- Everyday clothes and awesome costumes are not necessarily separate categories.
- The weird, unusual, and offbeat things are what keep this world so full of magic.
- Old bookstores that are also coffee shops are the closest you can get to heaven.
- Everything I need to know about a person is revealed by the way they treat their waitstaff.
Hi! I'm Molly. I live in a quirky treehouse in the middle of the woods near Boulder, CO, on several peaceful acres of dense pine trees. The house is filled with trapdoors and secret compartments, and I wouldn't be surprised to discover treasure in the walls one day. Our closest neighbors are foxes, bears, deer, and mountain lions. Lots of huge sunny windows means we have more plants than I can count. My husband says I'm not allowed to bring home any more plants... I but I do anyway. We don't have a landline, a TV, a dishwasher, or cell reception, but I like it better that way.
All through high school and college, music was a huge part of my life. I trained as a singer (including opera) and won scholarships and awards for music theory and composition. I was so certain I was going to spend the rest of my life composing soundtracks for film scores (although I also really wanted to be a spy). I'll always have a pocket knife - or two - on me. The security people at airports hate me.
A couple of years ago, Zach and I bought a vintage camper and renovated it to look like a gypsy caravan. Now, we spend the winter months of each year vagabonding around the West Coast, chasing sunshine with our two pups. Life on the road with your best friend is so much fun, and being a modern-day nomad is such a cool experience!
We live to travel, and we go out of our way to explore all of the unusual, weird, and remote places we can find. I have a hundred crazy stories to tell you! I've had formal British tea at a mansion in Kenya, while giraffes shared my plate. I've taken a cheap ferry boat from the Nicaraguan coast where my seat for six hours was a bag of frozen chicken breasts. I've used my big telephoto lens as a baseball bat to stop a monkey from attacking a 6-year-old at a temple in Nepal. I've taken photos on horseback while riding a Tibetan pony through the Himalayas. I can't wait to meet you!