Lucky me, I have a 6 hours work shift today. We all know how that puts me into a place of overjoyment. I haven't done it yet, but I'm going to change my availability: no shifts starting before 1100. In two weeks I have one at 0930... Since I like to do most of the personal stuff in the morning rather than the evening that simply doesn't fly.
The plants arrived yesterday in questionable state. They're all in the tanks. All I can do is wait and see if they're going to survive. The bananas on one of the banana plants are dark, almost black, so I suspect that one may end up in the compost bin.
My Stryd arrived as well, but late, about fifteen minutes before I left for the movie so it will be set up this morning. One thing I like already is that the battery gets recharged. One of the things I didn't like about the Garmin foot pod was having to replace the battery. I had to order batteries because it takes a size not too common, at least not here in Central PA.
And as for the movie... I went to see Moonfall... and it was good. Roland Emerich has pumped out a lot 'disaster' films, not all have been to my liking mostly because they're simply disaster flicks: the earth gets destroyed with only a hand full of survivors. The science is questionable at best. Moonfall is actual science fiction with the emphasis on fiction. One critic said that every fifteen minutes or so Emerich reminds the audience this is a disaster film with a few minutes of destruction. That's because the emphasis is on the story, rather than constant CGI clips of mass destruction. There were two guys sitting a few seats to my right and when the movie was over they turned to us and asked "what did you think of it?" Both of us responded that we liked it, that it was good, and the one guy laughed and said, "Yeah, that was fuckin' good."