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September 4, 2013 12:00 AM

Boise State on Business by Nancy Napier: Serendipity can strike when you’re open to the unexpected

I met my husband standing in line for graduate school registration. Turned out we lived in the same apartment complex. I had a car; he had a bike. He could cook, and I was tired of eating fish sticks every night. A marriage made in heaven that started from an exchange of transportation, food and professional interests. What luck that I was standing in that line on that day in that place. Luck? Or maybe serendipity?

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