One Red Tulip Survived

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Ex Number Two’s house was trashed. Literally. In 2002, there had been a house fire. The story goes that when the guy was away on one of his business trips, his daughter threw a load of clothes in the dryer and went out to help her mother deliver their morning newspapers. No, this paper route didn’t belong to the daughter. It was the wife’s part-time job, and she roped her kids…

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