Patience is a hard thing to maintain, as is momentum.

Impatience can drive momentum, but generally it will drive it in directions that you don’t want it to go.  Understanding that keeping things moving just for the sake of keeping them moving is a bad thing… you need to let the inspiration drive you, not your need for “something, anything” to happen.

This project is something that I would love to start shooting RIGHT THIS SECOND, but I know that there’s ALOT to do to get it to a point where we can successfully launch the production.

Still doesn’t keep me from going a little crazy though.  Especiall with horoscopes like this:

I hope you won’t merely wander around the frontier. I hope you’ll undertake a meticulous yet expansive exploration of that virgin territory. Here are some tips on how to proceed: 1. Formulate specific questions about what you’re looking for. 2. Develop a hypothesis for the experiments you want to carry out. 3. Ignore what doesn’t interest you and pounce only on what stirs your fascination. Halloween costume suggestion: an alien anthropologist visiting Earth from another planet; a time-traveler from the future who’s doing a documentary on this historical moment; a religious pilgrim who’s keeping a detailed journal.

Put progress is being made.  A team of excited folks is starting to gather.  And as long as I can keep the wind in our sails, we’ll move forward just fine.