breakfast and house hunting
Smart, Kristin, and I waited eons for a table at Angelos
and then a life time for the food to arrive. When it did I made Kristin wait a long moment
for me to grab my camera. How good did that plate of food look?
During breakfast I leafed through the G section of the Ann Arbor News looking for
open houses and interesting houses for sale. I made a short list and Smart and Kristin
accompanied me on my cruise of the west-side. We received odd looks as we pulled up
to our first house. Apparently the add said 3-5, not 2-4, so we wandered.
Our true first house of the day turned out to be an amazing and slightly freakish house only a
block away. The house was huge, but divided up in such a way that it was only really for 2 or 3
people. The house was completely redone in the 80s and it showed. The bedrooms had built-in
waterbed boxes and all the rooms had a bevy of cabinetry. In a loft at the very top
of the house sat a cracked and faded hot pink-miami-vice-leather couch,
no doubt a hold over from the house's rebirth.