We also did some house hunting along the way to South Haven. The kids liked the houses we were interested in and renamed them "The Butt House" (it's on a lake and the peninsula does kind of look like a derriere) and "The Crap House" (this one had dog poop on the sidewalk which Matt stepped in...twice). We planned to go through the houses with our realtor on Monday and were sad to see both were taken off the market this weekend. Oh well. Maybe it was meant to be that we didn't get to buy them. I don't think I'd want to live in a house with a really bad nickname. I'm a little nervous about what they'll call our next house.
So, after touring west Michigan, we came home and played some pinball. Matt was pretty happy to have some kids to play pinball with and was sad to have to go to work while the kids got to play pinball all day. I tried to talk Karie into taking a machine with her, but she just wasn't as excited about the idea as I was. To enjoy even more pinball, Matt got out his 1,000-piece pinball puzzle. We got 999 pieces put together and are still looking for the final piece.