I don't know why married life has left me with nothing to blog about. I assume that will change.
The public library near my apartment is sparkling clean and appears to be brand new. I have no idea why New York City would decide to spend money on building a new library, when no one uses it. There have been more staff people than patrons, every time I have been inside.
I'm reading Michael J. Fox's new book, "Always Looking Up," about his past decade, involved in Parkinson's research and exploring new pursuits post-acting. It's more compelling than the category -- celebrity autobiography... -- led me to expect it would be. I'm also halfway through a book called Strange Bedfellows about political satire in America. The author spends a while explaining the differences between Jay Leno and Stephen Colbert (not satire vs. satire). I think it was a PhD thesis turned into a book. The author likes Stephen Colbert a lot.
I'm trying to read less and write more. Succeeding, to some degree. Powering through a draft of a play that I want to finish and am close to finishing.
Also just discovered the Food Network show Good Eats, even though I think it's been on for years and years. It's like a food show for kids, geared toward adults. That's a terrible description. It is quirky in a way I don't expect Food Network shows to be. That's a slightly better description.