Randall Neece had it all - a successful career in television, a perfect marriage to his husband, Joe, and a future that was all mapped out. That map was suddenly run through a shredder when Randy was diagnosed with AIDS at a time when there was no hope of survival. Yet, something remarkable happened. Guided by Joe's love and commitment, and by tackling obstacles and facing his own fears, Randy realized that he had found a place he'd forgotten existed. He found a placed called tomorrow. Written with humor and unflinching honesty, Randy's story unveils the triumph of the human spirit and reflects the true meaning of love, companionship, and marriage. Gone Today, Here Tomorrow is an inspirational love story for our times.down to the ground, including the houses They were all rundown track homes with converted backyards of concrete, lined with rows of ... and forth as we walked by Despite the reasonably clean conditions, the odor of dog shit and urine permeated the concrete floor, ... idea of moving out of the city appealed to me I had lived in Laurel Canyon for twenty-five years, and during that time, it had changedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Gone Today, Here Tomorrow|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2012-07-24|