At home things were going fairly well. He and his wife were getting along but something was missing.
One day about four years after their son was born the love between them took a quiet stroll down the street and got lost trying to get back. They had done such a good job maintaining peace...the kind of peace made by good business practice.
After twenty years of being together they had devoted the relationship to dividing everything evenly. There were no fights, they split the rent, and all the meals had a plan. Their contract had volumes of details including the basic clause of irrevocable mistrust. The rules were designed to end all races in a tie.
The xeroxed signs on telephone poles claiming reward for lost love did nothing.