The Good Adventurers Snippets | Fifth Installment

He wondered at the length of their journey and was saddened, for every turn of the wheels and click of passing ties took him further from home and into the unknown. He could almost feel the grip of his imprisonment tighten with each passing mile. The woman emerged, dead white, with a terrible look in her green … More The Good Adventurers Snippets | Fifth Installment

Friday Feature | A Dutch Christmas House + Anthropologie Inspired Tiny Houses (G-F)

I have an ugly holiday confession to make: I really don’t like gingerbread. So when I saw Anthropologie’s fabulous little mug toppers, I knew I had to recreate them in gluten free form. But what to do about the despised molasses flavor? Then, because it’s Christmas, Dad brought home a haul of goodies, including Lofthouse … More Friday Feature | A Dutch Christmas House + Anthropologie Inspired Tiny Houses (G-F)

An Interview with Sir Walter Gilbreth | The Good Adventurers

Sir Walter Gilbreth was destined for greatness from the earliest hour of his inception. He is the best example of why it important that writers keep lists of names. More than two years ago, I shot off a quick email to a friend. It contained two lists of four names each, Christian names and surnames. She … More An Interview with Sir Walter Gilbreth | The Good Adventurers