I live in a house that has an amazing fireplace mantel, but I’ve been trying to make it a little more inviting with a little little more light and a little less clutter.
I’ve also tried to bring in more color and textures to the walls and floors.
And I have a lot of friends who live with pets, and I want to make sure that we have a place that is a great place to have them.
But I’m definitely looking forward to making more changes.
I just bought my first two-bedroom apartment and it’s really nice and spacious and really beautiful, but it’s not really the focal point for me.
If I could just move the whole house to a different part of town, that would be perfect.
It would be really cool to have an apartment on my own.
My husband loves to play in the backyard and the backyard is really beautiful.
So, yeah, I’m really looking forward, and my husband loves it.
He loves that the house is more than just a kitchen and living room.
The only way we could live here forever is to get divorced.
He would probably get a second home, but if I were to move, I’d definitely move to a nicer part of the city.
When I was growing up, I was really into the idea of being in a nice neighborhood.
So, I had the house I grew up in, and then I got married and moved to a big house with a lot more people and a lot better views.
You want to have a nice, big, modern house and you want to live in one that’s really cool.
As a kid, I would always go out and buy a lot, like $500,000 of things.
It’s a lot for a kid growing up.
What kind of people are you looking for?
How would you describe yourself?
I would describe myself as a mix between a middle class, wealthy person and a working-class person.
Because my family is middle class and my dad is rich, I just kind of blend in with that.
I’m kind of the middle ground.
Are you interested in learning more about the process of choosing a home?
I have an amazing friend that’s moving to the Midwest right now and I’m planning on living there with her for a year or two.
So I’m looking forward at the whole process of that, but at the same time, I don’t want to get too obsessed with the process.
I love buying homes, but there are some things that you can’t get a feel for just because they’re so different.
How does the transition to a new neighborhood affect you?
It definitely makes you more cautious.
First, you start out in a totally new area.
Then, the new area is different than the old one.
Then you’re not sure where to start.
So you’re constantly searching for new places and trying to find a house and find a place to live.