Does it get any better? I'm admittedly behind the times with television, but when I saw this guy on my favorite channel, HGTV, my brain just kind of stopped working. 🙂 Carter Oosterhouse, carpenter, model, and humanitarian, host of “Carter Can.”
He has so got to be the inspiration for one of my heroes. Just not sure which one yet. 🙂
My personal hero, the hubby, was out of town this week. He returned yesterday. And I realized something while he was gone. I cannot be a hermit writer, much as I like to think I can. I love being home alone all day, working on my writing, but I really need that evening time with my honey.
Long days stretched in front of me with nothing but time to write? Nope, need the hubby to come home at the end of the day and make me think about something else. It's amazing how tangled up your life can get with one person, but we're like the roots of two plants that have grown together and entwined to such an extent that one can't survive without the other.
And that's what I love about romance novels. Love is the most wonderful, important, life-altering emotion in the universe. Amazing how romance gets bashed as “those little books” or “bodice rippers” or “easy, mindless trash.” Really? Love is mindless trash? Interesting thought.
Got any thoughts about love, romance novels, or fabulous hunks? Do share!
**Edited to remove picture
That guy is GORGEOUS.
You know, I can’t stop thinking about Jason M, the guy with the dreadlocks whose picture I had on my blog when I had that poll for my hero’s best friend. He’s too good looking to waste. I’m going to have to come up with a plot for him. LOL!
It’s amazing how tangled up your life can get with one person, but we’re like the roots of two plants that have grown together and entwined to such an extent that one can’t survive without the other.
Great imagery, Lynn. I’ve been with DG since I was 21. I think we’ve kinda become one person…
Hey, Tanya! He’s pretty amazing, huh? I love HGTV, and they keep showing him all the time. I never get tired of that.
PC, I understand. You can probably finish each other’s sentences and stuff too, right? It really is like growing into one person in many ways. You are still an individual, of course, but it’s like having another half. 🙂 Sometimes, that half has ideas of its own….ha!
Tanya, forgot to say that I can see why you’d keep thinking of Jason M. Gorgeous guy!