Oh yes I am, madly, truly, deeply. I'm smitten. He is such a very handsome chap and I'm struck with his wild, organic beauty. Sigh! Who wouldn't fall for a guy like that? I think there should be a law against being as handsome as he is. It's simply not fair. Looking at my beautiful Doctor makes me go weak at the knees. He is so gorgeous, so tall and so mysterious.
And did I mention handsome? My Doctor is IMO the doubly-dug fantasy of many a female gardener. And he smells nice too. What more could a girl possibly want? This is the kind of Doctor whom I'd love to make house calls, to my house. ;-) I wonder what his bedside manner is like. Hmmmmmmmmm.....
Yes, yes, that's all very well YE, I hear you say, but Doctor Who?
And that's a good question. Who is this Doctor of mine that I've fallen so madly in love with? It is not the chap you've been looking at for the last minute or so.;-) Cute he may be and I really like the new Doctor Who series especially now that he, David Tennant, is playing the lead as he is so much more easier on the eyes than his predecessor was, but he's not the one that makes my knees tremble. Sorry David, I know that this must come as such a blow. ;-)
The Doctor that I've fallen deeply in love with, my Doctor, is this one:
drop dead gorgeous Doctor Jamain, Souvenir du Docteur (he's French you know) Jamain to give him his full name. The pic doesn't do him justice as his real colour is such a deep, dark, rich and velvety burgundy red and he smells absolutely divine. My Doctor is such a stunner and he's great up against a wall (ahem) and he looks good in a vase too.
Not many chaps have that claim to fame!
copyright 2008 Y.E.W. Heuzen
pictures of Dr Who courtesy of Scifi.com and the Official Dr Who site of the BBC, bbc.co.uk/drWho
Roses are for fearless hearts, the ones that bleed and bloom again.
Dominique Browning, House&Gardens, March 2001