, my dear.

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  2. Love. Simply, love. And a big virtual hug from your friend and imagining one for you from our friend Sgt. Porter.

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  3. ({}) another Wednesday under your belt!

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  4. If I could send those arms to hug you, I would! x

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  5. Sending you lots of hugs, just like the ones in the first picture. Xxxx

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  6. Sending support, solace, comfort, and strength. I’d send John Porter if I could.

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  7. Oh (((Servetus))) :*

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  8. I can not send the man then I sending to you a little bit him!
    http://manedwolfdotwordpressdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/courage.jpg?w=2048&h=1536
    Take care!

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  9. exactly my wishes…

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  10. anytime 😉 thanks

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