When I started this blog, I fully expected meet a roadblock or two. And a month seemed like a long time to work out the problems. Let's just say that the romantic idea of one month to figure this all out was ill-planned. Time is not on my side, and the roadblocks seem more like barricades at this point. But I'm not here to complain, that's just the reality of the situation. Look on the bright side. As of now, we've purchased a food truck, fashioned it to my specifications, got our LLC, got our vending license, and secured some purveyors. All in all, not bad. Here's the plan.
Secure a spot. This is the part that makes me sick. Historically, I don't sell myself well, and this is what it's all about. How would a business owner not want to take money from me to park there and make them more visible. It seems like it should be easy, I just have a sinking feeling. Sorry, that was foreboding.
Get my inspections. Anyone who has worked with me knows my great fear of the health inspector. Don't get me wrong, I've never failed one. It's just a bit nerve-racking. I tend to obsess.
In the dramatic structure of my venture this is all part of the rising action. I just need to make it to the resolution.