So my final weekend of my staycation was just like the rest of it, enjoyable. On Friday I got weeding and mowing out of the way, making the weekend as chore free as possible. I had a good time concentrating on doing whatever I felt like working on. Have I mentioned that my staycation made it absolutely clear that I could retire tomorrow and be absolutely content?
Saturday night we finally got to see Infinity Wars, a movie I have been anticipating forever. I was fearful of being let down like the last Star Wars movie where mountains of anticipation is met with a lackluster actual experience. Thankfully, as is most often the case with Marvel movies, they got it right. The movie was epic and exciting with the just the right mix of drama and humor. Until we were ordering our water before the movie, I had no idea that there was a part two to Infinity War. After watching it the reason for a part two was obvious. Despite a MASSIVE cast of heroes, I thought they did an amazing job of making the movie feel balanced where everyone had their moment to shine in different ways. There was only one scene where I thought to myself “This is a really dumb way to accomplish this goal”, otherwise I just held on and enjoyed the ride from start to finish. A+
My last day of staycation on Sunday was just like the rest of it, fun. We went out for an EUC ride, well I rode while Cindy walked with Sadie and Elsa at North Collier Regional park. It was a short but enjoyable time in the beautiful weather.
During the afternoon I spent at least a couple hours digging hardcore into my new 3D printer, something you don’t normally expect to have to do when you buy something. The end result was positive although I went through a lot of negative to get there.
Late in the evening Cindy and I headed out for a quick ride across the street, her on the Segway I2, me on the Msuper. It was cool cruising during a different part of the day. I used to do a lot more late day riding but it has tailed off during the last year.
It was a great week off and I look forward to the time where working becomes an option and not a requirement.