Saturday, August 22, 2015

Singin' in the RAin

Has it been raining much where you are?  This summer my little area of the world has had twice as much rain as usual.  So I might as well grab my umbrella and enjoy it! 

Singing in the Rain is a great song.  I sing it a lot.  Maybe not every time it rains, but definitely if I am in a happy mood!

 




Richard Armitage and Gene Kelly have something in common. Their birthdays are one day and 59 years apart. Richard Armitage's is Aug. 22, 1971 and Gene Kelly's is Aug. 23, 1912.



Gene Kelly started his entertainment career as a dancer, as did Richard Armitage.
Kelly's energetic and masculine style helped to revolutionize the movie musicals in the 1940s and 50s.  Although Mr. Armitage gave up his dance career to concentrate on acting, his graceful manner of movement is  evident in every role he plays.



 Gene Kelly dances in mid air while Richard Armitage attains air while running 


Although I would dearly love to see Richard Armitage sing and dance, we at least got to see him wet in last summer's tornado moviefest Into the Storm.

photo courtesy of RichardArmitagenet.com

Today it is once again Armitage Day in fandom of Richard Armitage.  I woiuld like to take this opportunity to wish Mr. Armitage a very happy 44th birthday.  May he delight us with his performances for many more years to come.



9 comments:

zaniam said...

Happy Armitage Day!!!!! :)

Phyllys Faves said...

Thanks Zan! You too!

Anonymous said...

Very nice comparison! Happy Armitage Day to you!!! Tree :D

Phyllys Faves said...

Thanks very much Tree! :)

servetus said...

We had our entire month's average rainfall on August 3rd, and it kept on raining, so I feel you. Happy Armitage Day! Glad you're around!

Phyllys Faves said...

I've been a very lazy blogger (nonexistent really) but I am still trying to keep up on the RA news! So I am grateful for blogs like yours Servetus!

armitageagonistes said...

Happy RA's Birthday.

Phyllys Faves said...

And the same to you!😀

CDoart said...

Happy RA-Day and all the best to you, Phylly!
We had nearly no rain the last month and an infernal heat. Could have swapped a bit ;o)
How glorious to at least see raindrops in pictures again.