Churchillian Perspectives on Lovers Day
I thought I would do something a little different today for Valentine’s Day.
I receive newsletters, email, poems, etc, all talking in beautiful, sweet, soppy, pathetic, glorious and other ways about love. They are good and some very moving. I am taking a little different approach just because….No reason given other than I want to.
When Churchill was in his 20’s and was still wearing a moustache he took a young lady to dinner. During dinner he found that she belonged to an opposing political party (somewhat relevant to our current political climate) and had views he did not ascribe to. Towards the end of the dinner she commented, “Mr. Churchill, I care neither for your politics nor your moustache.” Churchill replied, “Don’t distress yourself because you are not likely to come in contact with either!”
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