By Dan Merica, ABC News/Washington Post Staff WritersThe marriage story changed everything.
In the late 1970s, two friends who worked as janitors were at the same New York City restaurant, one for a few hours, and the other for four, with their families.
The manager, the waitress, and two other waiters had been married for two years, but they had been getting divorced, and they were tired of waiting.
So they decided to get married.
The new couple had two children, but one was a boy.
In an interview with The Associated Press in 1997, he described his new wife as “the most beautiful woman I ever had the privilege of meeting.”
In a few years, they were getting divorced again, and this time they were moving into their first home together.
They shared a house in Manhattan and moved to a condo in Florida.
The kids were happy, and then something happened.
The children became more and more estranged.
He was angry.
And then they stopped talking.
The family was growing apart, and she was becoming more and less involved with the kids.
Finally, she went to a therapist who told her that she was experiencing an internal conflict.
The therapist said the problem was that her wife was “taking away” her children from her.
She was divorcing.
“I think it was, ‘Why am I doing this?'” she said.
“It was like, ‘We’re divorcing because you’re taking away my children from me?'”
The therapist recommended that the children get a new relationship and, eventually, get married again.
They didn’t, but in the end, the divorce was permanent, and her kids got a new marriage.
The story changed the world, and for the first time, the family were able to live in peace.
“It was a miracle for us,” said their son, Jonathan, now 33.
And it made the world more stable.
It was like they had a life, the kids were safe, they could go to school and they could live their lives and the kids themselves were happy.
“The kids became very, very good parents,” said his father, Joe.
“We’re all good parents.”
The next year, Joe and his wife were married again in a church ceremony, but not to a family member.
It had been planned.
The kids had been in the care of the state Department of Children and Families for a year.
But the kids had a new birth mother, and that was the last straw.
The parents had never told their children, and even Joe didn’t want to tell them.
“I just wanted to protect them,” he said.
“We didn’t have any choice.
We just had to,” his wife said.
She had a plan.
The children would be given to a foster parent.
The foster parents would be placed with the foster parents.
That was it.
They were told that the foster parent would live with the family for a month, and after that, they would have a chance to see the kids again.
So the children were allowed to visit with their new foster parents in Florida and the foster home.
And in March 1984, the couple were married.
Joe called it the happiest day of his life.
It took years for the kids to accept their new relationship.
But they soon learned that Joe had a lot to learn.
The next three years were hard.
It became very difficult for them to live together.
The first two were the hardest.
Joe said that it took him a while to get used to living with his new daughter.
“She’s a big kid,” he told the AP in 1997.
“Her mom was very strict.
She had her own rules.
I remember one day she came into the house and locked the door.
She would say, ‘No one can come in here.
No one can play with me.’
And then she would lock the door again.
I just remember, I had never seen anything like that.
I had to learn how to be a human being.”
The kids didn’t like Joe’s new daughter, and their relationship had gone sour.
“They were trying to push us away,” Joe said.
But the kids’ new relationship was a life-changing event.
They had never felt so free in their lives.
Joe and Jonathan, who were 10 at the time, said that they were very lucky to have been able to start their new life.
They had three children and lived happily ever after, and Joe and he became the parents of their three children.
The couple had been together for 16 years.
The couple is still in a loving relationship.
Their children, who are now grown and have a new partner, have never stopped loving their parents.
Joe said, “They are happy.
They are loving.”
Joe said he and his new partner are grateful for their new lives, and have become the best parents they could ever hope for.
“When I was a kid, I wanted to be something special