Tracey Crouch, Conservative Member of Parliament for Chatham and Aylesford, has an article on Conservative Home. On a purely man/women ‘attraction basis’ some may say that ‘Our Trace’ is a tad plain, but then I am a ‘plain’ sort of a chap and would be quite willing to ‘crouch’ for – and before – her.
After all, what’s not to like? She drinks wine and likes a trip to the pub; swears a tad; is prepared to stand at the side of a football pitch attempting to ‘freeze off’ that which she obviously has not got – but gives the impression she has; she shirks not at killing spiders. On the downside, she leaves shoes lying about; leaves coffee mugs all around the place; she likes X-Factor and what she calls ‘Trash TV’.
By nature women always try – and usually succeed – in changing the habits of the man with whom they ‘end-up’. Always up for a challenge, were I decades younger, ‘Our Trace’ could well be a candidate to attempt a role-reversal where the process of ‘imposing change’ is concerned.
She makes a fair point, where the importance of a member of society is concerned, by comparing herself, as an MP, with her next-door neighbours; a policeman on one side and a care worker on the other – and promptly then spoils her image, where being an MP is concerned:
“Like everyone else this is a career path I chose…….”
Oh well, back to ‘search mode’………………….