What to say? Some fabulous feedback and some new Facebook friends. The mechanics of teaching has much in common with the mechanics of a flower arrangement. You need to get the basics in place in order to progress.
I received the call about Saturday’s class last Wednesday morning. From there the well-oiled machine rolls into place. Confirmation of the course outline and then a lesson plan, and, based on previous experience, the thumbs up that the on-site cafe would be open. It’s a long day without the prospect of a cuppa mid-way through.
Bringing the workshop together is a bit of a military operation. Flowers and greens, counted and bundled. Multiples of buckets, aprons, scissors, floral foam, pot tape and more. The next step is boxing for minimal delivery and set-up fuss.
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