Ahh, Saturday night. It's amazing how differently I look at this weekly occasion nowadays, as opposed to two years ago, when I was still in college. Back then, I'd be wrapping up a week's worth of drudging through classes and drinking way too much at night, and come Saturday I'd no doubt be preparing for more of the same, minus the classes.
Tonight, I finished work an hour ago, and I'm at home on my couch by myself. My socks are off, my laptop is plugged into the wall and Pandora is blissfully feeding my ears. And I'll be damned if I move from this spot tonight.
That aside, I thought I'd bring your attention to our Where We're Going page. Not to beat a dead horse or anything, because I know I've taken the time to wave the flag about this section in the past. But this is completely different.
As of about 12:30 a.m. today, that section is no longer a long, one-page compendium of where we'll be travelling, city by city. Now, it's a list of where we're going, city by city, with links to the city's individual America in 100 Days writeup by yours truly. And to boot, the index now includes the dates of our tentative visits next to the city/destination name.
It's all in the interest of saving time for you, our precious readers and subscribers. And I hope you find it to be just that, time-saving, because it took up an inordinately large amount of my time last night and early this morning. For all the effort it took, I hope you'll check it out and consider it your good deed for the week.