Waldorf Wednesday #32

Happy Waldorf Wednesday!

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Birthday Boy!

Wait, what’s that you say? It’s Thursday? In the real world, perhaps, but in my world, where I wandered about yesterday thinking it was Tuesday and then panicked and tried to take my kid to a piano lesson that didn’t exist? Today is Wednesday.

Please tell me this happens to other people.

It’s all my fault, of course. Since I’ve suddenly decided to have a life, my dance card has become a lot fuller than it was before. Carmen rehearsals, voice lessons, trips to the gym—and this is all besides the normal activities of six homeschooling children. Throw in all the end-of-the-year performances and a mama who is too busy to take 10 minutes to get organized, and you have a week with two Tuesdays and no Wednesday.

I’ve thought about doing something to make Waldorf Wednesday automatic, but I kind of like the idea of having this space to chat a little each week. Of course, it feels like what I mostly use this space for is to explain why I haven’t written sooner, so who knows what the right thing is to do?

Lots of fun stuff happening with the online Spring Faire. I’ve had lots of response so far and I’m going to work some more on it. It’s going to be AWESOME.

So, before I run downstairs and get started with my school day, I wanted to make sure this got posted.

Whatever day you think it is, I hope it’s a great one!


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  1. Annette, I love your sense of humor! 🙂 I often add or skip entire weeks in my mind and boy does that get me mixed up….

  2. Hello Annette,
    today I discovered your page. It is remarkable to see Waldorf activities all around the world. It is really wonderful. I like it.
    Best regards from Bavaria

  3. Hi annette,

    I’m glade your brain sounds a bit like mine! I’m just sharing what we did to start the year of lessons! Thought I should begin somewhere, but I am a bit behind!

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