Two weeks ago, I had the unusual experience of being driven to a store visit by an elderly lady I got talking to at the local railway station, who turned out to be a regular customer there.
During the 10-minute drive, she talked non-stop about the owner, how he had built his business out of the ruins of another shop, befriended the community, offered everything she needed to buy and charged prices…
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