Her own house in the Fontainebleau neighborhood is as organized and well twirled as any client’s. Baskets of ferns hang from the porch ceiling, and a vase of long-stemmed pink roses in the living room complements the retro decor. It does get cluttered, she says, but everything has a place, and these days she has time to put it all back together. In the entrance hall, a black-and-white portrait of her mother shows an attractive woman of the 1950s who could have passed for June Cleaver. “She taught me to manage my time,” Morrison says. “She would have been a powerhouse today.”
Jennifer Margulis is a travel and culture writer who lives in Ashland, Oregon.
Originally published in the May 2010 issue of More.