Manners & no second chance

Manners & No Second Chance

Well, it is close to midnight. V.C.W. -Virtual Cafe Wim, is still open because the question came-up to-day, 'how were Staff Members choosen to render service on Sussex Drive?'

A. Staff Members were choosen by virtue of their manner/ parental background as well.

Cafe WIM on Sussex Drive -with the NCC as its Landlord, never had authorities involvement.
There were plenty of 'cruisers' in the Byward Market, but not in Cafe Wim's 20 + years.
The place had a good sphere; carefully built and revolved on the matter of manners.

I will write a good some number of blog pages on manners. Just to give you all an idea of the history of manners is an excerpt of what the great historian John Goghlan sent to me.Castiglioni and his book of the Courtier (on manners): http://www.learn.columbia.edu/monographs/raphmon/pdf/art_hum_reading_14.pd  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4furYK1Aes

That's all.

Enjoy. Sleep well.

Wim

www.wimsically.com

PS One does not have a second chance.......to make a first impression. 

Writing about manners goes back to 1527. DELIGHTFUL reading. I hope you get the job. W.

Write a new comment: (Click here)

SimpleSite.com
Characters left: 160
DONE Sending...

Steven | Reply 05.03.2015 22:45

Fantastic writing as always. Maybe you could make V.C.W. something to look at? Do you remember the layout? Use this or similar software! www.spacedesigner3d.co

See all comments

| Reply

Latest comments

07.09 | 19:54

Delightful. Contact, nice and gentle makes my Big Day.
Love you totally.
Dad

...
07.09 | 15:12

Whether blogs or books, your way with words is both whimsical and interesting. You are a delightful inspiration - please keep writing! Happy Birthday Dad 💝

...
04.05 | 10:09

Hello. I too would love a copy of the book. I spent many a happy afternoon and evening at Wim in my teens. It was a home away from home.

...
14.03 | 15:21

Where oh where or How do i buy the book ? i cannot find it :(

...
You liked this page
Hi!
Make your own website like I did.
It's easy, and absolutely free.
AD