Enter Tall, Dark and Handsome!

I like looking at guys who are tall, dark and handsome (TDH), which is why when I spotted this guy on line I fell for him. Hard. He’s a perfect specimen:  over 6’ tall, well built but not flashy and he has a wonderful voice. I’m almost embarrassed to admit that I met him on line.

I live in New Jersey, land of the hair weave and artificial nails, both of which I can spot at 20 paces. Call me suspicious, but I wanted to make sure TDH was 100% genuine before I invited him to live with us. I don’t like high-maintenance people or objects, no matter how good-looking they are. And real tends to cost less to maintain than fake. So I ran a background check to make sure TDH’s oh-so-attractive on-line description was for real. Once he checked out he hopped on the next truck headed North.

TDH is from the South — Georgia to be exact – so I was hoping he’d be a real gentleman, unlike most many of our locals; New Jersey isn’t known for turning out gentleman. Just look at our governor.

And before you leave here wondering. Yes, Mike knows I’m in love with TDH!

Mike loves TDH too. It’s a real bromance.

When TDH arrived at our home Mike was the one who helped TDH unpack.

Mike was the one who devoted a couple of days to making sure TDH got comfortable in his new surroundings.

Heck, Mike even ran new electric for TDH.

And Mike is the person who first noticed TDH has a wonderful voice. “Like music,” Mike said.

Yes, Mike loves TDH at least as much as I do. And now that TDH has settled in?  Sometimes I find TDH and Mike outside together. Alone. Having a beer.

Just two good looking friends hanging out together.

 

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8 Responses to Enter Tall, Dark and Handsome!

  1. OpinionsToGo says:

    Did not see that coming! Love your post…loved your photos!

  2. You got me good! Great post!

  3. Lisa Tognola says:

    Love the fountain! Have a nice fall! 😉

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