How We Are Going To Get Things Done in Six Weeks

The countdown begins before this lovely lil experiment gets to show its purty face to the world in Indianapolis, then Germany, Brussels and Italy.

To prevent myself from being frozen in fear, I’m happily documenting the process with a new video series called “How We Are Going to Get Things Done in Six Weeks”.

Which is an absolutely serious, completely ridiculous take on the process of how this project’s becoming a reality. Yeah!

Feel free to ask me questions via video or photo or our page: http://www.facebook.com/project1979

Here’s one question I can’t wait to answer:

Stay tuned! Tomorrow I’ll send out the first of the fabulous “The Faces of project1979” postings, highlighting the lives of the folks who make our generation GREAT.

I think it’s time for a high five, don’t you?

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2 Responses to “How We Are Going To Get Things Done in Six Weeks”
  1. What if you had a kid in the 70’s. That makes me a grandmother of the project.
    High Five.

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