Mobile Monday: Homeschooling

Pictures taken with iPhone 4, using Camera+ or Instagram apps.

Wow! The past week went by super fast, partly because I was finally recovered from my tooth drama, and had a ton of work and homeschooling to catch up, but also because I had a very special guest come over the weekend. I will share about her in another post.

As usual, on Mondays I share pictures taken with a mobile phone, to capture the small little moments I might not otherwise capture. This week I didn’t get all that many, and the ones I did take were homeschooling related.

The above picture is my 2nd grader, who crawled up in bed with me (when I wasn’t feeling the best) to do her reading. She is really starting to take off with her reading and I am so proud of her.

Below is a picture of my 7th grader in his Challenge A (with Classical Conversations) class, as they each dissect a cow eyeball. You can see the moms hovering around, but not because the kids needed help, but because we were trying to see what they were doing (and taking pictures).

I am going to try to take a picture each day this week and next week post a collage. By the end of the year, I hope to be able to do a poster of all my iPhone pictures taken throughout 2012.



New workshop dates have been posted, along with a new combo special for Beginners PSE.

The monthly EE newsletter went out last weekend, with a combo special for the three creative action sets Coast to Coast, Route 66 and City Lights. A sweet new action, Lake City, was also given free in the newsletter. If you did not get  yours, you can access it via this link.

The winners of the Hakuba memory card cases were announced, so make sure you check it to see if you were a winner.

The Prime workshop, which was originally set to be April 13-14, was moved to September 22-23, will start Super Early Bird registration very soon, so stay tuned!

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I am passionate about helping others learn how to use their DSLR cameras and editing programs. More information about me can be found at my About page, or by visiting my personal blog.


  1. Love this!
    Did you know Home Schooling in now banned in Sweden? Law passed in 2010…How sad!
    I pray it doesn’t happen here!

  2. I have several friends that participate in Classical Conversations 🙂 Love homeschooling! It is sad that so many are so “afraid” of it and that it’s banned in Sweden 🙁 PRAYING it doesn’t happen here. They are trying and we have to be very alert! Thanks for sharing!!!

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