Share Your Holiday Traditions – A Giveaway!

This past Sunday was the first day of Advent and whether or not Advent fits within your family customs, the time leading up to the Winter Solstice and Christmas is a good time for contemplation, going within and working through unresolved issues in your heart. In the Waldorf tradition, the weeks leading up to Advent …

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Day One of Clean Eating…and a Spring Sale!

Ok here’s the thing, no matter how hard I try – how many ways I make them – where they come from – or what they are combined with…. I HATE EGGS! Isn’t it strange? Everybody seems to love them. But, ever since I was a little girl, I just cannot stand the taste of …

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Happy St. Nicholas Eve!

Tonight St. Nicholas comes to many households and leaves small tokens and goodies in children’s shoes that are left out.  Sometimes he leaves candies that look like gold coins, gum or apples and fruit.  Simple little things.  Nothing that requires much planning. Will your children be leaving their shoes out for St. Nicholas tonight?  Is …

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An Outdoor Thanksgiving

This event is put on by friends (family, really) of ours each year.  It is such a cool way to celebrate Thanksgiving in the true sense of the way it was celebrated between the Pilgrims and the Native American Indians.  We feel so lucky to be included in this amazing tradition.   The event is …

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Fleeting Moments

Oh these moments, they are so fleeting – aren’t they?  I haven’t been in this space for a long time and find it harder and harder to keep up with my blog.  Yet, I have a deep desire to once again keep this place active and updated and I hope to find a way to …

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Candlemas Bright

“This ancient festival marks the midpoint of winter, halfway between the shortest day and the spring equinox. Candlemas is a traditional Christian festival that commemorates the ritual purification of Mary forty days after the birth of her son Jesus.  On this day, Christians remember the presentation of Jesus Christ in the Temple…. In pre-Christian times, …

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