Saturday, June 19, 2021
living room

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reflects on turning 50, focusing on who and what she loves and spending less time on things that really don't matter.
Kym Seabolt's porch

Kym Seabolt recognizes the beauty in allowing old houses to evolve into homes that are lived in, laughed in, and loved for an entirely new generation.
clothes line

In Kymberly Foster Seabolt's opinion, there's nothing wrong with having your kids do chores.
graduation cake

Sometimes the strength of a true leader is to be humble. Columnist Kym Seabolt has watched her shy little boy grow into a young man that other men look up to. 'His senior year, we celebrate that.'

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reflects on the characteristics and quirks that made her late grandmother's house a home.

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

I am rarely at a loss for words. In fact I tend to think — and write — in 800 word increments. But there are times when there simply are no words.
chairs with decorations

As Kym Seabolt's nest empties anew, she has begun to think about new hobbies.

The key to raising a capable young adult is less in what you do, and more in what you don't.
One of Kym Seabolt's children

As an avowed “A little dirt never hurt” parent, Kymberly Foster Seabolt always thought exposure to outdoors made her children healthier as a whole.