When a singer-cum-model decides to try her hand at a new creative project, one needs to pay attention. After all, talents and interests often overlap, often to startling effect.
Such was the case when Sharon Middendorf decided she could make a business out of gutting cottages in the Adirondaks, where she and her hubby Todd Carter had been making frequent trips. It was seeing potential in two dilapidated bungalows, nearly a century old, that proved to be kismet. (Click here to read full article)