The New York Times‘ portrait of Susan Orlean’s $2 million country hideaway is full of entertaining bits about the luxe life the writer enjoys with her new, previously married HMO honcho spouse: the multi-continent dating life, the jacuzzi for two, the plan to acquire livestock in breeds that color-coordinate with Orlean’s “flame-colored” hair. Bonus points for hiring an architect who’s “a believer in architecture as a process” (Who wouldn’t be? Products, you pay for by the piece; processes you pay for by the hour).
But the highlight is the conclusion:
Just because the lady landed herself a lucrative hubby, there’s no need to be all snippy about it.