|Western kinda mood
||[Feb. 22nd, 2006|08:41 am]
Up to 9075 on the wagon train story I started on teh 18th. Not bad I'd say and it's goign fairly well. Dont' nwo where it's going, but we'll see.
If you had to choose between the new magnificent seven. Michael Biehn(Chris) Eric Close (Vin)....okay so I still have fantasies about these two.
And the Old Magnificent Seven Yul Bryenner(sp)(Chris) and Steve McQueen(Vin). I just coudln't do it. Both sets are each in their own in their era of time. I cant' help that I grew up loving to death (sadly in 1980) Steve McQueen. And still now, 26 years later I get a stir in my heart when I watch the Magnifient SEven, the Blob or Wanted Dead or Alive. He was such a versitle, charasmatic actor. And so damn hot to boot. Okay, so he got hairy and chubby and scary at the end. But drinking, driving, cursing and living hard will do that to a man. Steve, I LOVE YOU. Always have, always will.
Recently I've joined the revival of Big Valley on Encore's Western channel. Course grew up watchign the Six Million Dollar Man and vagely remember watchign teh reruns growing up and loved Heath (see resembalance to other action/western star of the time above) I don't do blondes normally. Steve, Lee and Michael Biehn, are pretty much it. But I digress....
Heath is cute/pretty/gorgous add any adjetives you want there. Granted, his moody, I have to prove myself a Barkley attitude draws you in. But......
It's Nick, Peter Breck that has won my heart today. The jet black hair, sparkling green/hazel eyes and the tude man, the tude. Black hat, black gloves (hardly ever without), black vest or short coat, the spurs, always clanking, the large belt and buckle. The guns low on his hips. The entire package just makes me smile. I love watchign and rewatching the "NICK" parts of the show. Ookay so I slow down and rewatch the shirtless Heath parts as well. But Nick wins, hands down as my favorite Barkley. Heath, stay close babe, you're just as loved. Jarrod of course is not without his atributes. Beatufiul blues, dark hair and a quick wit. The soft lawyer with a heart of gold. Have to love him, he's so gentle with Audra, so loving with his mother and so in your fave with Nick. Oh did I mention I love that Nick wants to squash everyone to solve the problems. K.....
Hubby says I need to stop watching BV and get back into the cop story to finish. Cause the western influence is makng me want to stay in teh 1880's and not come back. I told him, sorry. I will be there til the muse runs dry. And my characters Geo and Jake will tell their tales and I'll listen and jot them down as
The dark mysteriuos Geo runs from his past, while gentle, farm boy Jake trails after him in hopes of repaying a debt of gratitude.
Backroads Stranger is still coming to mind for the story title. Not getting too complicated as to the 'we'll gonna lench you if we think you're touching each other' attitude I've seen in a lot of 'gay western' stories. Gentler, easier a bit, more not just an an issue, cause it is, at least for Geo, but just a friendship that may or may not develop into more once Jake finds him. We'll see.
rambled a enough for now. Oh gonna add this to my word count for the month. Copy....
cool. have my goals. need to put up a Nick pic for my pic, man with TUDE.