When did you find out that your new home at the lakeside condominium at Hyde Park would be the new home of a gay couple?

by Greg B.

MillerThe two men, who live in the same condo complex in the affluent city of Lake Elsinore, Calif., have long been part of a local gay community.

They’ve also been together for a few years, when they moved into their condominium in 2006.

But they haven’t been together in a romantic relationship since, at least not for a while.

“We have been friends for a little bit, and we were planning on doing that a little later,” Greg B., a co-owner of the condominium complex, told ABC News.

“But we weren’t ready to do that yet.”

Greg B. and Kyle B. are gay.

They live at Hyde park condontominiums in Los Angeles.

They have been together since 2006.

They don’t have a boyfriend.

(Courtesy Greg B.)

Greg B., Kyle B., and their partners moved into the Hyde Park condo complex a few months ago.

They weren’t planning on a long-term relationship, and the men have had no idea what to expect.

“We didn’t have any expectations,” Greg told ABC affiliate KABC.

“I had no expectations, either.

We were just so excited to be a part of it.””

When you have that kind of love in your life, you kind of want to know how to be the best version of yourself.

We were just so excited to be a part of it.”

Greg and Kyle have been dating for a year.

Kyle is a high school student and works as a computer systems administrator at the university.

Greg is an engineer, and Kyle is in the Air Force.

Kyle and Greg have been married for five years.

(Greg B.)

“It’s been a couple of months since we moved in, so I don’t know where the time was for me to really kind of be the focus of the community,” Greg said.

“The gay community, we have our own community, and I think we were really excited about being a part, so that was kind of the goal.”

Kyle B. said he was hesitant about having a gay relationship with his partner, but he was able to see what his partner was looking for.

“Kyle was really into it,” Greg recalled.

“He told me that he felt like he had to make some kind of commitment with me.”

Greg said he and Kyle met online and exchanged emails for the first couple of weeks before Kyle moved in with his partners.

“That was a little slow,” Greg admitted.

“It was kind to be honest.

It took a while to get used to the fact that I would be spending so much time with him.”

Greg told KABC that he and his partners didn’t know how long they were planning to stay together.

He said that Kyle told him that he would be moving out in a month.

Kyle said he has been married to Kyle B for four years.

“They’re two great people,” Greg added.

“And they’re very supportive of each other.”

Greg agreed that Kyle’s sexual orientation had made it difficult for him to connect with Kyle and Kyle’s partner.

“Because of that, I didn’t feel comfortable,” Greg explained.

“My partner is a good guy, but I don, in fact, think I’m kind of alone with Kyle B.”

Greg decided to take a step back, and let Kyle have some of the spotlight.

“As I looked at it, I felt like I was in a good place,” Greg continued.

“Now I don (have to be) ready to go to Kyle and say, ‘Hey, this is how it’s going to be,'” he added.

Greg and his partner said that they didn’t expect to have much of an impact on the community, because they have no family in the area.

They were also surprised to find out, however, that the new owners of the condo complex are gay, and they plan to be open about it.

“I think that we’ll be able to do some good things with our community,” Kyle B told ABC.

“Especially as we’re doing it, as we are kind of building the community around that.

We’re not trying to be so open.

We don’t want to be like a gay porno movie.

Greg has noticed that the neighborhood has changed. “

If you’re gay and you live in Lake Elsina, then it’s probably going to make your life easier, and that’s something that you want to do.”

Greg has noticed that the neighborhood has changed.

“People are really welcoming of gays and lesbians,” he said.

“Kyle B.’s a really nice guy,” Greg stated.

“At the end of the day, we’re just people that love each other.

We just don’t care about what other people think.”