You Used to Live in My House.

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Createspace Independent Pub, Aug 22, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 648 pages
R. Perry Coons has thrown the door wide open with his narrative of the first 25 years of his relationship journey with his wife and family. He says, 'If you get to know us, we should give you hope.' The relationship journey of their first 25 years is full of dynamics: Newlyweds merging families and moving across the country, step-parenting, international travel, loss of the primary income, an eight month separation, and loss of immediate family members, only to find a renewed love and commitment. Do you believe growth comes through pain? We're living proof. We've enjoyed more growth in our relationship over the past four years than we did in the first twenty. Do we have the perfect marriage? If you mean one willing to do the work, yes. The love that Louisa and I share today bears little resemblance to the love that precipitated our marriage. It is so much more.

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R. Perry Coons has thrown the door wide open with his narrative of the first 25 years of his relationship journey with his wife and family. He says, "If you get to know us, we should give you hope."His background is varied, as witnessed by the many personal and professional experiences he shares with his readers. . .husband, father, grand father, runner, and disc jockey, award winning shopping center marketing director, special events coordinator, entertainment manager, Realtorreg;. Perry and his wife, Louisa, live in Denver, Colorado.

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