Wednesday, September 07, 2016

My first love

I wonder if I was pre puberty or post puberty when I first fell in love with a man. I really can't remember. I suspect the former because I never thought about I would do with a him, aside from marry him, he hold me in his arms and we would live happily ever after. I just loved him, simply and innocently. His name was Little Joe Cartwright. If you don't know who am I talking about, bad luck. You can Google him.


The actor Michael Landon died in 1991 at the age of 54 of pancreatic cancer. Looking back so many years later, I still get twinges.

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  1. Do you have a poster of him on your wall?

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    1. Have just discovered your blog and really enjoying it. As a young girl I was in love with Little Joe too!!! Ah the memories....

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    2. Diane, as a teen if there was a poster available of him I would have put it on my wall.

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    3. Thanks Brama. It is nice to have loved without lust.

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  2. I think we all had a crush on Michael Landon. I know I did:)

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    1. Sandra, there was something about him, for sure.

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  3. He was rather cute Andrew, I rather fancied his older brother bad boy Adam :)

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    1. Grace, I had to google Adam and I don't remember him at all. I remember the father and Hoss. Clearly you like the uber male.

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  4. Every one has a figure/face/personality that stands out from the other 3485505012902 billion people on the planet. When I first saw/heard Alan Alda in 1968, I changed my entire perspective on men.

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    1. Hels, it was a rubbish movie, but I liked Alda in Same Time Next Year. I rather like his take on the world now.

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    1. Gosia, he was indeed.

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  6. That first love stays with us doesn't it?

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    1. EC, in this case, yes it has.

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  7. He was gorgeous.
    Even in maturity his looks only improved.

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    1. Jayne, he had good hair. As you know, R has good hair. It helps.

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  8. I'm with Grace, I preferred Adam. I was also smitten by a young Indian Actor named Sajid Khan and now I can't even remember what TV show he was in.

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    1. Oh god yes...he was gorgeous. The show was called Maya...it had the kid who played Dennis the Menace in it too. Those were the days!!

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    2. Well River, I just can't remember Adam at all. Sajid now seems to be a fat old Indian. I think I can something in him when he was younger.

      Brama, I don't remember the show, but I do remember Dennis the Menace.

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    3. Thank you Brama, Maya it was. I wonder if it is available on dvd at all? And would I still enjoy it after all these years? Probably not.

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  9. David Bowie, first, last and always... although I thought the boy who played the young Caine in the Kung Fu tv series was rather handsome. I believe his name was Radames Pera.

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    1. Cranky, it took me time to remember, but yes, he was a sweet looking lad. I can't even guess at his ethnic heritage by his name. David Bowie was hot. Must be time for you to watch the video clip China Girl again. Nice ass.

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  10. I never fell in love with posters or pictures of actors, I just found them handsome and tried to find a twin in real, lol !

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    1. Gattina, I bet you did too.

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  11. You were in love with him? I was too! My favorite character on Bonanza.

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    1. We are about the same age I think. I was too young to have lustful thoughts really. I just wanted him for.......dunno really. Do you know the word dunno? Don't know.

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