Month: February 2019

Living Arts Weekly: Thawing

February 24, 2019 She turned to the sunlight and shook her yellow head, and whispered to her neighbor: “winter is dead.” -A.A. Milne As I look out my window to a marshmallow world of snowdrifts that are over my head, I shake my head at the theme of this blog post. But I know some …

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Living Arts Weekly: Reading

February 17, 2019 To learn to read is to light a fire — Victor Hugo, Les Miserables Who doesn’t love to curl up with a beloved child on their lap and a book to share?  In today’s Living Arts Weekly blog post, we celebrate the written word.  One common misconception of Steiner-based care of the young …

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Living Arts Weekly: Loving

February 10, 2019 “The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.” – Victor Hugo   It may be a Hallmark holiday, but I love Valentine’s Day.  Just a day about love — speaking it, showing it, and sharing it.  A day …

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Living Arts Weekly: Snuggling

February 3, 2019 There is such a fine line between cuddling and holding someone down so that they can’t get away.  –Dave Attell As I write this, we are in the middle of a cold snap in the Midwest. Well, that might be a bit of an understatement. It’s way beyond the usual frigid and …

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