Royal newlyweds home from seychelles honeymoon in August
After more than two and a half decades of searching for their dream home, a married couple from North York are excited to be able to share their home with the family in Jamaica.
The couple, whose real name is Karen and Brian Robinson, plan to move into the three-bedroom apartment located at the edge of a waterfront walkway near the Kingston River and the Queen Elizabeth II Estuary.
Dressed in traditional dress, their only stipulations are that they will be allowed to eat out once a week — no pizza or sugary sugary treats. “There is no alcohol on the premises,” Karen Robi바카라사이트nson told CBC Toronto.
The couple is planning to bring their three dogs with them, which include a chihuahua and a golden retriever, and a new sofa and armchairs designed specifically for a holiday.
But not all is as it appears. The couple s더킹카지노ays that they’ve decided to sell their home — which is worth $15,200, a카지노 사이트ccording to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation — as a means to bring stability to the area where the couple’s daughter was born.
“We want to take a chance that I can have my own home again, that this place will become a little bit more comfortable, that the people that live here will become a bit more friendly.”
Karen Robinson told CBC Toronto the couple have been working on the idea for over three years.
“The goal was for us to get the house in order, and we’ve met every requirement that we’ve needed to do,” she said.
One of the first things that the home is expected to have is a private bath and shower.
“We’re a little bit worried with a lot of the things we’ve learned in life and in these three years, where do we draw the line? What’s next? Where does it get a little uncomfortable? The shower has to be private and has to feel like a bedroom,” Robinson said.
“What we’re really getting at here is that if we can get a private, safe, warm shower in our house, we should be pretty happy.”
The couple also want to ensure that the residents at the apartment will see that they were not the only ones with a dream of owning their own home.
The couple’s daughter, who also plays a major role in the construction of their home, plans to attend private lessons this fall as a result of their home purchase.
The couple hopes t