House Conundrums, Part II

Alright, for those of you who have been following along since the beginning, we’re having house troubles . . . as in, we can’t decide what to buy for our new home in Buffalo.  Part of the problem is that we seem to be on a rollercoaster ride of determining what’s important to us.  Soooo, instead of thinking for ourselves, how about you do some thinking for us?  Take our poll and let us know what you think . . . you can choose as many qualities as are important to you, but please don’t pick all of them (because then you’d be scarily too much like us and therefore stuck in a world of complete indecision–awesome, eh?).


Oh, and if you have any other suggestions, just comment on this post–we welcome any and all advice.

And just for a bit of eye candy as a reward for taking our poll . . .


  1. […] Now, some of you might still be wondering why we offered almost $37,000 below the asking price . . . you might love the dated wallpaper, water stains, matted shag carpet, knotty pine kitchen, frosted ceiling, 1950s oven, blue and pink tiled bathroom, asbestos tile, rotted windows . . . wait a sec–why do we want to buy this house again?!    Nah–we’re excited because it has good bones, a great floor plan (once we make some modifications), and a really rad carport!  Plus, as a bonus, it’s located in the school district with the best elementary school in all of Western New York: Smallwood Elementary (which should make many of you happy since that seems to be how you all voted in our poll). […]

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