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So the boy left work early last night and came up in time for dinner, which was lovely. A rare treat :) Watched some bits and pieces on tv, then Fantasia 2000.

This morning was a very slow start, not really getting ready til midday. Then we found a new aquarium to look at, but it didn't have the killifish Stu was hoping to see. Next dropped into work so I could show Stu the new office arrangements and my fishies at work. My kribs have had another school of babies!!! Did a water change in their tank while I was there. Then took Stu to my favourite Thai restaurant for lunch, followed by a shopping trip for tonight's dinner. Also went to Best & Less and got three floor cushions which are way cool.

So dinner was dory fillets fried with spring onions, ginger, red banana chilli and coriander, with asparagus and squash on the side. It was all delicious, Stu is an awesome cook :):)

We ate while watching the last disk of TNG season 2 (the special features disk), followed by ST I the motion picture. Like 2001: A Space Odyssey, you could easily watch the movie in fast forward. Nothing much happens. Basically it's just a single episode story that they took a lot longer to film, with the express purpose of showing off all the special effects they could do in 1979.. :)

Anyways, bed time :)


YVonne said:

We are both lucky to have men who can cook. The fish sounds yummy. David hates fish so I rarely eat it.

September 9, 2006 11:11 PM


Stu said:

I'm not so harsh in my assessment of ST:I, but perhaps I'm just partial to ponderous, slow moving movies with a philosophical bent. I'm currently reading a book called 'In praise of slow', so I'm embracing slowness in all its forms :-)

September 9, 2006 11:23 PM


Dave2 said:

Compared to modern films, ST:TMP is indeed a bit slow, but I rather like it. I just wish that it had a few moments of humor to balance all the non-stop seriousness. I bounce back and forth between ST2:WOK and ST4:TVH as my favorite Trek film.

September 9, 2006 11:53 PM


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