Home Mountains: Reflections from a Western Middle Age
Washington State University Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 119 pages
After a youth spent in the East, the author writes about the middle-age surprise of finding herself at "home" in the intermountain region of southeastern Idaho. Indeed, she finds joy in coming to terms with various "homes"--with life choices, with family, with philosophical concepts, with quirks in her own personality, and with the need to keep adapting to life's continuing changes.
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