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- Green tomato salsa verde- because you deserve it.
- The real moment I became a mother.
- Last Day of Summer Vacation.
- When cousins come to visit.
- Singing (and doing art projects) in the rain.
- Nothing says love like bananas and Russian dictators.
- In the projects: No longer against the grain.
- Guess what? Chicken butt.
- My favorite winter recipe.
- How the modesty police are hurting my son.
Author Archives: Ami@bunkersdown
School’s out for summer! Schooooool’s out for EVER! (Actually, it’s just out for eight weeks, but since I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s, Alice Cooper has greatly impacted how I say that first sentence.) Oh Gentle Reader, I … Continue reading
My husband looked at our twelve year old daughter the other night and had one of those parenting moments. You know the ones, where you look at your offspring and see them not only as your child, but as their … Continue reading
There is a week in the spring when all the planets align and my flower garden in the front yard achieves near perfection. Lilacs bloom with the first wave of peonies, while the iris let their gorgeous grandeur be felt, … Continue reading
I have lots of thoughts and feelings about mothers. I have one, I am one. My first and strongest belief is that some of the best mothers on this planet have never given birth to a child. I know some of … Continue reading
April has been a tough month over here, Gentle reader. I feel as though all those spring showers have not only flooded my yard, but they’ve soaked my soul a bit. Too much distressing news, too much stress, too many … Continue reading
We are not on Spring Break, here at Bunkersdown. We took our break in February when we escaped to Florida for a few days. However, everyone else in Indianapolis is on their Spring Break this week and a good number of … Continue reading