Tonight we get words of wisdom from two of my favorite Britons ever -- Winston Churchill and George Harrison.
(Others in contention for favorite, in no particular order: John Cleese, Elvis Costello, Emma Thompson, William Shakespeare, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Sean Connery, Brian May’s hair and Laurel or Hardy -- whichever one was British.)
Over Churchill's loud objections, we'll give Harrison top billing, if only because I don't think The Bulldog could sing.
And so, Churchill provides the opening act:
Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
Heck, we're not even at the end of the beginning of this COVID-19 pandemic. Things are probably going to get pretty bad, including right here in Putnam County.
But I know there will be an end. What will life be like on the other side? I don't know. None of us do.