Waldorf Wednesday #18

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In the dark cold days
There shines a light
To make my heart
So pure and bright.

~Winter Seasons of Joy

Cold.

Gray.

Winter.

Ugh.

I’m having a bit of a blue week, so I haven’t had a whole lot to say. Rather than whinge, I’m going to open up Waldorf Wednesday and hope you’ve all been having a better time than I am. I do want to pop back and add some of our favorite homemade laundry recipes, maybe after we’ve done school.

I  wanted to add some of our Monday food rhythms as well. I was going to do another “day in the life” of our Monday, but the washing machine was making scary noises and our day got turned upside down as we waited for the repairman to show up. It’s always something!

Have a great week!

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7 Comments



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    Sorry you’re having a blue week. Sharing my post, Mama Guilt & the Waldorf Police. It was this time of year last year that I wrote it and find it’s helpful to read this time of year, when it seems the blues try to hit us all. Reading much about the winter blues lately. Here’s to a better week ahead.


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    I am sorry you are having a “down” week. Looking forward to your detergent recipe.
    Hope you are feeling some peace and joy soon!


  3. //

    I’m sorry you’re having a hard week! I love your “day in the life” posts. Thanks for the link-up!


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    It always helps me to help someone else or pray for their problems when I am feeling blue ;)Gray days are hard.


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    I hate those times. One thing that always helps with this for me is getting everyone out of the house for anything at all — fun is good, too (; These times come. And then they go. xo


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