I live in Twin Falls with my husband, Chris. We have three boys and a girl with only our daughter still at home. I grew up on music from the back porch of my grandpa’s house. All Pop’s kids but my dad learned to play guitar, so I’m thinking I should give it a go. Aside from music, kayaks on the river has become my new favorite past time. Maybe I’ll become the famous kayaking singer everyone talks about! Not sure how to keep the guitar dry, though.
If a Movie Makes You Cry, Why Do You Watch it Again Idaho?
Some people avoid re-watching a movie because it has 1 sad part in it. Others watch the movie because it is great and carry extra tissue.
How Does Idaho Celebrate the Delicious Donut and How to Get One Free?
It is a great day for Idaho, a great day for America. Today is the day we celebrate the most beloved of all pastries. Today is Donut Day. Let us show our appreciation for one of the most ‘highly-revered’ pastries in America.
Idaho Road Trippers Planning Guide For the Best Journey Ever
Preparation is key to an awesome road trip. One does not just fill up the tank and leave. Right now is not a discussion of the destination, but the journey along the way.
What Can the Twin Falls Public Library Do to Make Summer Better?
June 9th from 2 PM to 5 PM is going to be a Friday to have fun and get people excited for summer instead of dreading how to fill the time before school starts again.
Spectacular Free Show in Twin Falls for Father’s Day
The 75th Annual Magic Valley Air Show is June 17th. No need to be concerned about tickets for each person in the family, or if there is a different price for adults, seniors, children, aliens, or the family sasquatch.
How Do Sane Idahoans Decide Who Does Which House Chores?
I have decided there is something I am going to do by myself from now on. I don’t want to spend quality time by sharing the workload and completing it as a couple. I don’t want to take turns. I will do this alone and never ask for backup.
At What Point Are Idaho Children No Longer Safe In Their Car Seats?
Of course safety standards are always changing, so I suppose that’s one point. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has the lowdown on all you could ever possibly need to know about car seats.
Keep Things Safe and Legal with OHVs in the Magic Valley
The 12th Annual Magic Mountain OHV Safety Fair is coming up from June 9th through 11th in the Magic Mountain Parking Lot.
How Many Idaho Adults Would Benefit From a Solo Vacation?
When deciding to take the solo trip plunge, some planning is definitely required. Going rogue without any idea about the journey at all isn’t the best notion.
Drive Safe: Memorial Day Begins with ‘100 Deadliest Days’ in Idaho
With summer fun excursions and increased traffic, there are more distracted drivers. Slow down, buckle up, and pay attention to the road.
Is it Acceptable to Whisper and Shush at Work in Idaho?
So if it is okay to be shushed, why is it rude to whisper? Evidently, there is a right way and a wrong way to whisper and shush.
Does Your Idaho Home Suffer from This Summertime Pesky Pesty Invader?
To truly battle an enemy, you must first understand it. Instead of stepping on the ant, realize the future ants swarming under or just outside your house will take its place. Find out what drives the enemy, then attack it with its own cravings.