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- 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.
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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
The signs are all around us, Gentle Reader. Winter is coming! (Say this in your best Game of Thrones voice.) Here’s how we know winter is almost here at Bunkersdown. 1- The heater clicks on every morning now. 2- The … Continue reading
School starts tomorrow. Yes, The Bunkersdown Academy for Bright but Strange Children will be opening its doors tomorrow. Let the pre-algebra mayhem begin! (As I typed that my blood pressure rose fifteen points and my palms got all clammy. <gulp> … Continue reading
Every family speaks their own language. I’m not talking about English or Chinese or Spanish. I’m talking about the little phrases and deliberate mispronunciations that every family develops throughout time. Here is a translation of how we speak over here at … Continue reading
It’s not news that I worry. A lot. I have written about my talent for worrying before. Critics would maintain that I obsess over things, but if you were being kind you could just say that I over-think things too much. … Continue reading
This weekend I’ve been feeling: Delighted at the chance of 50% off jellybeans at the supermarkets on Monday. Refreshed after a delicious Easter dinner with family and friends. Relieved that the husband did most of the clean up from the aforementioned Easter … Continue reading
Spring break. It happened to us, Gentle Reader, oh it happened. An entire week away from school and chores and forty degree temperatures. A week of sun and sunburns (despite copious amounts of lotion applied.) A week of beaches and … Continue reading