Arthur goes to the cemetery by bus daily to visit his dead wife and have lunch with her there. Maddy goes there daily because she has also suffered a loss and is an outcast at school. Meeting there and chatting, Maddy gives Arthur the name of “Truluv” because he truly did love his wife. They become friends and together form a bond that helps each other. When Maddy needs a place to live, generous Arthur opens his house to her. Then their neighbor Lucille moves in, and the trio form an unbreakable relationship that weathers heartbreak and loss, together no matter what may come their way. This was a delightful story of humanity reaching out to others and doing what you can to help, unselfishly and without thought of what you can get from it.
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