Archive for 'Festivals & Holidays'
The current high tech world with its synthetic surroundings has taken us far from the natural world and our historic traditions of making things by hand. We are starved for natural textures, fibers and irregular forms. [...]
Recipes for Candlemas
The main element of your decorating scheme for Candlemas is fairly obvious: candles. You can gather all the candles in your home in one room and light them from one central candle. Candlemas is one of [...]
Festival of Candlemas
For as the sun shines on Candlemas Day, So far will the snow swirl until May. For as the snow blows on Candlemas Day, So far will the sun shine before May. On February 2nd, it’s [...]
Honor Thy Father
Here are three ways to honor your father that speak to the gifts of tradition with the experience of contemporary life: 1) Honor your father’s history. What events shaped his life? Have his tell a story [...]
The Story of Martin and the Poor Man
Long ago their lived a good young man named Martin. Even as a boy, he knew that one day he would be expected to serve in the military. His father was an important military officer. And, [...]
The Little Hobgoblin: A Halloween Story
Perfect Halloween story for my little one! Thank you!
I landed here on my quest for direction in the education of our 3-year
Having the Faith to Let Go!
I just love it. full of humour, and your reason for home schooling bei
Making a Painting Board for Wet-on-Wet Painting
This looks great, but just a thought is it easy to find Masonite wood
Five Reasons to Stop Saying "Good Job!"
I am a parent of Waldorf educated children and I found your post Inter