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.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

So Negative!

Thank you for listening to my rant.

The drama continues but I am sending constant energy out to my angels and Archangels for help

6 comments:

Nadja Lazar said...

It looks like the Universe is working on all continents the same way. I don't want to fight as well and I am pregnant. I am praying my colleague will open her eyes soon :) Have a great day and don't give up!

Lisa Anne said...

These faculty relationships can be so difficult. Praying for light to shine in on those meetings. (((*)))

Cadi said...

My thoughts are with you. I can so relate. Let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

Angela Mobley said...

Ohhh this is so hard. I hate it when that happens...and there are people like that out there. I think it is harder in the context of a Waldorf school....I hope it all works out...
blessings, Angie (are you going to conference?)

elementsofmylife said...

Having been there, done that (although not in a school) I feel your pain. If I'd known the power of a child study back then I'm sure I could have helped turn things around. It continues to amaze me how that work really changes things. I'm confident that a similar approach will at least start on turning things around.

Hang in there!

Marty said...

Don't give up!!! You give children what they need, learning by using your hands, practising handwork, please keep believing in yourself, you are my favorite blogger, the new world, the grownups of the future need people like to teach them the things like you do, keep on going!
(comment from the Netherlands, sorry for the, maybe, wrong Englisch writing, it's from my Dutch heart)