It is a good idea; I know it is.
There is just something off with my implementation.
For only a few dollars I have opened a restaurant. It is free for birds and squirrels (at least that one item is free: suet). Coffee is free too, to any passerby. I have no taker yet—on the coffee—but I will not stop trying. I really like the idea of waking up to another life form, and I thought that going into business sounded like something else I can try.
For several days, however, my restaurant has just sat there. It has hung there, actually, a sad comment on the money that I wasted years ago on that business management minor. And then I remembered something I had learned: “Location. Location. Location.”
Using a chair, a length of metal tubing, and a $23,000 titanium hip I moved the restaurant 7 centimeters straight up and it has made all the difference. I have lost count of the customers today, but it is close to a dozen and I only have twenty digits
to work with with which to work frolick.
As I said, I am losing count.
But the coffee is still free.