Lucky for me, my fiancee just happened to be minoring in driver's ed! It was already past the deadline to sign up for the BYU class, but Adam pulled some strings and managed to get me in. It was actually a great class. I think I was the only native born U.S. citizen there as a student. In fact, when I told one of my classmates I was from Georgia, she thought I meant the country! I think she was Russian. We met twice a week in class and then we had driving practice with one of the student teachers. I was really pathetic to start. I had trouble with simple parking! And I can't even describe to you how nervous I was to go out on the roads in traffic for the first time. (I had driven before with my learner's permit, but it had been years since I had really practiced.) And then my teacher made me drive on the interstate!!! I almost got into an accident the first time I drove on I-15!
There were two students paired up with one teacher, so I had to spent half the time being driven around by someone else who didn't know what they were doing. We actually had a really good time and it was a great experience and wonderful preparation for my driver's test. I'm so thankful to Adam for insisting that I take that class.