When You See That Door Frame, It’s Like You Saw It With Your Own Eyes

A photo from the perspective of someone who saw it with their own eyes and can’t imagine what happened to it or the person who owned it is the best thing you can say about the scene that will remain forever in their mind.

But even that photo won’t tell you all that you need to know about the event that changed your life forever.

The Lad Bible, an evangelical church in Oklahoma, holds that the photo was actually taken on April 1, 1992, when a stranger knocked on the door of a house where two young people lived.

They didn’t say a word, just knocked on a door.

When the door opened, they said hello.

“You have a beautiful house, beautiful house,” one of them said.

The young man who lived there at the time told his story in a 1992 story called The Door Frame: When It Happened, which became an internet sensation when it was shared on Reddit.

The story is about a young man named Jeff who, when asked by his friend if he could rent the house, said yes.

Jeff lived in the house with his mother and her boyfriend, who was a football player.

He told The Lad that he thought he could live there, but that his mother had told him the door frame would be too expensive and the boyfriend would not be able to move in.

He thought about buying it and then realizing he would have to pay the mortgage on it.

So he went to the bank, but he didn’t get a loan.

“I told him if he was ever going to get a job, he needed to go and get a real job,” Jeff told The New York Times.

“And he said, ‘I’m not going to.’

And he said the money’s not coming back.

He said he was going to kill himself.”

Jeff went to jail for about two years, but when he was released, he had no job and no money.

That’s when he decided to try to sell the house.

Jeff told his mother that he wanted to buy the house to give her some stability.

His mother thought that was weird and told him he could buy it.

They agreed to sell it, but after a year, Jeff realized he was not going anywhere.

He started to get more desperate.

He asked his mother to take him to a store and he told her he was thinking of buying the house himself, but she refused.

“She told me that if I ever went into debt to buy it, she was going and killing herself,” he told the Times.

That is, when the house that he had bought to pay off his mother’s debt went up for sale, he was buying it for a second time.

He didn’t think about it at the moment, but it’s likely he would not have bought it if he knew what it would cost.

But Jeff didn’t just want to buy a house to pay for his mother.

He wanted to be able avenge her.

“When you hear someone say they’ve been attacked, or they’ve lost someone, and they don’t want to go to jail, I think it’s important that you know what you’re saying,” Jeff said.

“If I go into debt for my mother’s sake, and if she kills herself, I’m going to pay back all the money she’s owed.”

The Lad bible has more than a million followers on Facebook and YouTube.

Jeff’s story has been widely shared on the internet.

The church has been featured on CNN, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, ABC News, The Today Show, NPR, CNN, and The Daily Show.

It has become a hit on YouTube.

“If someone who is homeless or someone who’s in debt has a door frame and a door that’s not on the street, they’re going to go into a room,” said David C. Wiles, an associate professor at the University of Oklahoma who specializes in evangelical history.

“I think that it’s the perfect story to use in a political campaign.”

The story is not the only example of a young person buying a house.

Another young person bought a house in Oklahoma that turned out to be in foreclosure in 2010.

The owner of the house sold the house a few months later, but the young man still lived in it.

The man had no money and was trying to make ends meet, but was also looking for a way to help his family.

The story of the young house purchaser is also not the most common example of someone trying to buy an expensive home that turns out to not be worth it.

Most of the time, the young person just doesn’t have enough money to pay their mortgage, but they might not have enough for anything else.

In some cases, the family may not even be able afford the house at all.

“It’s not a very good situation,” said Michael M. Murphy, a professor of sociology at St. Francis Xavier University in New Orleans. “People