This song really touches on what I think goes on in my Richard Armitage fantasies

Thanks to CC. It’s apparently big in the Netherlands. I’ll be very interested in any forthcoming album. In a weird way this gets to my fascination with Richard Armitage the dancer, someone I’ve longed to glimpse, or envisioned in action, or perhaps even dance with, though I can’t dance. In my fantasies, he always makes me feel I can.

~ by Servetus on February 1, 2015.

5 Responses to “This song really touches on what I think goes on in my Richard Armitage fantasies”

  1. Interesting how a complete stranger, or should I say, the image projected by a complete stranger, has become such a touchstone in my life: getting me to take up writing again, going to wine tastings, taking social dance lessons. Me. Dancing with men I neither know nor trust. And liking it! A year ago I would have laughed at the absurdity of the thought.

    Why this man, this actor, who works so hard to cultivate a certain kind of seriosity and gravitas in public, has ignited in me a drive to get out there and have fun, I do not know. It is a mystery, but from a distance he is slowly becoming my imperfect muse of fire.

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  2. Lord knows I certainly I’ve certainly started to reflect up on my self imposed boundaries as of late. The metaphorical “fortress around my heart” has kept me safe for years – but also in a sense, dead. Darn it, I want to have fun again. I want to live. I’ve had my fill of being the “responsible one” to the exclusion of everything else.

    A coincidence about the dancing: One of my coworkers turns out to be the mother of one of his coworkers. She’s a retired dancer and takes the time to show me where I’m screwing up the latest steps I’ve learned (as in I can do them perfectly until there is a dance partner standing in front of me, and then I have to do them backwards, and then I screw them up.) I was gobsmacked to find out her child works on Hannibal. The synchronicity is just weird.

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  3. I pity her ..
    Very good song, thanks 🙂

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