Monthly Archives: August 2011

Apple Pie

The apples on our little tree look and smell just too good to wait any longer. Eating together by candlelight while the rain gently taps on our windows. The first apple pie of the season, a season of handknit socks … Continue reading

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The Weekend is for .. breathing!

I am so grateful for the weekend. This last week has been so stressful, I have been feeling like I am always ten twenty steps behind the children. We were looking for a simple craft and decided to sew some … Continue reading

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Grateful Friday

This week I am grateful for… autumn sunsets across the farmer’s fields, for rainbows found in bedrooms, (“The fairies must have put it there for me to find,Mama!“) and for starting the new homeschool year with a freshly organized dining-room … Continue reading

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Waldorf Homeschool : Our Weekly Rhythm

One of the things that is really important to us is our weekly rhythm. While some days we might meet friends and others we might go to the beach, there are certain things that are always the same, something we … Continue reading

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Grateful Friday

This week I am grateful for… …sings of Autumn everywhere I look. I am grateful for new little corners, for rain and the big apple tree, for hair like a thunderstorm, clouds of curls and lightening, and for a love … Continue reading

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Felt Autumn Leaf Bunting Pattern

We made this little bunting yesterday, and as it looks so pretty I thought I really should share it with you. We cut the pattern pieces out of cardboard, traced them onto felt, one of each onto red,orange and yellow … Continue reading

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Felt Handprint Autumn Trees

As you all probably know by now, Autumn is my absolutely favourite season. Each year I can’t wait for the 1st of September when I can finally start Autumn crafting and decorating, but this year I just could not wait … Continue reading

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