Parents worry. I don’t think this comes as news to you.
I remember calling my mother after watching my daughter Buck Wheat, Panda at the time, drive off alone for the first time. You can watch here if you like.
“When do you think I’ll stop worrying about her driving alone?” I asked.
“You won’t, get used to it!” was her reply.
Thanks mom, that was comforting.
I’m not nearly the worrier my mother is. So when the now 22-year old Buck stopped threatening to move to Austin, TX and actually moved, I was planning on missing her. But I didn’t plan on doing much worrying.
Then she texted me to say that she’s discovered that you can’t open a can of chick peas by stabbing it with a knife!
Now, I think I’ll worry!
While sitting around worrying about THE Buck and her fingers, I’m managing to continue to make steady progress on the web sites and e-commerce platforms for THE Revolution. Our 9 AM daily “stand-ups” allow me to see my vision become reality, as the developers turn my words into the site foundation and features.
While there are three dealers in this first group of Minutemen, we are only building one site at the moment: for Town Line Wallpaper and Paint in Malden, MA. Selected because he had the most vendors, once we build the Town Line site, the other two should pull together quickly.
I am far more intimately involved in the actual building and development of these sites than I was with the Janovic.com job, where my ro