In spite of the blog title, this isn't a blog about literally chasing Wentworth Miller...or stalking him...or even trying to find out where he lives. There are enough people out there hunting him down...I'm sure he could use a break! :)
I was perusing You Tube recently and came across an interview with Wentworth and Ellen. Now, as a bit of background, my friend has threatened me precisely 7,550 times to within an inch of my life to watch Prison Break so she can chatter incessantly about it, but I just never got around to it. Then, I saw the boy on Ellen (I know he's not a boy. He's a year older than me, but he has a baby face). And there was something about his personality that drew me in (along with every other woman, gay man, most straight men and all animals out there!). Granted, he's an actor and all, but he just struck me as such a down-to-earth guy that I sat and listened. And he's funny and charming and disarmingly calm (except for his fidgeting fingers!) and I was staring at him thinking, "He and I would be fast friends!". I do realize that every other person in the world thinks they can offer up a perfect partnership for him as well, but I really felt like, in a non-celebrity based world, if the world was just a little bit smaller, he and I would be friends. And a thought crossed my mind that I would like to surround myself with people of the same high moral caliber. That doesn't mean I think he's perfect. Actually, the thing that caught my attention the most was the fact that he doesn't seem like a male version of a diva and that's refreshing and impressive considering his legion of fans! I'm quite certain that this sounds like sheer lunacy, but it's my blog and I'll dream if I want to. :) This is my journey to find new friends. My quest is to find the Wentworth Millers of this world to stand by my side.
(Oh, and I watch Prison Break now...and LOVE it!)
Song of the day: Let This Be Our Prayer - Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli