Below is a picture of the living room. I love the wood floor, and I think we're going to be thankful for the coat closet. It's not that big of a deal to me, but Kristine was getting pretty upset that there might not be enough closet space in the master bedroom for both of us to hang our clothes there. I tried to assure her it's no big deal, but clearly it was to her. The living room closet might put down this crisis.
I was also a big fan of the kitchen. Not quite as much cabinet space as the house in Wingate, though frankly, that was probably overkill. These will be great. The best part, though, are these appliances. Look at this stove! Look at the fridge! We'll get a pretty nice washer and dryer to match.
Last picture. This is the room that really sold me. There's another bedroom that just a very standard, smallish one. That'll become the guest room. This one, though, is going to become a computer room/library/music room. I'm picturing the desk with the computer right here in the curve of windows, with the library on one side and instruments on the other. These windows look out on Jefferson St., back towards downtown. Probably one of the better views in Crawfordsville, which is not known for being particularly picturesque. This room wasn't quite as big as I thought it would be, but it will certainly be big enough.
I am so excited to live here, if that hasn't shown through. Thanks again, Dr. Freeze!