I was born in Seoul, South Korea; adopted, and raised in Minnesota. I’m a retired Hairstylist turned blogger, photographer, political news junkie, Second Amendment advocate, red velvet cake aficionado, and a self-proclaimed “recovered” fashion & shoe addict. I have a strange aversion to walking on grass, LOVE cheeseburgers, and if I had my way, I’d eat a glazed donut everyday.
What’s most important to me is my faith in God, the unconditional love of family, and my husband who I absolutely adore!
This website gives birth to what began in 2008; becoming the wife of a competitive rifle shooter; a journey that takes me back and forth across this country, sometimes wondering, “What have I gotten myself into?”. It’s opened up opportunities I otherwise would not have experienced, and continues to introduce me to some amazing people. I wouldn’t trade these things for anything, and now I get to share it all with you!
So, welcome to “Life Of A Shooter’s Wife”,
COMPETITIVE SHOOTING… AND EVERYTHING IN-BETWEEN!
Mia is the Owner/Editor-in-Chief of Life Of A Shooter’s Wife™, and runs a Rifle Shooting Blog for Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. She is a wife, mom, grandmom, and lives life deeply rooted in her Christian faith. Her husband Erik is a member of the US National Rifle Team and they currently live in Minnesota. Mia also is a Writer/Special Contributor for Western Free Press, board member for the Minnesota Rifle and Revolver Association, ‘Girls With Guns’ forum moderator at 556files, an NRA member, belongs to the Patriot Journalist Network, occasional F-Class Shooter, and a strong conservative voice on Twitter. Life Of A Shooter’s Wife™ focuses on supporting the Second Amendment, conservative issues, and a variety of pop culture topics.