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L.E.N.S. photo challenge: learning spaces

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  1. Oh, how lovely! It looks like a comfortable spot to read.

  2. Great Picture! how great to learn in such a natural, comfy place!

    I didn't want to take new pics for this challenge and didn't have time to search through last summer for a better pic. so it's boring learning places for me,but I like the neatness & structure for learning I guess.

  3. What an awesome picture. Yes, you can learn anywhere! :)

  4. Oh, that's a great picture! I could see my daughter doing something like that...she loves to play in leaves.

  5. What a precious photo of your son! I just love it!

  6. This is a great picture! I love it!

  7. Oh to be in that very spot with a favorite book...

  8. Thanks for dropping a comment on my blog Janet. Love this picture, very cute!! Lisa

  9. So Love this photo
    Homeschooling rocks with possibilities
    Thanks for stopping by

  10. Love this picture...nothing better then being outside! :O)

  11. Love it! Reading is great in any surroundings.

  12. Picture Perfect = )!

    Love your blog! We have a ton in commong = ). Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your comments. Have a great week. Lisa

  13. He looks so cozy there. I love the soft light on his face!

  14. What a GREAT picture on your post!!!! Thanks for commenting on my blog about the sermon by Mark Gungor. I was just thinking that he might be on YouTube somewhere! His sermon was very intrguing, and controversial, and based on scripture! Hope that you have a great week!

  15. that is a great learning photo! Love it!

  16. Thanks, everyone! Alex went and retrieved his book all on his own that day. Such a sweet moment...I had to capture it with my camera. Can't wait for Saturday and a new challenge!


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