It will be so incredibly cool! Since there's really only room for one monkey in the booth (and a small, corner monkey, at that), it works out nicely to have Jennie stay home and code for a few days while I man the booth. I'll probably do most of the actual updating and re-entering of most of the entries (while she trips customers to make them stop at the booth and buy stuff), since I have to generate the CCNow codes (everything else will be done automatically! How cool is that?!). We even tentatively figured a way to code up the calendar site and card sending services with minimal pain. We've had a blast (okay, I have, don't suppose I can speak for Jennie, but she hasn't cried or hid in the corner) making EMG stuff and scheming. Look out world. When I ditch the dayjob and she moves up here, we will be unstoppable. Jennie and I, we're clever, but together, we're Mad Geniusez. TM.
Frelling hot today, and I spent a few hours over the heatpress, and many other hours toting and stacking and loading and unloading the truck and wrangling display pieces together. Geniusez that we are, I still forgot to bring the cordless drill.
Printing cards now; I haven't got much card backstock since I started the new printing method. The old style cards are cheap and I hope to move most of them out this year. Cheap, I tell ya. Next is more magnets and stickers.
Yay! Looks like I might have enough work for the pirates coloring book now. This might be a first for EMG: a multi-artist coloring book that *doesn't* include me! I tried drawing some and failed miserably. Pirates aren't my bag, baby. I'll have plenty for the goth book, which also looks like it's coming together quickly.
Alright, I gotta go catch up on the email, etc. that has been piling up since I've been concentrating on the fair.
Edit: Oo! Today, Jake and bought lights for the kitchen. John might come over and wire everythng in. And we'd have lights. With Switches! That turn on and off without unplugging and don't fry bugs and aren't construction lights on tripods that are easy to trip over and float around the room in inconvenient spots and get in the way of Everything. Also, my feet hurt. As does my back, from the lifting and the heaving and the screwing.