Good morning! My 6:00 alarm song went off and I'm smelling coffee. (Ironically, that's the name of the song I wake up to). It's a catchy little tune. Reminds me that I've been given a clean slate to begin the day. Just one of our many blessings from God.
Last night I dragged hubby to the movies. I got a wild hair and wanted to see Interstellar. There are lots of books out about this movie and the theoretical physics behind it. If you have an inkling about the theories behind the movie, the plot won't be that huge of a surprise. I figured it out in about 5-10 minutes. It was interesting nonetheless. I wish the movie had better sound. It was quite loud for me, and much of the sound interfered with the dialog. Parts of the movie got really really sappy for me. all in all, I enjoyed the film. Matthew Mc Conaughey did a beautiful job with his role. That, plus he's easy on the eye... LOL! I got a few of the books from Amazon, so I'll be exploring this current fascination more.
Hubby's been programming his scanner yesterday. He's been trying set up talk groups and stuff. It's the type of scanner that can pick up the digital/trunked systems of most responders. It was kinda funny listening to him programming it. Yes, he was talking about it out loud. Occasionally words would pop up like Vice, SWAT, or the like. He's programming in Seattle/Metro as well as our local frequencies. We are not in the Seattle metro area, we are literally two streets from the county line border.
I remember in Nashville, we listened to a vice sting go down on the scanner. The color commentary by the officers was priceless. You can only imagine! Hahah! Most cops are really funny guys. But you gotta have a good sense of humor to do what they do. It's a tough job. And it's getting tougher as time moves forward.