Stories by Kymberly Foster Seabolt

Children can teach us life’s lessons

Thursday, April 25, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt reflects on what we can learn from our kids when we listen.

A little marriage among friends

Thursday, April 18, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt gives recipe for happy marriage.

Deer heads and toilet paper: previous homeowners make stressful moves

Thursday, April 11, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt describes the sights and sounds of moving season.

Here comes the neighborhood

Thursday, April 4, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt wonders if a tree falls in the forest with nobody around, can a Starbucks, two video stores and a housing development be built before anyone hears it?

Your sofa or your life: You choose

Thursday, March 28, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt chooses life over couch.

Do you want food with that toy?

Thursday, March 21, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt takes a look at the connection between kids’ meals, fast-food toys, and adult behavior.

Striking out in the dating game

Thursday, March 14, 2002

Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt is glad she never has to date again.

Copy cats and working class dogs

Thursday, March 7, 2002

Kymberly Seabolt wouldn’t trade her dogs for a cloned version.

Grabbing the gold in Olympic apathy

Thursday, February 28, 2002

Columnist Kym Seabolt didn’t catch that Olympic fever

Everybody wants my information

Thursday, February 21, 2002

Columnist Kym Seabolt wants to know why everyone wants to know her mother’s maiden name.

All the madness that money can buy

Thursday, February 14, 2002

“Farm and Dairy” columnist Kymberly Foster Seaboldt comments on the common lack of common sense in corporate America.


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About Kymberly

Warm, witty and just a wee bit warped, Kymberly Foster Seabolt is a native of Kent, Ohio, who survived childhood exposure to disco and grew up to marry and move to the country. Her column weaves her special brand of humor with poignant, entertaining, and honest portrayals of parenting, marriage, and real life. She currently lives in northeastern Ohio with her husband, two children, two dogs, two cats, and numerous dust bunnies who wish to remain nameless.