One reader requested I give a bit of a fish eye view into what my daily work is like; this comes as a result of a number of posts on my travails as a knitting teacher, as well as my general lack of noise in this space of late.
I guess it prompted a reader to ask: how hectic can it be?
Well, on any given day, when study hall begins, I am–quite literally–crowded by kids asking for knitting help, computer help, general life help, and other tomfoolery. While I love the high energy that comes with it all, the last thing I want to do when I’m home in the evening is hit the computer once more.
Lucky for my reader request series, one of my youngest, a 6th grader, got hands of my camera the other day and snapped the above photo of the crowd.
So thank that little budding photographer; just after, I gave her a quick once over on using the different settings like macro.
Interested in other items in the Reader Request series, gander gander.