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Aunt Maddie's Doggone Misadventures
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Devastated by grief when her husband was killed, Daphne Madison retreated to the innocent era of the 1950s. With her children now grown and finding their own lives and loves, Daphne decides to trade her poodle skirt for a career.
With the support of her eccentric family, she stumbles into a world where she isn't sure she wants to live. While helping her sister paint a mural at the homeless shelter, their lives become entwined with residents of the shelter and a stray dog who talks.
When work on the mural is threatened by the oversized ego of the small-town mayor and his Chihuahua-fearing hired muscle, the homeless residents team up with the town's blue-haired ladies to thwart his villainous plan.
After losing his wife and all he owned, Brenner Buildman focuses on constructing a new life for his two young children. Helping out at the homeless shelter is temporary. He didn't plan to fall in love or have his precocious son disappear into a time machine hidden by a cloaking device.