To begin, we followed the Kickstarter suggestions to the letter. They suggested we run our campaign for no longer than 30 days so as not to wear down those who might support the project.
Okay, well…we probably DID wear our friends down, but we got it done.
But then, there was the matter of the fine print. The fine print which eluded me. The fine print which was evidently on one of the several pages…of the several agreements…wherein I clicked the “Yes, I agree!” box.
Oh, the limits of what a person will click know NO bounds when they want something good to happen.
So, somewhere embedded in that fine print was this message: You don’t get your money until 16 business days after you’ve completed your Kickstarter campaign.
Meh. I have begun to identify with Varuca Salt in the 1970s Willy Wonka movie: “I want it NOW!”
I want to order our equipment. I want to roll out our pilot run. I want to see what it’s going to be like for the next ten years. I want to see how hard it is to approach a stranger and ask them to open up to someone they’ve never met. I want to see Rachel’s photographs. I want to hear the stories. And…
I want it NOW!
But, we’ll have to wait three more business days. And THEN, we’ll begin making progress.
Love, kisses, and cyclothymic tendencies…
[kelly] & Rachel J. Apple
P.S. We thought our pilot run would be this upcoming Saturday, March 1. Evidently, it won’t. It will most likely take place 1-2 weeks after that date that we wanted NOW. However, we DO know that Carney, OK is our first stop. We know that won’t change…right?