Christmas is officially over. In all my years of being a Waldorf mom, student of Anthroposophy, and member of The Christian Community, this is the first time I’ve been able to commit to an entire practice for both Advent and the Twelve Holy Nights. I feel both accomplished and strengthened.
It feels like a completion and a beginning. My Santiago is eighteen after all and is soon to leave home. I was grateful for his willingness to participate in our Advent and Christmas rituals this year, touched each time he read aloud from our Advent story book (yes, we were still at it) and sang along, bored as he was. Time has done its work and we are once again at a portal of transition. Read more
Such a painful but necessary business.
This is a milestone year for me as a mother. Both my boys are graduating, one from high school and the other from lower school. This will mark my departure from the Steiner/Waldorf system. It is a poignant time of endings and beginnings. I feel the sweeping hand of change each time I visit our school. (Read more)
That’s what I managed to do with this site. I was considering changing the theme then somehow made it permanent and couldn’t get back to my original one, now I can’t seem to get back to the old format. So bear with me if things aren’t appearing where they ought to, but the confusion might actually lead you to articles you might find interesting. Enjoy the chaos!!