For two months in a row, I blogged every day. I’m not really sure how I managed to accomplish that, but I did, and it’s over. And so far, no one over at Slow Travel has laid down the gauntlet for April. Thank gawd. Thanks to all of you for the comments. I looooooooove comments, even if I don’t always respond to them.
Tomorrow, I’m off to Savannah for my long awaited vacation. Yes, I realize I went to Italy 6 months ago, and that was a long awaited vacation, too…but let’s be honest, all my vacations are eagerly anticipated and long awaited, because I’d much rather be traveling than working. I can guarantee as soon as I return from Savannah I’ll be dreaming about where I can go next.
Anyways…I’m packed, the house is clean, my car is at the mechanics for some much needed TLC (aka its 90,000 mile service) and I can throw away my mile-long to-do list, because it’s all done. And I finally finished Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt’s non-fiction (hah!) account of murder in Savannah. I loved reading about all the places I’ll be seeing, but I still can’t get over the fact that this book is classified as non-fiction.
Here are a few of the places on my must-see list for Savannah:
So stay tuned…the laptop is going along for the adventure, and while I’m sure I won’t be posting daily, I do plan to blabber on about what I’m up to in Savannah.