The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

A glimpse into the story — questioning, denial, and facing the day.

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“But why? I needed her.”

“I know, Charlie. So did I. So did Maddy. But remember, Jake and Trish taught us God only takes the best. So it makes sense that He’d take Mom.”

“Yeah. It still sucks.”

“Yes, it does. Finish packing your stuff. The contractor will be here next Monday.”




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