Ages ago, DH emailed this quote to me because it struck a chord with him. And every now and then — like today — I open up the file and re-read it.
I don’t know how accurate it is, because he spotted it on some website and hey, they didn’t even spell the source’s surname correctly. (Dudes, when you’re quoting someone, it’s so not cool to misspell their name.)
But misspellings and sources aside, for no other reason than “just because”, I’d like to share it with you.
“What remains of a woman when she is in the dark? When she has undressed, when she has taken off her dress, when we can no longer see her makeup and her wonderful hair, her beautiful eyes, when she takes of her jewelry, what is left? Only her charming voice and her perfume.”