This morning Jeff dropped Bracken and I off at the Waldorf School. We were a little early, and as we were waiting, we looked out the window and saw a huge rainbow across the sky! It felt very magical to see that right before going to our Rainbow Bridge class. When the teacher, Ms.Marion, arrived, Bracken was so excited he came bursting into the room and headed straight for the play kitchen. He loves that play kitchen. Inside one of the pots are “noodles” (bits of colorful wool yarn), which are lots of fun.
I admired this star in the window.
Then the sun came out.
That sweet room looks so pretty with the sun shining in.
And this picture? Words don’t express how much I adore this picture. I’m so grateful I captured this moment of Bracken’s pure delight and glee. It looks like he is playing with faeries in a magical place.
This captures the essence of why we go to the Waldorf class, it brings our Spirits joy.
This is a peek at my sewing project. Our handwork projects right now are these moon babies. Last week I finished sewing my moon and stuffing it with wool. Today I filled the baby’s head with wool and stitched on the little hat. (I was delighted that Ms.Marion had a tiny bit of fabric left with blueberries on it!) I started stitching the baby to the moon. Next week I’ll make the body.
I am really enjoying this project. Sewing by hand is so peaceful and soothing for me.
After our class, we went outside and Jeff was there to pick us up. We decided to walk over to the playground for a bit. Bracken went down the slide a few times. I’m always amazed that he’s not the least bit intimidated or afraid when it comes to slides, he just goes for it. And the swings? When he saw there were swings he literally squealed with delight. Jeff got this picture of him on the playground. I love his face here.
When we got home today, Bracken wanted to sing the songs from our Waldorf class and do the body movements. I don’t know the songs yet, I’m still learning them, but did my best to sing the parts I knew. Then he wanted me to do it again and again. The magic of our day carries on at home.