Friday, May 21, 2010

Friday Flashback: Hotties in History

Men are beautiful.  My mother says this is not so, men are handsome but not beautiful.  I wondered if maybe when she was young this was true. So let us flashback in history to some of the more famous men of her day. 
Robert Redford 

Paul Newman

Anthony Hopkins

Clint Eastwood

Marlon Brando

I think my mother may be suffering some sort of memory loss. 


  1. I agree...beautiful is the best way to describe them (esp. Paul Newman!)

  2. First of all--New Follower! *waves*

    I'm not sure how I haven't discovered your blog before this, but I'm so glad I've found you now. I love connecting with other writers--especially ones who write MG. (There doesn't seem to be as many of us here in bloggy land).

    Anyway, LOVE the photos. I used to do celebrity portraits before I switched my focus to writing, and those were three very common requests. Especially Paul Newman.

    Thanks for the eye candy. I look forward to getting to know you through your posts. I may not be commenting much these next couple weeks--my agent has me on a tight deadline, and that cuts into my blog hopping time. But I'll still be around. :)

  3. I'd call them hunks. Thanks for sharing these great pix!

  4. I cannot stop staring at my own blog post.

  5. Ha ha, Marsha. I decided to come back for another look too.

  6. Yes men can be eye candy, er um, I mean beautiful! It's best when they're beatious on the inside as well. That's a double win, don't you think?

  7. "I cannot stop staring at my own blog post." HAHA! You're too funny. Thanks for sharing these very nice pictures. :)

  8. That was Anthony Hopkins??? WOW!

  9. Beautiful. Yup, I agree.

    I just saw your comment about squirrels over at Lisa and Laura's, and I had to come visit. Plotting squirrels...hee. And staring at your own blog post. I hope to meet you at a conference someday. Lisa and Laura too. You're all family now, if I remember correctly, yes? It must be genetic. ;)


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