Monthly Archives: June 2013

 A bit of sewing for camp

We registered Sophia for a nature-adventure camp many months ago.  I knew ticks were bound to be an issue, and also heat, so what to dress her in has been on my mind.  In the end, I chose to order … Continue reading

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Just before a storm warm buns headed to the oven before dinner Happy sheep   Annie Oakley (above on the left, white and black ewe) and Annie’s wool (below) on the spinning wheel 100+ meat bird chicks! It’s been happy … Continue reading

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Actias luna

Look what we found on the door of the sugar-shack! Info on the Luna Moth.

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Sophia’s Big Day

Sophia had such a big day yesterday – it was her first-ever horseback riding competition!  Because it was her first experience, she showed lead-line with her incredibly wonderful trainer, Cailyn.  (Seriously – we are so blessed to have found this … Continue reading

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Waldorf 1st Grade (Year In Review)

Our first year of academics has come to a close.  When we began the journey last September, I wondered what it would feel like to be in this moment (June), looking backwards.  And it turned out to be a wonderful … Continue reading

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Sontag complete

I finished my big comfy rustic shawl this morning and I’m afraid I’ve only briefly taken it off since then to weave in the ends.  I love it.  This was a success – coming from someone who despises shawl-making.  But … Continue reading

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I did so much knitting outside today under the crab apple tree. The girls climbed trees and played house and splashed around. I think I will be finished with my sontag shawl by the end of the week. Feeling really … Continue reading

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