Monday, September 29, 2008
Kathryn Morris Should Be Mine
Am I being presumptuous? No. I don't think so. It's just totally rudimentary that Kathryn Morris should be mine. And just how did I arrive at this conclusion? It's simple really. The fact is 1) I love her; 2) I'm crazy in love with her; 3) I want her more than I could ever explain; 4) She was created for me 5) I know we would be good together; 6) I know I can make her very happy; 7) the only thing she'll need to do to make me happy is just be mine so you see, it's perfect. Why aren't we together? Why doesn't she know it? It's just some cruel twist of fate; that's what it is. Some cosmic shift somewhere in the universe. But guess what. I'm not going to rest until I find that shift and bring it perfectly back into alignment. You can take that to the bank. And here's another thing. I've already sat down and mapped out the way to fix things until I locate the shift itself. I don't walk blindly into anything, at least I try not to. It doesn't always work out the way I plan but you can count on one thing - I always give it my best shot. I go above and beyond board. I put my all into it. I am relentless in my pursuits. I dive right in. I pour my heart and soul into it. I trudge on no matter what. I brace myself against that head-wind and put one foot before the other (yada yada). Now I'm not going to outline these plans out here for all my readers to indulge it. Oh no, I'm smarter than that. Don't want anyone stealing my sure-fire plan. No way. I'll divulge this much though, it involves some stalking, some secret admire type letters and maybe, just maybe some breaking and entering might come into play. This plan is as sure as the sun shining during the day and the moon shining at night. Her career began in 1991 where she had small roles in a number of television movies - Long Road Home, Cool As Ice, A Friend To Die For, Family Values, Murder She Wrote, Ink, Silk Stalkings and Xena: Warrior Princess to name a few. She began gaining fame when she played the role of Lt. Annalisa "Stinger" Lindstrom in the television series Pensacola: Wings of Gold in 1997. In 2001 and 2002 director Steven Spielberg cast her in Artificial Intelligence: A.I. and Minority Report. She also had a major role opposite Clive Owen in 2002 in Hostage - a movie that I enjoyed. It wasn't until 2003 however that she caught my attention when she appeared with Ben Affleck and Uma Thurman in Paycheck. Morris might very well be best known for her lead role as detective Lilly Rush in Cold Case (2003). The CBS show recently completed it's fifth season and has been renewed for a sixth. In 2004 she was cast in Mindhunters, in 2007 Resurrecting the Champ and 2008 Assassination of a High School President. I could not in any way finish the post without mentioning how fascinated I am with Kathryn's eyes. I swear I drown in them. I love her eyes. She's got amazing, alluring, somewhat subtly sexy eyes. And did I mention that her hair is perfect? Well it is. I love it. UPDATE!!! First of all let me say that I sincerely appreciate that people take the time to leave a comment. However, I would just like to take an opportunity to remind everyone that most of these blogs are composed in jest, especially the first few paragraphs. When I compiled this Kathryn Morris blog, it was done with the most comical intent. As a result, it puts a creepy spin on it for me when comments are left begging me not to kill her or hurt her or someone she loves. I urge you to go to the top of Slym Pickings and read the description of my blog. If you are leaving comments to include such things and it's in a humorous way, please include "LOL" or "joking", etc with your comment. A classic example is the comment left by Anonymous on 19 August 2009 at 12:27. Thanks again for taking the time.