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Thanks for the shout Paul!

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same ;)

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Book number 2... lets go Paul!!!

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This was very interesting, the similarities when reflecting on my childhood, it was the always the friend that lived closest that was the "best" friend and those relationships have lasted into adulthood but not cohabitation. We talked about doing it in our older years if our significant others passed first, time will tell. Best wishes for continued happiness!

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Excited to see the new script that you & Angie write for yourselves as parents!

Appreciate the shout out :)

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Would love to hear more about your process of making a place feel like home in two days! Me and my wife living between China and Europe can relate to your story, and the most difficult challenge I always face is distance to friends and family

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And what’s your take on living close to nature vs living close to friends? Haven’t been able to reconcile those two

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Good one Paul.

This one made me nostalgic for my high school and college days when good friends were a short walk or phone call away. Now things are much more difficult.

Making friends with similar interests and schedules is extremely difficult, especially since I'm married now.

My wife is also a very private person, so various co-living arrangements would be a hard sell. It would be great to have friendly neighbors though. Anything is better than living alone in city.

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The American solo hustle

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