The Perils and Perks of Being Married To a Pyrotechnician

Far from his glory days of shooting high-budget international shows like 1997’s handover of Hong Kong and China’s 1991 Women’s World Championship, to shooting all-American shows like Alton’s Mississippi River Fireworks Festival and private shows in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, my husband now revels in shooting fireworks shows closer to home—some especially close—like those at the… Continue reading The Perils and Perks of Being Married To a Pyrotechnician

Geocaching: How Tech-Guided Treasure Hunting Turns Into Family Fun

Our family has a new obsession hobby: geocaching! If you haven’t heard of geocaching (pronounced geo-cashing), no worries—I’m about to fill you in. (If you’ve heard of geocaching and tried it, then you probably already understand our obsession hobby.) Either way, let’s explore how a tech-friendly mom got her family on board to join an… Continue reading Geocaching: How Tech-Guided Treasure Hunting Turns Into Family Fun