Tuesday, October 3, 2023
black bear

Kymberly Seabolt reflects on some of the inane things people do around wild animals.
service dog

Kymberly Foster Seabolt outlines the difference between service animals and emotional support animals, pondering where to draw the line for "need."

Someone shanghaied my gravy boats. In the wee hours of Thanksgiving morn there must have been a wee gravy mutiny, because I realized I...
Ace, Kymberly Foster Seabolt's late German Shepherd.

Ace was the puppy they didn't need and the dog they will never forget. Following his passing, the German Shepherd is remembered as a loyal protector.

Nature abhors a vacuum.Nature also abhors my getting a moment's peace. Nature, in fact, has made somewhat a game of keeping me on edge...

Kym Seabolt is not saying that her pickup truck is definitely possessed by a demon but she also cannot say definitively that it is NOT.
smokey trees

Kym Seabolt shares her thoughts surrounding the recent wildfires in Canada and the smokey fallout that wafted down into the northern United States.

I suspect that civilization, as a whole, took a nosedive the very moment people started trying to reason with children. Children are, by nature,...
lentil soup

In her quest to reduce food waste at home, Kym Seabolt is channeling her grandmother, who was a genius in using leftover food to make delicious dishes.

When it comes to traditional holidays, Kymberly Foster Seabolt's family tends to like traditional foods.