As always, I don't know how real teachers do it. I have wonderful students who learn quickly, absorb information well, ask great questions, and give me exactly the kind of feedback that I need to make my workshops better. In addition to that, I have taught some of these classes 6 or 8 times already, so I know the drill inside and out. And yet, by the end of the second day of teaching, even a day where I only taught a 2 hour class and played the rest of the time, I am totally worn out. It's a good kind of worn out, mind you, but I'm worn out just the same.
That said, it was a marvelous day.
I stayed for the banquet and door prize give-aways but snuck out before the end of the fashion show. My day was fantastic, full of fun and laughter with old friends and new, but it was time to head back to my room and veg for awhile.
Tomorrow, I can play in the morning again, and then after lunch, I'll be teaching the Mitered Square Cuff class, which I think is plumb full. After that, I will gather my things (and whatever I buy tomorrow- and you all know that I am going to buy something), and I'll head home. I'm already sad that NCFF is almost over.