The same people that I once fervently hoped would mind their own business are the people I hope most will help mind mine today.
Life Out Loud
This week, Kymberly Foster reacts to her daughter’s Mother’s Day poem.
Having a son I thought surely I had gotten my hands on the one man on Earth a woman could understand. I was wrong. Gems My son is 14. He and his friends exist in a haze of hormones and Axe body spray (the scent that will take paint off the walls). They are [...]
Kymberly Foster Seabolt is a laugher, but bullying is no joke.
After 20 years of marriage, Kymberly Seabolt discusses what keeps her heart beating.
I think I’ve figured out why the economy still needs a little work. No one wants to take our money anymore.
Five more minutes? Alarming idea (to the folks who bring you The Most Annoying Alarm Clock In The History Of the World)
It’s like this: I’m adrift in dreamland, when I’m rudely startled awake by the “Bleet-Bleet-Pounding-In-Your-Brain-Bleet-Bleet” of The Most Annoying Alarm Clock In The History Of the World (Patent Pending).
I know I will never discover that my $40 yard sale card table is worth $40,000 and it’s my own darned fault. I’m too cheap to have ever paid $40 for a used card table in the first place.
Last month when we were all still enjoying it getting cozy and dark shortly after lunch, I hopped in Mr. Wonderful’s truck, a vehicle I don’t normally drive, to take our daughter and her friend swimming at the local inn. It was the kind of “Mom’s Taxi” weekend I’ve come to know and love. The [...]
Remember when you didn’t need an advanced degree to buy a light bulb? All you really needed was to know your wattage and you were, quite literally, golden. Now, there is such a vast array of lighting choices (or lack of choice where LED and CFL bulbs have been declared mandatory) that it’s difficult to [...]