I’ve never met a stranger in my entire life. I talk to everyone and want to know everything. People fascinate me. I know I freaked out my mom as a child because she would realize I wasn’t by her side then frantically look for me at a store and find me chatting it up with someone at the makeup counter. That part of me never changed. Add social media into the mix and it’s a beautiful disaster. I am a basic girl by nature who would love to be home in yoga pants watching Netflix but I’m always living in this middle ground area because I suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out) and really want to be where everyone else is. It’s safe to say that I’m an idea addict but really need someone to bring me down from the clouds in order to make things happen. However, I can organize just about anything. So why don’t these personality traits find a way to merge themselves? Along with all the life stuff, I’ve been given this responsibility of raising a future president. He’s in an 8-year old body right now but soon the signs will start popping up in people’s front yards “COLTON for President 2040”. This summer, I'm getting married - for the second time. I said I would never do it again because I was going to be a strong, independent single mom. I accidentally fell in love. Now Janice is stuck with me. Combine all of these things together (and always running late) and you have a Tawsha. Is there more to me? Yes. How much time do you have? We should talk.
10 Rules to Follow When Moving to Boise
People are moving to the Treasure Valley by the thousands. We are a welcoming city and love it when people love the city as much as we do. There are some rules, though. Here's a list we have created as a community.
The Farmstead Reveals Corn Maze Design
Old school gamers, you'll want to make plans to head through the corn maze this fall. Last year, this same fall destination was recognized and visited by the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The Farmstead didn't disappoint this year!
National Suicide Prevention Week in the Treasure Valley
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for Idahoans age 15-34. Chances are you're close with someone who has at least attempted suicide. Maybe it's you. The Treasure Valley is making changes and you can be part of it - be vocal or be silent. Either way, you are needed.
Spookiest Place to See “It” in the Treasure Valley
The movie "It" has broken all sorts of records and is receiving amazing reviews. If you haven't seen it, I think I've found the best/creepiest place to watch it in the Treasure Valley. If you like to be scared, your mind will mess with you at this place.
Surprise Celebrity Sighting in Boise
I'm scrolling through Instagram and see my friend with this guy. A guy I immediately recognized as Bill Nye the Science Guy. It was him! The reason he was here is pretty cool, too.
Missing 21-Year Old Caldwell Woman
She was last seen at work leaving (willfully) with a man from her job on September 1st from the Nampa Inn and Suites.
Boise State Football Plays to End Hunger in Idaho
For this entire season, plays made during a Boise State football game will have a far bigger impact than getting the Broncos to a win - it will help end hunger in the Treasure Valley.
Treasure Valley Air Quality Updates and Outdoor Activity Status
With all the wildfires, the air quality is garbage and the status of just how bad it is in the Treasure Valley fluctuates. Air quality levels and outdoor activity status is updated here.
Could Amazon Base Their Second Headquarters in Boise?
With Amazon headquarters nearby, this means same-day delivery, wine in an hour on your doorstep and robots roaming the streets to get us what we've ordered by sundown. They are looking for a second home. Could Boise be in play?
How to Make Sure Friends and Family Are Safe in a Hurricane
I have a friend who lives in south Florida who is facing evacuation and anticipating Hurricane Irma, the most powerful storm on record. There are two free ways to keep in touch while a natural disaster strikes - one may not work like people are thinking.