“Children’s children are a crown to the aged and parents are the pride of their children.” Proverbs 17:6 As a child, one of my fondest memories of my Grandmother was her hands. I remember how soft and gentle they were. I remember how I loved to hold her hands in mine and cherish the times […]
The wonderful thing about life is that it leads us on all sorts of adventures; some are planned while others are spontaneous. No matter the cause, living away from relatives can be difficult, not only for us but for the family we left behind. While we are away making the best of the situation, the […]
This weekend preview for September 11-13, 2015 is brought to you by RiverStone Health College Ball-In the Gym/On the Field: Friday, Sept 11 @ 7pm – Women’s Volleyball: RMC VS Alumni at the Fortin Center. Saturday, Sept 12 @ 1pm – Men’s Football: RMC VS MSU-Northern Sunday, Sept 13 @ 12pm – Women’s Soccer: RMC […]
This Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014 is National Grandparents Day and there are many special ways to link one generation to the next. One tradition that can be passed from generation to generation are beloved family recipes, and in honor of grandparents I thought I would share one of our favorite dessert recipes Grandma makes for […]
This weekend highlight for September 5-7, 2014 in Billings, MT is brought to you by RiverStone Health… SimplyNoted… The Art of the Brick Exhibition is in Billings, MT at the Yellowstone Art Museum from Sept. 4, 2014-Jan. 4, 2015. See below for more details! Healthy By Design Gardeners’ Market, Thursdays 4:30-6:30pm through Oct. 2 at […]
Grandparents Day is September 7. Do more than send a card. by Arianne Rapkoch-Snyder When I was growing up, my grandparents lived in small towns only a few hours’ drive away from Billings. We would pack up the car several times a year and spend a weekend at their houses. Sometimes our parents would even drop […]
I was so blessed as a child, having two sets of grandparents to dote on me- especially because I was the only grandchild. Spoiled was an understatement. Not with things but rather with experience, and wealth of knowledge that only they could share with me.