Being good and competent often isn’t enough when a rival has a smidgeon of luck and good fortune on his side. Clive accepted this in his school days, but how does he react in later business life when the opportunity to even things up presents itself?
The Way the Cookie Crumbles
Audrey was the first person I saw. It was almost as if she’d been waiting for me. She still had the same engaging smile, and the same attractive appearance. A gap of fifteen years was bridged easily.
I don’t really like reunions: I tend to live in the present and look forward to the future rather than dwell on past experiences, although that’s not a hard-and-fast rule.
I hadn’t kept in touch with any of my old school friends. Just out of curiosity, I’d looked at the website Friendsreunited.com and discovered that my school was planning a reunion evening on Saturday, April 20th.
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