I don't know what TMI means.
How did I know that??? (I really did. Well, I didn't know
, but you know what I mean.) That's probably the first time I've ever used the acronym, because there's pretty much no such thing as TMI with me. (I got nothing to hide from anyone.) TMI = Too Much Information.
I can actually drive just fine (pretty much). The main reason my mom was driving me when we met a couple weeks ago was because she and I had been looking at the condo before we went to RD. I hate driving, but I am capable of doing it. (Sucks that my car is a standard, though, because I can do about half as much with my left leg as I used to be able to do with it. That is, trying to balance a clutch in first gear SUUUUUCKS. But I am capable of doing it most of the time. I stall once in a while, though.)
Yeah, the pizzamaking class thing (if that's what you were referring to) is something I'm really looking forward to trying. The kitchen at this condo is not perfect, but it could allow me to create kind of a theater-like setting, where I could give informal FREE lessons to maybe 10 guests, up close where they'd be able to see and hear clearly, then pig out. Even though it would be free, I'd let people know that voluntary anonymous donations are accepted, encouraged, and appreciated. There are so many reasons why this would be good for me, and prospective income is just one.
Something just occurred to me yesterday: People in Columbus want to know how to make Donatos pizza. I believe my Donatos blog post has become the most popular post on my blog, and thanks to my experience working there, as well as a lot of work from Peter and a couple other members, I can make a near-perfect Donatos clone, even though I've only ever tried it once/twice (2 pizzas from one batch of dough). It's pretty easy, too, and it will become much easier if I give it a few more tries.