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I had just settled onto the couch to watch some television when the phone rang.
"You available?" a familiar voice asked.
"I'll be there in 20 minutes."
"I'll leave the door unlocked, I'm going to jump in the sho--."
I sipped my beer as I sat at a table in the bar, casually looking out over Loch Lomond. I had some documents in front of me, on the table, but I was rapidly getting bored. I knew what I was going to talk about when I met my clients in the morning. I had my power point presentation ready and I was confident I could deliver it. I put a paper down and looked out the window again.
"Hi there, I'm Chris," I say, as we meet for the first time and shake hands.
"Lovely to meet you. Come on in," you say.
We walk through to the kitchen/diner.
"Cup of tea or coffee -- or would you prefer something stronger?" you ask.
"Coffee would be great," I reply, "One sugar and not too strong, thanks."