We have a pretty decent house, I really can't complain about space, but it IS very oddly laid out. The rooms in the basement are a little too small to do anything but bedrooms and we can't rearrange anything without MAJOR renovations (moving a staircase, moving all the ductwork, moving plumbing) so we're going to just keep it the way it is. It's a little frustrating though, because Kevin's parents gave us their pool table - very sweet of them, but we have absolutely NOWHERE big enough to put it.
Kevin wants to build a room on top of our garage but I kind of have moral qualms about that... is that weird? We're just two people, with no plans on having kids, and we live in a five bedroom house. (Granted, two of those five are pathetically small, but still) It seems like if we've got the money for something like that (which we don't, but Kevin hopes it will happen someday) it feels like we should donate it to starving kids somewhere or something.
Though I suppose Kevin supports my desires to have a horse, I should support his desire for a pool table...?