I live in a house with a view of the ocean, a large front yard, and two huge, fully furnished bathrooms.
The house was built in 1998 and sits on 2,200 square feet.
I live there with my wife, two kids, and four cats.
The only thing I really miss is my yard, so my parents moved into this house.
When we moved in, I wanted a house that looked like it would be in my backyard, so we bought it.
But we were in shock when we got it.
The whole interior was covered in moss, and it was pretty dark inside.
There were no appliances, no lights, and there were no gas pumps.
The walls and ceiling were so thick that you could barely see out of the house.
We got a new garage door, a new shower, and a new front door.
But I just couldn’t get over how dark it was.
I don’t know why I kept coming back here, but every year I kept returning.
When I looked around, I saw that the house had been converted to an outdoor swimming pool.
It had a big pool and two water slides.
But the pool was totally dark.
We called it the Pool of Darkness.
My wife and I were getting old and wanted to move to a bigger house.
So I thought, “What if I buy another house?”
So I bought a bigger one.
I had a friend who lived in the house and told me to come see him and see if he wanted to buy it.
He had a nice house, and I wanted to get a bigger, nicer house.
But it wasn’t that big.
So we went to the realtor and asked for a bigger deal.
She said, “I’ll take it.”
I called my friend and said, ‘Look, if you’re not willing to pay the extra $2,500, I’m not buying.’
“I had to take the offer.
I knew my friend would be glad to sell it.
So he did.
So when we went back and looked, the front door had gone up and down, and the garage door had been closed.
The front door was still open.
I called the realtors office and said to the receptionist, “There’s a big, big sign on the door that says, ‘No Resale.'”
I went back to the house, opened the door, and my friend said, “‘This is a nice home, but there’s no sign saying no resale.'”
The realtor asked if I wanted my money back, and after I told her I had no desire to sell the house again, she said, “[You] will have to sign a release that says you can never sell this house again.”
So that was the end of that.
I moved to another state, and now I live with my parents.
I was glad to see them.
But they still had the house in my yard.
It’s a very nice house.