What My Life Is Like

I haven’t seen anything on TV in several weeks, if not months. My wife and I are working our way through the decent but not exceptional Grey’s Anatomy while we wait for the library to get seasons 5-7 of West Wing. Unfortunately, I don’t listen to much radio or music either, so I totally missed the State of the Union address last week. Fortunately, I didn’t have to give it much consideration, since America’s Finest News Source reports “White House Quietly Retracts Entire State Of The Union Address.”

I’m thinking of hiring my old roommate Brandon as a consultant to analyze my social life and get me plugged into the Evanston/North Side social scene, the current state consisting of some of my wife’s colleagues. I’ll have to wait until spring to begin implementing any recommendations, though, because it’s freaking cold here and I’m a huge wimp these days.

If anyone wants to read my comments about Greenbelt, MD, in the New York Times, you’re going to be disappointed, because they didn’t make it into the story. If you want to hear a bit about the history of Greenbelt’s postwar development, see my earlier post and HABS report on Springhill Lake. I’ll keep you posted on my next brush with greatness.