Tuesday, April 13, 2021
sunset

Kymberly Foster-Seabolt recalls the day she lost her nephew a little more than a year ago and remarks on how raw the sting of losing him still feels.
mason jar

Kym Seabolt digs into society's fascination with rural decor and clothing — workwear, roosters, canning jars for every use, large-scale gardening.

So I just spent maybe eight minutes weeding an area outside my front door and I deeply resent that time as eight minutes of...

My son, at 12, is no longer a willing wearer of a pointy party hat. He has no need for noisemakers. No yen for...

Et tu, Farm and Dairy? Recently, this very newspaper ran an article about the ability to have your very own windmill to create electricity...
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Kymberly Foster Seabolt makes a trip to the BMV to renew her license only to be surprised by the procedure.
moving box

Kymberly Foster Seabolt prepares for her youngest to leave the nest as she nears the end of her undergraduate studies and looks forward to law school.

It has come to my attention that when I shared a photo of our head dog, Ace, with my blog readers recently, I may...
iguana

Kymberly Foster Seabolt ponders the falling iguana phenomenon in south Florida.

One of the prides of my life is being complimented with the opinion that I take really great photos. I credit this to a...