From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
When it comes to my taste in houses, I prefer the charm of Miss Clara Williams’ home in the recent movie “War Room.” Warm, cozy, lace curtains at the windows, and a flight of stairs to the second floor bedrooms. A porch fronts the older house. Rocking chairs and baskets of flowers create a sense of “home.”
With that picture in my head, I’ve never been enticed by the clean, straight lines and functional furniture of a Frank Lloyd Wright house.
The first time I actually encountered one of the famous architect’s houses, I was on a press trip in Alabama. When I noticed a tour of Mildred Rosenbaum’s home on our itinerary, I had little interest.
However, the story about the house built in 1938—and the woman who opened her home to tours in order to continue to live there—turned out to be one of the features I wrote from that particular trip.
To read the full story in RV Life Magazine, click here.