Woke Up To A Really Perfect Richard Armitage Holiday Message Posted on December 23, 2014 by Perry pic.twitter.com/4KDUvFcjWi — Richard Armitage (@RCArmitage) December 23, 2014 Once again, he does the exact right thing at the exact right time – MMMWah. (That’s a big kiss) Share thisClick to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
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Yes, yes,yes… Just found it on Twitter myself. I´m so happy that he spreads his message via his account and not through TOC (suppose I´ll be the next one who gets blocked, couldn´t care less). I´m totally convinced that Mr. A wouldn´t let him be manipulated, it´s just his polite behaviour.
I wish you a Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays or whatever you prefer 🙂
Uups, I haven´t read the message yet, just wanted to let you know how happy, relieved and excited I am.
BTW, it´s 15.21 pm in Germany.
Thank you for your greetings.. I prefer them all – Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, All good for me.
I’ll be trying to get a Greeting post up soon .
Contrary to a previous comment of mine where I thought RA might send his Christmas message via RANet now that RAOnline is no longer active, I’m very pleased he found a way of using his Twitter account to do so. I always look forward to his annual Christmas messages (more so than HM The Queen’s, treasonous though it is to say so!)
Anyway Perry, I wish you & yours a happy & healthy holiday season.
Thank you, and same to you. I think the vehicle Richard Armitage used for his message was perfect and I like the message, too.
It’s a beautiful message and he found a perfect way to share it. I’d had preferred a selfie instead of another (already seen ) SD pic but I think he made it on purpose. He chose not to share anything personal, focusing on work and charities.
I’m glad he sent a Christmas message. And I’m glad he considers the fan participation one of the reason for the success of his work. I think he was genuinely amazed by people flying from all over the world to see him live in The Crucible and I hope he felt, and still feel, the affection and respect these people have for him. He said respect is his Arkenstone. I’m sure he no longer needs to search for it: he got it. This 2014 has been a crucial year for him. He’s no longer a totty. He’s the man that gave life to a stunning Proctor and the man that transformed Thorin in King Lear. He was able to deliver “that” line perfectly. I’m sure Professor Tolkien, wherever he is, is nodding hiding a tear…
Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season to you and your family, Perry. 🙂
Agree, agree, agree, and the same to you, my dearest friend.
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Beautifully put Micra. Merry Christmas and all the best for the festive season to you, Perry and all here. xx
Thanks Mezz, and to you! 🙂
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Totally agree. He pitched his Christmas message perfectly. Was I right to think his tweet about “no favouritism here” referred to some of the going’s on of the past few days?? It doesn’t really matter, it was still a lovely message. So pleased to see how much we’ve all raised for his Charities too :)…
Merry Christmas Richard and friends 🙂 ! xxx
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