Throughout my life, I’ve never been a big fan of going to school. Since my first year in kindergarten, I managed to keep the excitement of going to school for merely a day! after the first day of school, I told my mom that I didn’t want to go any more because it’s no longer fun and exciting- at 3 years old, I was already over it.
In the early years of primary school, I spent my morning wishing that my school would get invaded by aliens and Godzilla; and was delighted the day that Bangkok’s roads were too flooded for the school to be opened.
Once I grew up a little but more, I would develop a sudden onset of a “headache,” ‘stomachache,” and tons other aches and pains right at the intersection in front of my school every single morning. You get the idea.
Despite my good grades, school has never been my thing and I was always happy to get each of those educational stages of my life over and done with. However, with Le Cordon Bleu, it’s a little different. For once in my life, I actually enjoy what I’m learning and feel truly curious, excited, and eager to learn more and more. Despite gaining crazy biceps and triceps from whisking meringue and whipped cream in less than one minute and feeling exhausted at the end of every day, I’m actually sad that my basic pastry course is coming to an end. So here’s a little collage of my achievements and failures….of the first type of education that I truly love. =)
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Despite my not too bad but not as good as yours grade, I totally understand your feelings. Since there’s no Le Cordon Bleu here in Hamburg, I’m learning by myself and yes, it’s one of the most enjoyable activities in life. You’re already a pro, my sis! I really envy people who could try your bakings. You have to bake something for me when I return na.