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Why you should move to californias house, says ex-teacher

My ex-school teacher in California gave me the news of her moving into her new home.

I had moved to the US and lived in a flat for a year, and was already working for a non-profit, working on a film.

She told me that I should stay put and she was going to take me to New York to stay with her family.

That was three years ago. 

In California, we’re already at the end of the year.

I didn’t have a mortgage, and I’m lucky that I have a job and the rent is cheap, so I don’t have to worry about it.

But if you’re in a situation where you can’t afford to stay in your current home, it’s not always an option. 

What is your ideal house? 

It depends.

For me, I don´t want a house where there’s nothing but trees and water.

I want to be able to move from one place to another and be able go anywhere I want. 

Where are you living? 

I’m in London, and my agent and I are going to see about getting a house.

I think it’s going to be in a good location, but the houses are not all that nice.

I donít know whether it will be in the centre of London or some sort of suburb. 

Is it hard to find places? 

In London, it takes me about an hour to walk from my flat to the house.

But it takes a lot longer to get to the place.

There are also some things that are hard to get, such as a toilet and a washing machine. 

Do you need to do much of anything? 

No, not at all.

It’s not that I don�t need to be outside or to be busy, it�s just that it’s too much. 

Are you comfortable with your new place? 

Not at all, although it might get better with time. 

If you could move anywhere in the world, what would it be? 

If I had to choose one, it would be France.

I love France and I love my new home, so if I could go anywhere in France, I would. 

How did you get to New Zealand? 

There were lots of opportunities when I was in England.

I moved there because I thought I could work with my agent. 

You said that you were getting a job when you arrived. 

Yes, I was. 

Can you explain how you found out? 

When I was at school, there was a newspaper article about the student housing crisis, and people who were interested in the program told me they could move to New-Zealand. 

Did you have any problems? 

They weren’t that big, I thought, but they were annoying. 

Your agent said she was working on film and could take you to New Jersey. 

I don’t know what to tell you. 

Why did you go? 

For me, it was to find something more stable, a place that was better for me. 

Any regrets? 

Yes.

I feel that if I had stayed in England, I could have made more money. 

Have you spoken to the students? 

My agent told me to go back to New England because the people there weren’t as nice. 

When you moved in, did you notice anything different? 

The first week was very strange.

There were no trees or birds, and no people around. 

It was very quiet, but when I started to get a job, I felt different. 

So, what did you do to change? 

To be honest, I wasn’t that interested in working in film.

It was a very hard life.

But I did want to find a job. 

Who are your friends? 

Most of my friends in the film industry have moved to New London. 

Has your family moved? 

Oh no, they don’t.

I’m not really related to them, so they don´ts have any issues with me.