Rand(om) Pictures From Bushman’s Kloof

Posted on
Feb 4, 2015
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Warning: Today’s post is all about me gushing over my husband. The jaded and cynical may want to skip it entirely, or possibly read it with a barf bucket at hand. Because holy cats, you guys: he’s really effing cute.

 

I can’t get over this shot. I think he looks so handsome:

 

This one, too:

 

This one looks like it’s out of a friggin magazine.

I mean, COME ON. What the hell.

 

He wasn’t even feeling well on this trip, you guys. THIS IS WHAT HE LOOKS LIKE WHEN HE IS SICK.

 

Let’s compare this to how I looked in South Africa:

Notice how I resemble a piece of cheese that’s been left out in the sun while my husband was basically a Jewish Indiana Jones.

 

Let’s call him Ishmael Jones.

I kept swooning. Let’s just pretend it was because of the heat.

Leave a Comment

  • Colleen

    I wish I looked that good when I am sick. My hair would be ugly.

  • Rose

    The haircut, the hat, the sunglasses, the smile. He does have it all in these shots!

  • The way you talk about Rand reminds me so much of how I feel about Steve. It always makes me smile. Thank you 🙂

  • Andi

    O stop it you’re gorgeous. You and Rand deserve each other 😉

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