Last weekend was the fourth annual Salt Lake Comic Con in the heart of Salt Lake City. This was my first time going to a convention of any kind, so I brought along my camera to document all of my experiences. Without further adieu, here are my thoughts on what is toted as “Utah’s Favorite Pop Culture Event”.
A warm summer’s night swathed in an inky indigo sky dotted with countless flickering stars–what could be more picturesque? How about a starry sky streaked with hundreds and thousands of shooting stars, each one just waiting to be wished upon? Well this week is the perfect opportunity to lounge under the stars and enjoy one of the universe’s most breathtaking spectacles: the Perseid meteor shower. So grab a blanket and a thermos of hot chocolate and get ready to marvel at the mysteries and beauty of the universe.
Summer is here! Which means it’s time to start gardening. Why not get the kids involved? Gardening is a great way to get kids of the couch and outside learning about responsibility and science. It lets you spend quality time together enjoying the beauty of nature. And you may even find your kids are excited to eat the fruits and veggies they’ve grown. *gasp* But before you break out the trowels and herd the kiddos outside, here’s are a few tips for gardening with kids.