When I got married, I wanted a house with a swimming pool

When I was in my 20s, I bought a home in the suburbs of Melbourne.

But when I got to the age of 55, I realised that I’d be stuck with my current home.

So I asked my husband, “How much will you be paying for it?”

He told me he would be paying around $150,000.

“What is the cost of the swimming pool?”

I asked.

He told me about a $1,000 water heater that would run for $300 a month.

When I looked at the pictures of the house, I was amazed that I would have to pay that much for a water heater.

Then I asked him, “Why don’t you buy me a boat?”

He told the truth.

I bought a boat from him.

But the boat didn’t last long.

I’ve been a boatman for over 30 years.

My boat had been broken in two, so I had to sell it.

But I was able to find another boat.

It took me five years to get a new boat.

I was lucky to have a boat in my life, but I wasn’t going to be able to afford a new one in the next five years.

I wanted to buy a boat for myself, but couldn’t afford it.

I asked him about the cost.

He told the story of how he sold his boat.

I’m not a millionaire.

I was told it would be around $350,000 to buy my own boat.

So the question became, “Where do you think that boat is going to end up?”

He said, “It’ll end up somewhere I don’t know.”

It was just a dream for me, a dream I couldn’t live up to.