I live in New York, but my life is a very American one.
I have a job, a mortgage, a car, and a mortgage.
I’m in my mid-20s.
And I love it.
My friends are cool, I’m socially awkward, and I’ve never felt alone.
I can make friends.
I am not the only one.
My generation is a bit less socially awkward than my parents’ generation, but it is the most socially awkward generation in American history.
This is partly why I am so comfortable in my life, even though it’s not what I expected.
It’s also partly why, when I think about the American dream, I think of myself.
My life was shaped by two parents who worked hard, but did so to get ahead.
My father, a factory worker, and my mother, an immigrant from China, were raised on a farm and worked as housekeepers for their grandparents.
I grew up in the suburbs, but I never really went outside.
I’ve always wanted to be part of something bigger than myself, and being part of the American Dream has been the best way for me to do that.
I started writing for the New York Times when I was 16, but that was before the birth of my second son, and when my husband was working in finance, I went to work for him.
In high school, I became a newspaper reporter for the student newspaper at my school.
I got a journalism degree and worked for two years for the Daily News.
I went on to work at The Washington Post for three years, then moved to the Times, where I covered national security and foreign policy.
I was in New Jersey for three months before moving to Chicago, where we’d live for a year.
I wrote for the newspaper for five years before moving back to New York.
The idea of having two people who are part of my life was a huge part of why I wanted to get into journalism.
My parents were the most important people in my early life, and that’s something that was a big part of me growing up.
When I was younger, my parents were still in New Zealand.
I had a really strong connection with my grandparents and my great-grandparents.
It was a very strong connection, and it was an incredibly powerful connection.
At the same time, my dad worked for the Post, so it was my job to report the news.
My job was to be the one to break the news of anything.
That was the part that was most important to me.
It also helped me grow up and figure out what I wanted.
My dad was a wonderful person, but he was also a hardworking, hardworking worker.
That’s a lot of what I’m looking for in a person, a person who will take on the challenges that come with the job.
My first job was as a reporter for a Chicago newspaper, covering the city.
I also covered a few foreign stories, which I think is what I was interested in, and then I moved to New Jersey, where my parents would be living.
After my first two years in New England, I moved back to Chicago and did my graduate work in journalism at the University of Chicago.
I then went on the road, doing research and doing research, which is really what I loved about journalism.
I would spend my evenings with my wife, who is a freelance journalist, and we’d talk about everything from sports to politics and music.
I’d write about it and tell stories about it.
I loved that aspect of it.
The thing I was really good at, and what I always wanted, was storytelling.
I think it’s one of the reasons I ended up writing about politics.
I like to talk about politics, but not just because I want to be involved in politics, and politics are a little more personal than sports.
Politics are about the power structures, the decisions that have been made, and the decisions people are making about what is good for their children.
I always felt that politics had to be about people, and about how the power of those people are affecting the people in the world.
So it was always about telling stories about the people and the stories that they are telling.
It’s the same thing I do for my job, but the way I do it has changed, and as I look back on it, it’s what I am most proud of.
I love the way that my job has been a great source of inspiration to me, and this is a place where I feel like I’ve found my calling.
If I didn’t have a journalism career, I probably would have chosen to go into a different field and have a different path.
If I had been in New Mexico or a different part of California, I might have done something more creative and maybe made more money.
I didn and I didn (not), so I didn, and so I went into politics.