“Although grief never ever ends, over time you begin to find hope again, acceptance, and peace in the loss of your loved one.”
Nils Rosdahl is a self-proclaimed word nerd, whose passions include family, singing, pickleball, and ducking into a local eatery.
Flaunting flamboyant outfits and radiant smiles, the Red Hot Mamas pack a whole lotta love in their comically choreographed dance routines.
Three years in the making, a new Nampa medical clinic is open for business, serving the community with quality, affordable care.
When we bought our house in Sandpoint, Idaho in 2002, there were no moose, and there were a lot of tulips. People who lived outside of town had to build fences to protect their gardens, but not us. We had bugs and slugs. That was it. Moose lived out in the woods where moose belonged, and we rarely spotted them. That changed one snowy morning.
Roger Dunsmore of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho just released a compilation of poems, On the Chinese Wall: New and Selected Poemes (1966-2017). Drumlummon Institute Press, 2018.
Forget eating healthy, exercise, and whatever else the doctors say about how to hang on to your youth. I’m here to reveal the real secret to vitality and how to keep your youthful vigor: Poetry. Well, in any case, poetry seems to have worked for Roger Dunsmore, 80, of Coeur d’Alene. He looks like he’s in his 60s.