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Six Years' Worth

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Without a home or hope, suicide seems the only way for Pop to achieve elusive peace of mind. He carries the means to accomplish it. It’s a comforting thought.
With little reason, other than to escape the harsh winters of Chicago, Pop heads south on a freight train and gets off in the small farming community of Green Meadow, Texas. The suicide alternative looms large as a downtown diner refuses to serve him. But, then, a six-year-old boy holding out a cup of coffee to him changes everything. Pop’s education on relearning to live begins. Colt Bradshaw offers up Six Years’ Worth of needed wisdom.

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