Very handsome, your Lordship :)Nice to finally see you!
There's that face I remember! Great photo. I do, however, still love the one with the green happy hat.
Thank you Milady Emmy!This and several other photos were taken today and I forced myself to figure out how to download (upload?) them. I'm going to get a digital camera so I can post more photos of life on the tundra and the creativity it inspires in my studio.I wouldn't dare to wear the happy hat--either the green one or any of them--around here during hunting season. These people are crazy!
Lovely to see you and a Fine photo of the Lord W.. have you ever performed onstage?...
Oh, now I feel shy. I had become used to you looking like whats-his-name.
Gwen: Yes and for a number of years. Mostly Shakespeare, G.B.S., and Wilde. My favourite roles were the Dauphin in Shaw's St Joan and Iago in Othello.Fear not Fair June! I am still he with whom you've travelled many miles. Besides, I look better in tweed than he did.
well I would say you were perfectly suited for it.. your look and your delivery of speech show through.. You're very theatrical...
Is that a nice way of saying I'm a 'drama queen'?
Haha, no, you are just very entertaining. please disregard this if it came through twice.. the first reply may have gone to the moon..
Thank you, Gwen! Yes, I'd like to think that even I could have amused good old Queen Vic.It didn't go twice but if it had I would have just picked up the message at my condo on the Sea of Tranquility.
That's funny, I've been away for a while in Alaska, and I thought you were Lord Byron. At least you're still a Lord.
George Gordon, Lord Byron told me to get a new avatar as my use of his visage was ruining his love life. So, Lord Wellbourne is using his own visage now without any fear of romantic fall-out.
Well and aren't we pleased to see you in all your stylish Lordness!
Well, we certainly hope so! Lordness is fun providing one has the proper 'woolies'.