What I intend to blog about is Joey. And Joe's Pizza. You see, without going into too much detail here, his business has hit it's first significant obstacle. He's been contacted by the school admin who have asked him not to sell pizza during lunch because of the contractual obligation they have with the company that caters lunches for students.
There's been some confusion about this both on our part and the students', but he's received a pretty clear message that lunch is off limits.
So, he's regrouping. Figuring out a way around this. I have to expect these kinds of risks in the world of small businesses. And, there's no one I trust more than my husband in this situation.
|The boys, being boys.|
I don't know what this whole pizza deal has in store for us. I support him wholeheartedly because I know his pizza is good, but I'd be lying if I said I was fully behind it. Don't get me wrong, I want him to be happy and successful, at whatever he does. But, I like having him around. At home. But, that's putting the cart before the horse.
Besides, there is a bigger issue to worry about. We still have 600 cans of tomatoes in our house that he needs to use.