The Handwork teacher

I am a mother to two beautiful girls and I teach Handwork and Fine Arts in our local waldorf charter school in Arizona.

Friday, December 26, 2008

live feed

I am totally amused by my live feed ..... do people actually come to visit this site that often...are they really people interested in crafts or are they just surfing (most likely) and are they even human? I mean it could just be a computer programed to check different sites randomly and often. and WOW they are from all over the world.....and is that why they don't leave comments.

They may not leave comments because they can't speak English or maybe they see the site and have nothing to say....or maybe they don't want to say anything.

hmmmmmmm....I am totally amused!

12 comments:

Dawn said...

I don't leave comments enough, but I will say that I visit often because I enjoy reading what you have to say. ;) I hope you had a great Christmas.

Tali said...

I'm the one from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I'm a waldorf mama and also a waldorf teacher future student...i love your lovely and inspiring blog :)---Mabel

willowcaroline said...

Usually just wayy too busy to do more than surf.. I am a mom of three boys, and fulltime high school teacher. My boys attend/attended the Waldorf school where I live, and at one point Waldorf handwork was a big part of my life... we have many a handmade gnome and flower fairy, and several dolls still floating around. But now that 2 of the sons are teens, and I am back to work full time, I find less time for that sort of handwork.. although I still knit and bake and garden.

WendyZ said...

Well I'm really here checking from my Apple Mail RSS reader in Rocky Mount, North Carolina!

When I first started my family blog, it was never listed in searches etc but I'd have people stumble across it somehow from the strangest places.

Alissa said...

I'm gonna be a wild one and leave a comment ;) Just bopping around looking for resources for preschooling at home. Or really just living with my preschoolers. who are not in preschool.

Pam said...

I'm a handwork teacher in Australia and I love to see what you are doing with the children. I'm new to blogging so my site is a bit shiny and thin on the ground. Beautiful stuff.

Teaching Handwork said...

Thank you all for responding....I makes me feel much less like I am talking into the void.....there are people around and all this time spent blogging has a purpose!

marty said...

I love reading your blog, I'm a theacher in the Netherlands. You give me lots of ideas to practice with my children, at home and at school. Keep on going!!!!

leemay said...

Hi
I have to say"THANK YOU SOOOOOOO MUCH" I visit your blog regularly.
Because I am a handwork teacher too. Feng Le school which is a Waldorf inspired school in Taiwan.

I do not know if you can see the photoes from here
http://www.wretch.cc/album/leemeiwu66
because everything is in Chinese.

I hope that I can have some more time to work on my English blog so I can share Chinese handwoks with you.


by the way can you please give me tips about cross stitch for forth grade?
Thanks again
Best wishes


yours

Leemay


http://www.wretch.cc/blog/leemeiwu66

http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/st0597/gallery

leemay said...

Hi
I have to say"THANK YOU SOOOOOOO MUCH" I visit your blog regularly.
Because I am a handwork teacher too. Feng Le school which is a Waldorf inspired school in Taiwan.

I do not know if you can see the photoes from here
http://www.wretch.cc/album/leemeiwu66
because everything is in Chinese.

I hope that I can have some more time to work on my English blog so I can share Chinese handwoks with you.


by the way can you please give me tips about cross stitch for forth grade?
Thanks again
Best wishes


yours

Leemay


http://www.wretch.cc/blog/leemeiwu66

http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/st0597/gallery

mistress of fiber said...

A friend of mine (and a kinder teacher) hooked me up to your site. I am the HW teacher at our local Waldorf school. Being so isolated here, it is great to be able to "visit" other teachers classrooms via the web. My dream? Someday to go to Sunbridge :)

Gratiela said...

Hi :)
No, you are NOT talking into the void :) I'm Gratiela, from Cluj Napoca, Romania, and I came across your blog today. I'm studying for my master degree in psychology, and I am in love with all things Waldorf. I hope to one day have the chance to become a Waldorf teacher. In the mean time, I gather Waldorf type craft ideas just because they are lovely, and for my future babies too:)
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your ideas. I added you to my blogroll, so I'll be dropping by often from now on.
Have a lovely rest of the week :)