The House That Jack Built: Memories
As Aline Coutu sits in a pew, listening to the eulogies given for her beloved husband of fifty-six years, she begins to recall her life with him, expounding on the deep love and dedication they undisputedly shared for over half a century. In addition to touching on the family difficulties of her own childhood, Aline takes the reader on a journey through marriage, children, death and most importantly, what it means to live.From the beginning of their marriage, a marriage her mother said ¿would never last,¿ Aline and Al know this is a ¿match made in heaven.¿ They work at various occupations and eventually plan and build a unique residential equestrian center housing thirty or more horses and accommodating guest riders from throughout the United States and several countries abroad. Through it all ¿ financial worries, health and family issues, and the fear of the unknown ¿ Aline and Al love each other unconditionally, together like newlyweds throughout their relationship. Thanks For The Memories is a profound autobiography that will encourage readers to believe in the simplicity of love while inspiring them to never settle for anything less.
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