The office is so quiet, with the exception of Aimee’s cough and the four dogs growling and attacking each other. To my understanding, they tried hooking up some music system in the office but no such luck…Harvey has about four iPhones, one works, and he lost the other three to some type of water damage (snow, toilet, and some type of body of water – lake? pond? I don’t remember.) Anyway, they’re trying to get the music source from an iPhone that only displays a white screen. Aimee said it best, “Harvey, you need to live in a desert.”
As I drove up to the office today I saw Aimee’s car parked in the street. I looked past her car at the unplowed driveway. No big deal! I’ll park behind Aimee’s car. Walking through the snow was quite the task. I swear, some parts of the yard were buried four feet deep. Me, still waking up, thinks it’s a good idea to just cut across the yard to the front door… NOPE. I sunk in so fast that my jeans were soaked up to my thighs. I’m exaggerating. I had boots on but the snow got into my boots and melted. I got inside and immediately got the trash ready to be picked up. (Garbage man comes every Tuesday.) I didn’t see a trash can outside so I walked over to Harvey’s garage (which is across the yard) and grabbed one. I dragged it through the treacherous winds and snow only to see there was one at the end of his driveway, hidden by the mounds of snow. I threw the weeks worth of trash into the can and dragged the other back to the garage. I thought to myself, “Okay, I will not cut through the yard this time; I’ll just walk on the driveway.” Then, to my luck, the plow approaches and starts to work on the driveway. Now, I could either stick with the driveway and get my legs chopped off by the plow or I could suck it up and go through the yard again. I’d rather have my legs cold and wet than have no legs at all. Yard it is.
After I got in and warmed up with a fresh cup of coffee, I updated the Kickstarter backer’s map and made a timeline of Kickstarter from October 2nd to today. It’s pretty cool. I don’t know when it’ll be up but when it is, you know who made it Maybe even, you want to be on that map too… easy answer: donate! It could be as little as a dollar or as much as the $3,700 we need. That’s if you’re feeling extra generous though…and if you’re still in the Holiday spirit! I know you guys may be getting annoyed with us posting so much about Kickstarter, but you have to understand we only have about 5 days left. If we don’t reach the $15,000, we don’t get anything… which makes it tougher for us to fund the post-production process. This movie is Harvey’s baby! If we can get it done faster by going through Kickstarter, we’re going to try our hardest to make it work… but we need your help!