Remember when I said, "We called a tow truck?"
We waited and we waited, and then we waited a little more (okay - for probably two weeks we waited.) That tow truck just never showed up! Unbelievable right? Yeah, that is what I thought.
Sometimes you have to say "when" and be glad that you own a pair of hiking boots (and a bottle of water.) You need water when you are going on a really LONG hike.
Oh sure, The Mystery Machine may be having engine trouble; but, it is "a fabulous machine" and well worth a hike to the next service station. (I tell myself this as I endure the LONG LONG HOURS of work we've been putting in to find a good mechanic and get "our beloved Mystery Machine" back up and running.)
Don't let my previous statement (about enduring the long long hours) be confused with complaining. I am not complaining at all, nope not me. Because, even though we've had some big set backs, and even though I am totally dying to see this project launch... and it is killing me that I am STILL not to a point that I can "leak" a really juicy hint at what I've been up to... AND I really wish it were going to be available SOONER instead of later... because Even though we have been staying up until midnight and getting up at 6 AM and I really have to say it - "writing and proof reading REALLY LONG documents" is not generally my idea of fun - all that having been said...
I AM LOVING THIS!
Why? because I am VERY grateful for the support I've had and I know that every set back experienced has been an amazing learning opporutniy that gets us closer to bringing this vision to life.
...and if you could see it, you would think the document we've been slaving over is the most beautifully written and formatted document! (I can't take credit for that - there are a couple of "mystery men" to whom I owe all the credit.)
So, don't expect anything in the next few weeks, and may be not in the next couple of months. But, the Mystery Machine hasn't been abandoned, at least not by it's devoted team.
I'll keep you updated. :)