If most of you are like me and are lucky enough to have a Friday night gig tonight, you will need to get home from work, deal with various family distractions, change clothes, load up the vehicle, and then drive somewhere. For me it goes something like this: - 45 minute train ride on DC Metro, then getting out of the commuter lot... - then getting home and talking and/or listening to my wife AND my 5 year old daughter, often at the same time, about everything that happened since their last phone call... - checking the mail, making sure there's not any bills I need to not pay... - helping take care of any crises like burned out light bulbs, garbage to be taken out, or worse, an emergency trip to the bank or store for something my wife couldn't get that day... - making coffee in my favorite 24 oz stainless steel tumbler so as to wake me up from my trip on the Metro.... - wolfing down dinner when it's ready (if it's not been delayed, which it sometimes is) - loading up the aforementioned vehicle... - getting showered (if I'm lucky).. - Getting dressed.. - getting in vehicle... ..and then getting back on The Road. Ah yes..the road. In my case, it's Suburban Maryland to Occoquan Virginia via Interstates 295, 395, and 95 south, where at any point and for any reason traffic can come to a grinding screeching all ahead dead stop. And it will, I'm sure. Anyway, it's 5:00 in about 3 minutes. Wherever you're going, go safe, and get back home the same way. Good weekend, y'all!