I was spending some nights there and others with Leigh Ann, in the house that she had moved into.
Very quickly, this became an issue for all three of us.
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They had broken up, were wrestling with how or whether to get back together and on what terms, and they were finally beginning to talk about hard disagreements and individual needs that had long gone unsaid. We also agree with you that the show ended rather inconclusively and we were a little disappointed by that.
I asked, and Chris responded with this letter: Hi Alan, Let me tell you first off that we read all of this season's recaps as you posted them.
That said, the issues that our trio was coping with were far too many and too complicated to have been dealt with in eight half-hour segments, let alone that only half of that time could be spent on our family.
The girls have now planned a two week road trip, where Leigh Ann will be attending several different pole dancing events and competitions.
She will be judging some competitions, performing at several venues and teaching workshops at each place she stops.
I will be there with my most promising fighter, Alan Jouban for his RFA welterweight championship fight.
This is a huge fight for him, me and my gym, Legends MMA, and it can be viewed live on Axis TV (formerly HDnet) October 25.
It has been a difficult time, plenty of arguments, hurt feelings and "processing," but we are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel.
This past week we had considerably more "trio time" than we have had this entire year.
I am really excited that I will have both of the girls there supporting me and even more thrilled that the girls are re-experiencing their love for each other and taking this time, away from me, to rebuild their relationship.