3rd Episode of The Man: 100 years after! A Music From The Past Preparing The Future!

May 30, 2009

Earliest portrait of Washington, painted in 1772 by Charles Willson Peale, shows Washington in uniform as colonel of the Virginia Regiment

Earliest portrait of Washington, painted in 1772 by Charles Willson Peale, shows Washington in uniform as colonel of the Virginia Regiment

3rd Episode of The Man: 100 years after! A Music From The Past Preparing The Future!
 
The first gift of Robin, the man with velvet eyes to Sharon, his future wife, will be nice leather gloves. In a store, they interviewed some clients to know more about their Country Czechoslovakia and have new friends but it didn’t work and they bought only the gloves and some perfume.
At the restaurant, they met a young man who was the father of a little boy named Orson Welles and Robin gave the child an article of the newspapers in english titled: The War is Over between Russia and Washington, a sad story about diplomacy and Africa. Orson cried, then was authorized by his father to ask the diplomat why he had eyes like a velvet skin.
There was a band playing some local music and on the wall a large painting of the founder of the United States, George Washington by Charles Willson Peale. The couple left after they invited the father and his son to New York in the 1940’s and they said: it will be 100 years ago because the memory of this day is already recorded by our friendship and history! Velvet eyes and leather gloves were now happy for about 20 years… and more. But the desire to loose of the human race was the last enemy that will create chaos to prevent the continuity of a fine part of the destiny.
Fred Vidal, PhD
Masy 30,  2009
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