He's Brazilian. What is it with the people down there? If they could bottle and sell it, the country would never have any economic problems. While investigating Mister Di Castro (actually Mister Garrito, but he dropped that earlier in his career), I discovered that I'd already seen him. He's the clumsy guy in the Zoosk commercial. You know, this one. Dammit, he's funny too? That's just not fair. But I'll get over it. And you'll be seeing more of Thierre tomorrow.
All these years. I was born and raised Catholic, yet I've always thought the Twelve Days of Christmas ended on Christmas Day. Apparently that's an American thing. In fact, the Twelve Days begin on Christmas, and go to January 5 (a.k.a Twelfth Night). Which makes it even worse, what with me being such a Shakespeare nut. I think I kind of knew, since Mom always put out the little manger scene on Christmas and took it down in January. I just didn't fully realize that was the proverbial Twelve Days of Christmas.
Anyway, I'd decided to do my own Twelve Days celebration, and now I know when to start. Today. Merry Christmas, by the way.
Before I started this blog, not only did I make wallpapers for fun, but also collages. I used them as them for screensavers. So since I've shared wallpapers with y'all, I figured it was overdue to share the collages. So, a few every day for the next twelve days. And Happy New Year. Which is still a surprise, what with the Mayan Apocalypse not coming to pass and all.
I like The Glades because it shows the quirky side of Florida, which is why I love living here so much. A minor contributing factor to my enjoyment of the show is Matt Passmore.
Who am I kidding? A hunky, wiseass cop? How could you not love that? And he's actually an Aussie, so when he's not in character, he's got that accent too. Be still my beating... heart. Yeah, heart. Let's go with that.