Pryday #5

Hi, all, how has this week treated you? My week has been busy and fulfilling. I had my second baby storytime and it was fab! I definitely feel like I know a bit more what I am supposed to be doing and how to engage the babies. I also started a few marvelous books that I hope to be able to write about soon. This week’s Pryday question is frivolously fun:

Is there a fictional character you’d consider marrying?

There is no thought involved for me in this question. I’ve always been in love with the wise Southern gentleman, Atticus Finch, from To Kill a Mockingbird. He’s a patient and loving father, a man with high principles, has a strong sense of justice and a good heart. He’s also calm in a crisis, intelligent, kind, and understanding. He’s perfection! And if you visualize him as looking like Gregory Peck, who played him in the film, then there’s just nothing not to like.

I am also fond of Dawsey Adams from The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. I’m just a sucker for the strong, silent type.

How about you? Is there a fictional character you’d consider marrying?

8 thoughts on “Pryday #5

  1. Oh yes, Atticus Finch, even if he didn’t look like Gregory Peck! Also on my list are Armand Gamache (Louise Penny), Lord Peter Wimsey (and his library), and Aral Vorkosigan (Lois Bujold).

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      1. Armand Gamache is the head of Homicide for the Sûreté de Québec, in Louise Penny’s “Three Pines” mystery series. Aral Vorkosigan is from Lois Bujold’s “space opera” series – I don’t read a lot of science fiction, but I love her Vorkosigan books.

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  2. I really love how honest Rhett Butler is…I know he’s kind of portrayed as bad guy, but he’s also the kind of guy that you know he loves you when he says it. He’s not going to lie to you, he’s a devoted father, and he’ll love you as long as you let him.

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  3. I’d definitely go for Atticus Finch and Lord Peter Wimsey too but I wouldn’t say no to Mr Darcy, Mr Rochester and maybe controversially Max de Winter from Rebecca.

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