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(we didnt know about the divorce until early august of that year, so we didnt have much of a chance of looking for a home. Most nights id hit the hottub once again and I definitely got to talk to a lot of out of towners as they were visiting on business mostly. And we never had to make our beds or clean our rooms as the maids took care of that. Teachers would look at me funny when i told them i didnt have an address and that i was living in a hotel so we always had to put in a PO Box as our address.
It was sweet to invite friends over for some hot tub time tho.
and I went apartment shopping this weekend (more to come on that later), and this place we checked out reminded me of an old-school hotel.
It was billed as a “luxury” apartment building and just walking through the lobby and seeing the concierge and gym & pool, etc got me soooo excited!
Living in hotels is super common, people reading this article are imagining best western and la quinta and the like. People who live in hotels are generally drug addicts, there’s no hot tub, there no concierge there’s no room service. There are many reasons your kids can be removed; you don’t have to do anything wrong if you have an ex spouse or someone who is willing to go to any length.
But when you’ve got something in your head you gotta get it out and make sure you consider all the sides ;) Can’t go around making rash decisions all the time, now can ya? Even after seeing all those cons up there I STILL think I’d wanna give it a shot! Unfortunately though I think it’s much easier to pull off when you’re single. ——— It sounds good for someone with ,200 a month in mortgage payments.I don’t dare imagine wht the wife would say if I seriously ran this past her ;) But mark my words, I WILL find a way to do this one day! I rent an 0/mo apartment and don’t buy cable, so my total living expenses are about 0/mo. Plus, there wouldn’t be much space for the love of my life.Even if that means hitting the lottery and going back and forth between my hotel and my home forever! No, not a girl or a dog, my 46″ LCD flat screen ;) Reply At the end of 8th grade when i was 14 I was living in China.It WAS neat getting to know all the front desk attendants and playing pranks on them at night.
Kind of like the Suite Life of Zach and Cody that my kids watch now.Finally he was removed when he was told he had 3 months to get his grades up (he would go to school and air and flirt with girls and do no schoolwork in class).