Happy Michaelmas

The festivities started early with the findings of new crowns upon waking this morning . The nature table displayed new treasures of the season. Celebration rang thru the air. For breakfast I made apple bread while that baked I prepared the meatloaf that would be our lunch later on. After a moment of groans during clean up it was finally time for our circle. We sang our transition song along with our morning songs , we said prayer, then Miss Sky told her memory verses from Revelation 12:7-9. I read the verses from yesterdays post and read the story http://www.waldorflibrary.org/Clearing%20House/Fall%201976.pdf on page 3 for Little Sis. Since the dragon helped bake the towns bread we made our dragons bread to eat with lunch.childrens museum 389

 I used the recipe here http://naturenest.wordpress.com/2008/09/25/dragon-bread-a-recipe-and-a-verse/. Thank You Little Naturenest for your links to Michaelmas. Then for main lesson today it was Miss Sky’s turn to tell back the story form yesterday. She chose to act the story out assigning everyone’s part. Papa played the dragon, I was the king and the pleading towns people, Little Sis was the brave knight, and of course Miss Sky was the beautiful princess.childrens museum 382

Miss Sky drew her picture in her MLB .http://www.flickr.com/photos/24734949@N04/3967578588/. She wrote her sentences too being Big Sis and she have special plans for tomorrow. Papa helped make their shields and The Little’s decorated them.childrens museum 385

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I had a surprise story left in my comments from my post yesterday and I plan on telling it tonight for our bedtime story. We had a great day. I would love to see or hear how others celebrated their day if you would like to leave a link to your blog in the comments. Wishing everyone blessings on their journey. Peace childrens museum 387


3 Responses to “Happy Michaelmas”

  1. azuresage Says:

    I’m so happy to see that you guys had a fun start to Michaelmas. The dragon bread looks fierce & delicious, and it looks like your kids had a blast.

    Peace, Jenn

  2. The Tan Family Says:

    Thank you for sharing how you celebrate Michaelmas! I’ve learned from you today. Wonderful!

  3. erin Says:

    LOVE your dragon bread:)

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