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Monday giveaway: Can you guess which actor I have a "crush" on?

So, I am out of meaningful posts at the moment. 

My husband and I watched an older movie last night with one of our favorite actors.  And it reminded me of a conversation  I had with my hubby several months ago . . .

We were watching TV and the same actor was on.  After a few minutes, I looked at my husband and said, "Do not take this the wrong way, but is it OK if I have a crush on ______?"

He laughed, and said, "No, but only because he is Catholic!"

Now, if you know me in real life, you know that I am not one of those women who even thinks about getting crazy about actors, etc.  And when I say I have a crush, I mean that I think he is handsome, and that he is a moral, upright type of man.  Now, he cannot hold a candle to my hubby, but as far as actors go, I hold him in higher esteem than most.

So, I am trying to make this fun.  Make a guess as to who this is.  I think most of you will easily guess this.

For all who get it right, you will be entered in a giveaway! 

What is the giveaway, you ask??  It is a care package surprise with some of my favorite things!!

You have until Friday to guess and enter! 

Good luck!!
 

Comments

  1. Oh geez, I wanna say Mel Gibson, but he's sorta crazy now. Maybe Chris O'Donnell? He sort of does it for me :)

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  2. Oh wait, can I get a second guess? Jim Caviezal!!

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  3. It's got to be James Caviezel :)

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  4. If this posts twice, I am so sorry! But it's got to be James Caviezel :)

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  5. Well, I'm gonna go obvious- current tv actor, has some 'old-ish' movies...Jim Caviezel?

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  6. plus, i should add, he is very handsome!

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  7. I am guessing your crush is my favorite Catholic actor and that's Jim Caviezel. Or it could be my other favorite leading Catholic latino man and that's Eduardo Verastegui. I love both of them for the reasons you mentioned and their movies!

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  8. I'm guessing your crush is the same as my favorite leading Catholic actor and that's Jim Caviezel. Or it could be my other favorite leading Catholic latino man and that's Eduardo Verastegui. I love both of them for the same reasons you mentioned and their awesome movies!

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  9. Mel Gibson? JK!! I have no idea. I really couldn't name any catholic actors.

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  10. Ryan Gosling. We just went to a movie with him in it. I saw or heard something about him being Catholic. <3

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  11. I really don't know who is or who isn't Catholic in the acting world, however, after reading all the comments, the consensus point to Jim Caviezel. I am hoping they know you! lol Anyway, I am going to copy from them and say Jim Caviezel. Hope you are having a great week!

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  12. Oooo, how about Eduardo Verastegui? He is one of my favorite Catholic actors, and he's pretty darn easy on the eyes! :) This is fun....I can't wait to know the answer!

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  13. I'd say Eduardo Verastegui also. I met him at the March for Life a few years ago and I have to say the man is beautiful!!! :)

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  14. I'd say Eduardo Verastegui also. I met him at the March for Life a few years ago and I have to say the man is beautiful!!! :)

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    1. If I gave any hints, I think you all would know exactly who it is ;)

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  16. I have no idea:) But your items look awesome:)
    Hope you had a great week!

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