Losing sleep over Armitage?

I feel silly admitting this. But. I think one reason I slept so calmly last night is that I figured there’d be no news about Armitage’s next role on a Sunday. After it broke it would have to be confirmed on his agents’ page, and that wouldn’t update on a Sunday. I was thinking again about tomorrow and wondering: will we learn anything?

It’s really a good thing I don’t have kids.

I had a nice, relaxing day, and barring bad news I feel really ready to write tomorrow. Talk to you then.

~ by Servetus on August 12, 2013.

16 Responses to “Losing sleep over Armitage?”

  1. Did I miss something? Is there possible news besides the Batman rumor?


  2. It’s the stupid suspense of not knowing, isn’t it? Not knowing ‘what’, not knowing ‘when’- the possibilities are endless. Talk about keeping your audience guessing!


  3. I’m suffering from lack of sleep because I keep sitting up until the small hours going through all the wonderful stuff that lovely people like you bring to my attention! Especially when Legenda comes out and points me to new fiction as well! 😉


  4. Well how ever it goes I look to you for keeping us posted thanks!


  5. I wasn’t bothered by the Batman rumours until the rumour about Orlando Bloom surfaced he would be sooo wrong for the part.


    • thanks for saying this, Sapphire — I have to say I could have cared less about Batman until Bloom was listed as front runner, then I got all protective. Bloom? Batman? For shame.


  6. Richard seems to be back in London:


  7. I’ve recently discovered that trying to stay abreast of RA news is too much anxiety for me — not sure what that’s all about — but have found that watching his work makes me very relaxed and calm. So that’s what I’ve been doing lately. From what I’ve seen Orlando Bloom is the #1 pick. I’m not a batman fan, but even I think he’s just so wrong for that part.


  8. […] talked about it, this “confessor” talked about it, I’ve talked about it, briefly — that weird, edgy feeling I get when something’s happening in Richard Armitage’s […]


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