Thursday, May 23, 2019
laptop

Kymberly Seabolt contemplates both the benefits and pitfalls of online shopping.
Capitol dome, Washington D.C., Farm and Dairy file photo

Kym Seabolt's mother was chided for wading in a public fountain during her trip to Washington D.C., but her son recently visited in a suit.
clock

Kymberly Foster Seabolt writes an open letter to daylight saving time.
laptop

Using the "turn it on and off a few times and see if that helps" troubleshooting method may qualify you to be a rocket scientist, according to Kym Seabolt.
jack-o-lantern

Kymberly Foster Seabolt details how Halloweens have changed since her children have entered college. What happened to the candy tax?
ham

This week, Kymberly Seabolt analyses her "white trash taste buds" and the midwestern cooking she grew up enjoying.
Kym Seabolt's dog, Jackson

Maybe we're getting it wrong when we say “dog days” as a synonym for “lethargy, discomfort and inconvenience." Dogs find pleasure in the smallest things.
Kym Seabolt

Leading up to her 50th birthday, Kymberly Foster Seabolt recalls all the staples of her childhood, growing up in the 70s and 80s.
coffee

Being an adult is like folding fitted sheets. No one really knows how.
baby

New parents get advice from those who have been parenting for minutes, and those with decades of experience. Kymberly Seabolt's is not to worry so much.
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