As Mr Fern is unlikely to agree to having such a charming canvas on display, I’m gonna have to get me a girly pad… :o)
cmee57 says Ladies, we’d have to make a barricade to protect MK from the husband queue! Any volunteers?
Very Les Miserables… most of us are already there lol
dancesabove says A bunch of us girlies can set it up… escape to it together or alone!
It’s all mine Mwahahaha (…ok, you can visit as long as you bring cake lol).
lauraraposa says You have quite an eye for decorating, Mrs Fern. Bravo!
You should see the rest of my imaginary girly pad, the scene from Freud is on tile in the bathroom ;o)
MK’s profile… nuff said :o)
Anonymous asked: Is that Amanda Root wearing the yellow hat and red scarf at 1:29 in your latest music video? If it is, I'd love to know where that clip is from. Thank you.
It is indeed Amanda Root and the clip is from the egregious Sunnyside Farm (episode ‘A Rare Visitor’)
Papa Foyle and Andrew at play…
Gone fishin’ from The German Woman and check mate from Enemy Fire.
I may have had too much chocolate…
While I trawling for clips for the ‘Music to Watch Girls By’ video, I gathered more clips than I could use, the result being (yet) another music video.
This is the last MK video for a while as I’m a bit ‘videoed’ out and also finding new clips is proving difficult lol
Happy Easter! :o) xx
I have a predilection for these four beauties… Friday is good indeed :o)
Strawberries courtesy of suave & sophisticated
Mr Kitchen decided to drive down from Liverpool, just for a personal photo session… :o)
What? I was dreaming again?!
Mr Kitchen… as tipsy as you like :o)
As Jeremy Swain in Dirty Old Town (1995) and Major Armstrong in Dandelion Dead (1994)
As per my previous blog, I was successful with getting Michael Kitchen’s mug on my own mug (thanks Vistaprint)
I’m still working on the Etch-a-Sketch…(not really) :o)
I’ve generated a Michael Kitchen version of the game ‘2048’. The quite addictive’ maths game, which is even more addictive with Michaels instead of numbers :o)
Click on the photo to open the game :o)
So much for catching up with ‘The Real History Behind Foyle’s War’… Strawberry Bonbon is staging an intervention :o/
lauraraposa said OMG. There’s a BOOK? Really?
Oh yes indeedy :o) I managed to get mine from Amazon (although I didn’t pay this much!!)
Jeremy Irons as Richard II and Michael Kitchen as Henry Bolingbroke in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Shakespeare’s Richard II, 1986.
Double the vision - double the trouble… ;o)Mr Kitchen as John/Ray in The Last Contract (Sista Kontraktet),1998.
Eight places where it is unlikely you’ll see Michael Kitchen…
But I like to think the Etch-a-Sketch is possible :o)
George Gently For britishdetectives
And Banksy style for abjectadmirer