This week in our Monday morning circle, I took Aiden’s place as master of ceremonies. Gundula and Scott spoke about the weather. Jade spoke about the stars and Jim and Fred spoke about sports. Then everybody told us about the activities they did on the weekend. Patricia also told us that she was teaching speech to elementary school teachers at the Waldorf Teacher Training. She did some tongue twisters with us. Here are two:

The lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue, the tip of the tongue, the teeth, the lips.

A box of biscuits, a box of mixed biscuits, and a biscuit mixer.

In the afternoon, we gathered in Circle Hall for Ballroom dancing with Julia.

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, the volunteer coworkers got a chance to see what it was like to work in workshops other than their own.

In our Thursday morning college Ruth O. introduced the subject of art in the world. She showed us in a drawing how art is an interaction between a human being and the world. Then she asked, “What are the different kinds of art?” Some answered, “music, painting, sculpture, poetry, drama, architecture and eurythmy.”
After our introduction to art, Patricia introduced us to Eric, a new coworker who will be working in our garden.

After a short break Lorna’s bell choir practiced their bell playing.

In the afternoons, we broke into our eurythmy, clay, painting, reading, writing, novel, swimming and singing groups.