I live in a three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
The condo has an entrance on the ground floor, where the front door swings open and a window to the street leads to a back patio.
On the other side of the patio, a wall of window panes has been painted black, as have the back doors, where a few of the residents live.
But behind those doors is a phoenix.
The house is about six stories tall, with a total of four bedrooms, two baths and three full bathrooms.
I live there with my wife, a young woman who is 28.
She is a recent college graduate who has been working in the financial industry, as well as a full-time homemaker.
I met her when we were both working for the same firm.
We were both single parents raising our two children alone.
She was a part-time nurse, and I was a full time nurse.
I remember my mother calling me, “We’re going to be married tonight,” because I was going to take my kids to a party and she didn’t want me to stay home.
I remember her saying, “I’m so proud of you.
You’re doing everything you can to do well for your kids.”
I had always wanted to go to college, and she was so excited about that.
I thought it would be something cool for me to do, and we had been planning on getting married a few months earlier.
So, she was kind of expecting me to go.
She had always been the type of person who always planned ahead and wanted to do something special with her life.
And she just did.
I was excited about it, but also a little nervous about it.
But we were also both working part- time, and it was a lot of fun.
She’s a fulltime mother, and now that I’m married, I have to take care of my kids, and as a single mom, that’s kind of a challenge.
She had always kind of wanted to get a degree and get a job, but I think she just didn’t think she could get a full one.
She just didn`t want to go out and take all the chances.
And, at the same time, I was really happy to be in a house where my wife and I could be independent, where we could take care for our kids and our families, because we had a lot to offer.
She wanted to have a career, and, honestly, she just had not gotten the opportunity.
So she was just kind of disappointed in herself.
She didn’t see how she could do anything with that.
But she also felt like she wanted to start something, and that’s what she did.
It was like the perfect combination.
I didn’t know what to expect.
I had never been in a place like that before.
We moved into this place because we both had jobs, so I had to find something to do.
We thought we would go to a small business and work in a warehouse, and then we would move into our condo.
We would get a room on the first floor, and at night, we would just relax.
We never had any problems.
She loved the fact that I didn`re a nurse, but we never really talked about that in any of our interactions.
She said, “Why don`t you just come to the house and hang out?
We can talk about this.”
So, I just did, and within three months, she said, we were married.
After that, it was kind a big surprise for us, because I had a full schedule and everything.
It was really exciting.
I could really be myself.
She wasn`t a very outgoing person.
She also didn`T really like the idea of having a full house with a bunch of kids, because she wanted me to focus on the work.
We had a huge amount of things going on.
I worked in retail and she worked in real estate.
We went out a lot, and my job was very similar to hers.
I would go on business trips to Hawaii, and on those trips, she would go out for dinners and just hang out with us.
I also did a lot more of the housework, because my work schedule was not as big as hers, so she was doing most of the cooking and laundry, and taking care of all the kids.
My wife wanted to live here with me.
She has a great job and we were already living together, and everything was great.
I loved the way we looked together, because everything was so different.
She`s always been this very laid-back, very quiet person.
We really clicked together.
I think that was a big part of our relationship, because of her being this very quiet, quiet person, and also