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When I was a kid, my dad had a closet full of creepy craftsman houses

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A few years ago, my father, a craftsman, lived in a home where there were only a few pieces of furniture.

We called them craft houses.

It was a pretty neat, clean house.

But it was a home full of weird stuff.

I remember the first thing my dad did when he opened the door to the attic was to find a creepy craftman house in the basement.

My dad thought it was funny.

I was 12 years old.

I thought it meant I had some kind of supernatural connection to that house.

I never told anyone what I found there, and I didn’t tell my mom about it either.

My mom has a long and storied history of dealing with weird stuff, and she knows what weird things happen to people who find themselves in that attic.

So she decided to talk to my dad about it.

It wasn’t that long after I told my mom that I had found a craftman’s house in my attic, that he said, “Oh, that was the creepy craft house in that basement?”

I remember thinking, “Well, maybe it was that creepy craft.

Maybe it was the guy who lived in the attic who lived there.”

And he was like, “No, no, no.

That was actually a very weird place, and it’s just like the other weird houses in the neighborhood.”

He went on to say, “There were all kinds of strange things in there.

A really creepy door.

A lot of things that you could see and feel.”

He said he didn’t want to talk about it, but my dad kept telling me that he didn: He was convinced that I was crazy and that he was being a little too nosy.

But after we talked about it and after we moved out of the house, I went back and looked and I found a different house that had the exact same things, including a creepy craftsperson’s attic.

But the difference was, the old house was just a lot smaller.

And the house I found in the garage was just about the same size as the old crafthouse, but the door was gone.

It had been replaced with an attic door that was not locked.

So, this was the beginning of a weird friendship between my dad and me.

The weirdness went on for years, and we eventually started having a conversation about the house.

In the years that followed, we became friends, and then we ended up going to the same movies together.

My parents had a really good relationship with each other, so we ended it.

They were very supportive, and they helped me make the movie.

So it’s interesting how that friendship can grow into something really amazing.

But I think my dad has learned something from it.

I think he’s been able to be kind of protective of me.

He’s been very protective of his house.

He would say, You know what?

It’s a craft house, but it’s a really, really strange craft house.

It’s weird.

And I think that he’s realized that he has to try to help me get over that.

He didn’t like me being weird, but he wanted to help, and he wanted me to have an experience that was different.

So I think we’ve learned that friendship is about the things that we care about.

I’m going to say this: He is the person that we talk to most about movies.

And my dad is one of the people who really cares about movies, which I think is a very special thing.

You know, there are so many great movie stars, and there are just so many wonderful people that he admires and loves.

I really love the fact that he thinks of me as a kindred spirit.

It feels really nice to know that he sees my kind of humor in things, that I like movies and things like that.

I like people who are really into movies, and that’s the kind of person he is.

So that’s how we became best friends.

And that’s what I love about my dad.

We’ve learned a lot from one another.

And we’ve grown.

We have a lot of good friends.

We’re friends now, but I don’t think it’s as if we’re any better or any better at things that our relationship was meant to be.

I don’ think I have any more secrets that we don’t already know.

We talk a lot about movies and TV and things.

I’ve never talked about how I’m doing in school.

I have no idea what my dad thinks about my grades.

He doesn’t even know what my grades are.

He just knows I’m good.

So there’s this strange dynamic.

I know what I want to do, and my dad doesn’t know what he wants to do. So we don

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