It occurs to me that:
People who have failed in a job should be seriously considered for reappointment because they are likely to have learnt from their mistakes and will be eager to restore their reputation.
In The Pantiles a young man, almost certainly a music student, is performing on a violin. I am no expert but he seems to be doing so with skill. The music, Bach I think, drifts through the crowd drawing you to it. It is an adornment to a summer afternoon. It fits. I reach in my pocket for all the change I have. Above all he has no amplifier and there is no need of one.
A couple dining at a restaurant table beside a lake under a starlit sky are in the midst of an intense row. My latest short story in One Fine Day reveals its resolution. See http://www.hnjh.blogspot.com