A car called ‘Christine’
Although the Seabolt family regularly shares vehicles, one finicky sedan has other ideas about who it wants behind the wheel.
Life, death and to bee or not to bee
One of the many charming aspects of living in an old house is that you are never truly alone. Never alone Oh sure,...
An ordinary life
His was, by all accounts, an ordinary life. I first met him when he was nearly 70, and I was not yet 30. He...
Showering with unsolicited advice
At the risk of sounding obnoxious, I think Mr. Wonderful and I have raised — to this point anyway — two good kids. The ones...
The parent volunteers’ prayer
To be invoked by all PTO parents, volunteer parents, and room mothers (and fathers and "significant others") among us.
Being fair to the fair
For years we have happily ignored our county fair as something one enjoys hearing about from other people while blissfully avoiding the cost and...
In sickness and in health, consider others
When you're not feeling well, use some common sense.
Early to bed, early(ish) to rise
Kymberly Foster Seabolt has made a pact with herself to never stay out after midnight if she can help it. Find out why in her column this week.
Going to the dogs
Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt watched her household - and other pets - change when she brought home a new puppy.
Living in the country means our mailbox is on a post by the road.