She’s responsible for all of the bread and yogurt pictures that will soon show up on these pages. She was the only student and my right-hand-(wo)man yesterday at The Goat Cheese Class. She’s good at pictures.
She’s also good at milking.
And making Armenian String Cheese.
And flying small planes. And doing “Scientific Fly Overs”. And studying Manatees. And Monarch Butterflies.
She works for CAVU and is in charge of the Central America Division where they create films to increase awareness for the local people and others to inspire conservation.
Here are some of their films, that I haven’t yet had time to watch, but sound REALLY interesting!
Another amazing thing is my 7-year-old. As any of you who have taken The Class know, he is shy and rarely shows his face. Well, he loves animals and animal videos. Therefore, he ACTUALLY spoke to Michele. And showed her how to milk. And sprayed his poor, unsuspecting mother with a strong stream of milk to the neck (on purpose) during his demonstration. And cracked up about it. Aaaah, how I love the boy.
So, here’s a special invitation to any of you with really cool jobs. I’m willing to get sprayed in the neck by my child in exchange for you coming to The Class and sharing your adventure stories.
Note: We will also welcome anyone without cool jobs. You just won’t get to see me get sprayed.
THANK YOU Michele for the great time, the pictures and helping my youngun come out of his shell!
- The Goat Cheese Lady