I want to learn how to bake. I'm just not good at it. I'd also like to learn Spanish.
I would like to take a conversational Spanish class. I took a trip to Mexico to visit my son working there. I was frustrated by how poorly I could communicate with the locals. I like to travel and would like to communicate in the language of the locals and not expect them to speak English.
Also fitting in well with traveling would be a photography class.
I think it would be really fun to do a cake decorating class. I bake birthday cakes for a bunch of family members every year, and I'd really like to practice making them look cooler
I took geology, calligraphy, creative writing, psychology, and development. It turns out I adore all of them even more after taking the classes. Now I would take classes on architecture, one of my passions.
It is amazing how these choices you made opened your mind to more interests. Thanks for your answer.
These classes sound like a lot of fun and very interesting. I always wanted to take a calligraphy class, but unfortunately in my area it is not offered (so far).
Have you tried Michaels? They often have a great variety of classes and it is where I get my calligraphy pens.
Ballet - gosh, I had great childhood memories dancing it. Also, I'm sure to look great in a leotard and tights (and shorts over it if desired, because that's pretty much the trend in dancewear, but I prefer the two alone with soft shoes). Besides getting in touch with childhood, I desire to get a sleek, toned body.
I would take chemistry class. I love to make some gases by dissolving some chemicals.
I think I would select a graduate-level psychology class; one that focuses on forensic psychology. I would not select under-graduate level classes...
A foreign language class. Probably Swedish, Finnish or Norwegian.
Quilting. I have been sewing and quilting for about a year now but have so much more to learn.
I've taken several cooking classes over the years. Also I don't know if you would call it a class or not, but I sign up for water aerobics twice a year and that is a lot of fun.
Spanish! I would love to learn to speak it and there are many spanish speakers where I live. I also love going to Mexico so I could travel so much easier there.
I would take a bartending class. I think for someone like me, who likes to entertain, it would be a very helpful and informative class. Sure anyone can go online and look up how to make a drink, but learning to do it properly is the biggest plus of a class like that.
I would have to agree with you, when i was attending university for my undergraduate degree; myself and some friends enrolled in a Mixology class; it soon became our favorite. It was like pub-night with no operating costs. It was a wee-bit of fun...
There are too many to name. I would love to take another creative writing class, maybe even screenwriting. Anything artistic would be neat too. Maybe photography or woodshop.
I really wish to take a course in child psychology, neuroscience and education, since when I am longing to become a student all over again. Your question made me feel nostalgic to my yearning. Thanks!
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