Glad you enjoyed your 1st lesson.
I stopped taking lessons with my last instructor for awhile. I didn't feel like I was learning anything. I was taking riding lessons twice a week, and sometimes would get in an extra ground school lesson. I would get there early to groom and tack up so I would have my full hour riding lesson. The last few times I went she spent more time talking to her trail riding buddies, whom also boarded there. She would tell me "good job" with her back to me the whole time.
So I quit for awhile.
One night we met up at a show and was asked why I stopped coming and I told her. I went for another lesson and it went so well that I paid for lessons in advanced. On our 3rd lesson, things went back to the same way as before. I haven't been back since. I still have lessons paid for and once allergy season gets better, I'll go back and take the remainder of my lessons that I paid for. Then I'll be taking dressage lessons for awhile with another trainer at the same barn.
If you have a good instructor hold onto them. Good instructors are worth their weight in gold.
"Don't let doubt, fear or the negativity of others stand in the way of your dreams and goals." - Clinton