Davidson jumped off the bus to say hello and that serendipitous encounter would change his life.
But, says Davidson, “the new workplace requires different forms of attention than the workplace we were trained for.”
It is this iPod experiment that seems to have best schooled Davidson in the lessons of our current “mismatch.”
Davidson, 76, told me by phone that he remembers taking pictures of their bandages that day.
Davidson saw the bloodstained seat of her car and the skid marks where her car had gone off the road.
That neither Peter nor Mark had anything to do with the composition of this book is admitted by Davidson.
All hands laughed and then Colonel Davidson said: 'I thought you'd appreciate him,' he says.
The reckless demeanour of all the convicts except Davidson was most marked.
And Davidson could well afford the smiles he gave us for our chaff.
Mr. Davidson thought it would be better on the whole if he were to pass me off as his wife.