I bought a $4,000 home in my early 20s, and I’ve spent more than a decade in it.

I’ve built it to my specifications, and it’s still going strong.

But it’s not a vacation home.

It’s a home that you can stay in for a few months if you want.

I also bought a house in New Zealand that’s currently worth $15 million, but I spent my time there getting to know the people who live there.

I went out and bought a car, a house, and a lot of things to live there, too.

When I moved out of the house, I didn’t go home to the house anymore.

Instead, I moved into a smaller home in New Jersey, and then I bought my second house in California.

My husband and I both moved into our own houses and lived them in the same town for the first time in our lives.

I got rid of a lot more stuff.

And then, in 2019, I bought an $8.5 million house in Connecticut, and now I have three houses in Connecticut.

I’m really lucky that I’ve been able to live in different places.

I was fortunate that I got the help that I did to build that house, so I’m happy that I’m able to do this.

What’s been your favorite vacation home of all time?

I’m very lucky to have my house here in Connecticut where I grew up.

But I would love to have it anywhere else in the world, because I love living here.

What have been some of your favorite moments in your house?

One of my favorite memories is sitting on the front porch of my house, listening to the birds.

The bird songs are really sweet, and they always say something nice to me.

I think that’s what I want to have as a memory in my house.

How did you come up with your definition of a vacation house?

I had this list that I made of all the things that I wanted in my home, and what I would want as a vacation destination for me.

So I wrote it down and I had it typed up, and when I started putting it together, I was like, Oh, here we go.

I thought, Oh my god, there’s this one thing that I can do for my house that I feel like is unique.

I made it up in a couple of hours.

I feel lucky to live here.

I don’t have any other homes that I would do anything else with, so my goal is to stay here.

My goal is for this house to be the only place that I ever want to go.

How do you feel about the future of vacation homes? I don