straighten your tie

Some of the ladies like the casual look – jeans and a T. But for me, there is nothing more appealing than a man in a suit; one of life’s little pleasures. And of course, you can’t beat a tux. A man who can wear a tux like he’s in pyjamas is just about irresistible. Maybe it’s the underlying allure of pyjamas.

That’s the thing about a suit – all done up. It’s probably why I’m partial to news anchors, sitting behind that desk, reading news to me – about as impersonal as it gets, in a suit – a kind of armour, a barrier, no opening.

Who said ladies don’t like a challenge?

I would like her job –

Matt Bomer

There is something about a man straightening his tie that gets to the heart of me.

One of my fellow bloggers grabbed my attention immediately when he liked my site with this view:

from Jesse Kerema’s blog “A Journey to Success”

Sadly, Roger Moore is gone. I liked him as James Bond but he wasn’t one of my favourites. Ultimately it’s how they wear the tux. The original – Sean Connery:

Not bad –

Honourable mention to Daniel Craig.

Daniel Craig as James Bond

My favourite 007 is Pierce Brosnan.  And now we get to the crux of it, anticipation of the unwrapping.

It’s going to rain.

“It’s going to rain,” she said. “I was going for a walk but I’m turning back.”

“It’s not going to rain,” repeating, “it’s not going to rain. The weather forecast says it’s going to be hot on the weekend.”

“Hot?” She was looking up. “No, it looks dark. It’s going to rain.”

“It’s not going to rain. It’s dark because the sun is setting. There is no rain in the forecast for 4 days.”

“Really? No rain? But it’s cold…It’s going to rain.”

“It’s cold because you are in the shade. It’s going to be dry.”

She was incredulous. “Dry?”

“Yes.”

“No rain?”

“That’s right. No rain.”

She needed to believe it and continued on her walk.