Yeah I’ve been busy! I was hoping to have the stand out of test runs and fully functional by this last Monday, but there are a lot of kinks to work out with delivery timings and the like. So it looks like the Super Officialy Grand Opening is a little while off, turns out that opening up a bento stand is a lot of work…I’m not surprised about the work part – but I am surprised about how many decisions I’ve had to make. Here are just a few:
Would that guy be a good spokesperson? Also, what is he (or she?) An alien? A monster? A green…thing?
Should I think of the design on my mug as a bear or a mouse? (Okay, this is less relevant to the stand, but, still, I should come to a decision about it.)
Should I have my sign printed, or make it myself? Should I make a huge menu out of giant letters? Should I even have a menu at all? What if I just change what I have every day? Would people like the surprises? What if they don’t?
Are you sure he shouldn’t be the spokeperson? Look at that face! Also is spokesperson correct? Spokesmonster? Spokescreature?
How adorable should my cooking gear be? Is this too cute?
Oh no! I found another cute thing! Can they be co-spokespeople? Spokesbuddies? Will they be able to share the responsibility? Will the stress eventually destroy their friendship? (I hope not…I mean, look at the two of them!)
Sould I serve cupcakes too? Is that crazy?
Exhausting! So many choices to make. I don’t want to make another decision for the next 24 hours. In fact I refuse to make a decision! I’ve decided to let the decision center of my brain recover! I will spend the next day just doing whatever signs, people, or advertisements tell me to to. (I’m guessing my day will be spent stopping, yielding, not parking places, and buying sugary cereals, but you know what – I can handle that.) In fact, I’m going to just outsource my decisions for the day. I’ll just do whatever the world wants and report on the outcome. (hopefully the world demands reasonable, and not crazy things!)