PEG AND POG’S VALENTINE WISH
Peg and Pog and Glenda send a special Valentine wish to all lovers. February 14 is the traditional day for sending a Valentine wish to your sweetheart.
Romance is in the Air
Romance! What exactly does it mean? According to the Macmillan dictionary online, at http://www.macmillandictionary.com/thesaurus/british/romance#romance_5 the countable noun, ‘romance’ is “a feeling of excitement that you get from new and slightly dangerous experiences.” Until Pog met Peg he had not experienced anything particularly exciting or dangerous. Break dancing, although being somewhat exciting and dangerous, had not had any romantic effects on Pog. Of course break dancing on his own, in private, did not set Pog up for any romantic encounters.
Peg and Pog know a thing or two about romance
Pog can thank his unique execution of the ‘orbital rotation’ break dance move as the catapult (literally) that lands him among the roses and his ‘romantic awakening.’
Peg captures the very essence of romance in her language of love. How can Pog say ‘no’ to the angelic vision of Peg as he regains consciousness (among the roses). Of course, the only response he can offer is that of a gentleman, “Yes, thank you very much.” Pog feels an overwhelming urge of love for the angel who appears before him.
Such sensitivity! Such insight! The wonder and mystery that overtakes Peg and Pog must be romance. Feelings of ecstasy, unconditional love and joy as two souls reach out to each other and meld together in harmony!
What Peg actually says to Pog is of no importance. For Pog, the message is clear and he is excited. The ‘language of love’ is indeed powerful and potent. It has the effect of sweeping all concerns away and, as Pog experiences, it can snap a bloke from a dazed state to full alertness in a moment!