Saturday, January 16, 2021

Kymberly Foster Seabolt cunningly convinces her husband to start a new home improvement project.

The arts are an important part of education and yet in many educational settings, they are first at risk for cuts.

As we enter the season of gratitude and giving thanks, Kymberly Foster Seabolt encourages others to consider what they can give up, what they can give away and what we can bless others with.
Kymberly Seabolt's home office

For a stay-at-home kind of person, Kymberly Foster Seabolt is sure struggling with some aspects of the COVID-19 quarantine.

The nice thing about marriage is that you have sort of a built in failsafe for those days when even though you love them, you really don’t LIKE your spouse very much.

April 18-24 is Screen-Free Week. Since 1996, organizers have exhorted us to turn off screens via the implementation of Screen-Free Week (formerly TV-Turnoff).Ever since...
Kym Seabolt's dogs

Kymberly Foster Seabolt accidentally married a chipper morning person, and she's not exactly enthusiastic about it.

That time white vinegar failed to get the job done.

She was visibly uncomfortable with the squirming toddler on her lap. She proffered snacks, and a pencil and paper to the little guy while attempting to slide him, ever so gently to the side. Then she apologized. Over and Over again.

Finally receiving her countertops, 10 weeks past their original delivery day, Kymberly Foster Seabolt urges readers to buy local for home improvements.