I taught the class on my “day off” and ended up working 10 1/2 hours. It is what it is, and I love it. The classes are fun for me, I get to use my degree, answer questions about cake, frosting and ganache. I am the authority on the subject for 90 minutes. Completely foreign and blissful all at the same time. I keep asking myself how I got so lucky to land this job. So. Blessed. I LOVE these projects. Planning makes me use my brain and I have to think out every last detail from each person’s Mise en Place to how I’m going to time melting chocolate throughout the night. Stressful to some, but I can’t think of anything more gratifying than a perfectly prepped night.
So me and my babes got all packed up and went on a road trip through the swirly twirly gum drop forest to spread cupcake cheer to the people of Riverton.
This was a smaller class (12) that I taught in the dining room of the store. Definitely harder to try and teach in this setting. Just more distractions. Huge learning experience though. I’ll be teaching all my future classes in the dining rooms!
…and I found out this week they love the classes so much they want me to start working on a Christmas Cake Pop Class! Two points to a rock solid education.
Tired, Happy and Living the Dream.