Games without frontiers...
When people run in circles...

On and on and on and on…

Why does it feel like it's been four months since I've done a Snippet Wednesday? Before you say, "because it has been four months since you've done a Snippet Wednesday" I would like to point out that it's only been four weeks, not four months.

Still bad no matter how you look at it, though.


Well, I found out the name of another neighbor and I'm not likely to forget this one... ever. Her name is Carol and she lives in the end unit of the next building down from us. So, basically, I've one-upped my New Year's Resolution in this regard. The only problem is that I found out her name from the cop who knocked on our door last night asking if we had the phone number for our homeowners association so he could let them know he had to break into her home last night through a window after her daughter saw her lying dead on the floor through said window. Carol only moved in about a month ago. R.I.P.

The new broadcast TV season is upon us and there are some decent ones (The New Normal and Vegas), some stinkers (Last Resort), and several on which the proverbial jury is still out (Partners, Revolution, and Guys With Kids). And then there's one I expected to pretty much suck and I find myself actually enjoying it. That would be the new Matthew Perry sitcom Go On. He's a sports radio host named Ryan King whose wife was killed in a text-and-drive accident and he's trying to adapt to his new life through group therapy. Is it great? No. But it's proven to be a lot of fun and it has a decent support cast in John Cho, Laura Benanti, and my personal favorite, Tyler James Williams (the young Chris Rock of Everybody Hate Chris). In a way, the comedy reminds me of the slightly off-the-wall nature of shows like Cougar Town and yet it still has heart. This last episode, in which Ryan's wife comes back as a spirit to give him guidance, was pretty well done. Yup, we'll keep watching.

How's this for a news headline... "Cops seize pot plants near Bishop Ford: 'Big as Christmas trees'"? Yeah, that happened here in Chicagoland. TWO FREAKIN' FOOTBALL FIELDS WORTH OF POT PLANTS!! I've got money that says someone is going to vandalize the street signs near where this discovery was made… Stony Island. A propos, no?

A group named Market Force Information recently unveiled their findings regarding Americans' favorite burger chain. The winner? Five Guys. Followed by In-N-Out, Fuddruckers (they still exist?), A&W, and Smashburger. I'll be honest, I'm not a big fan of Five Guys. They're decent, but certainly not the best. I do agree on the placing of In-N-Out, A&W, and Smashburger, though. However, I'm disappointed that one of Katies and mine personal favorites, Steak 'n Shake, didn't place higher than seventh out of 16. S'nS never fails to have incredibly fresh and well-cooked burgers be it dining in or going through the drive-thru window. LOVE THEM!

If any of you are Twitter or Instagram users and would like to make it easier to follow information or view photos about our son, Nathan, and us adapting to being parents, you can follow the hashtag #nathanchronicles. If you are not a Twitter or Instagram user or have no idea what a hashtag is, please don't ask me to explain it to you. I'm not even going to try.

But to placate you, here are some more photos of Nathan...

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Walking Style Untitled

Self Pacification Look into my eye

Milk Coma #nathanchronicles Naptime Kiss #nathanchronicles

Skin to Skin Daddy's Boy #nathanchronicles

I'm ready for my close up, Mr. DeMille 9/29: Blue Eye

9/30: Sizing Up #nathanchronicles #zoeychronicles I didn't do it. #nathanchronicles #zoeychronicles

Head Kiss (w/ @jenapgar) #nathanchronicles #zoeychronicles Backseat Burping (don't worry, we're parked in a lot)

And my personal favorite...

9/26: Glow Worm

Well that's all I've got for you this fine, rainy Wednesday. Have a great day!