Unfortunately I found one of my fish dead today already (one of the goldfish I believe), but since it's always hard to tell what can cause that right after moving (an apparently healthy fish might be stressed/sick, the move itself and change of waters might disagree with it, it could get killed by something else in the pond, etc), I'm hopeful that it was just an individual thing, and not a sign that my pond is still not habitable by fishies. I know that of this evening there was at least one alive since I saw it swim around.
I also have started watching my Netflix movies again, after about a month where I didn't touch the ones I currently had. Silly I know, but I guess I just have periods where I'm not much for watching that sorta thing, and I wasn't in the mood for the particular ones I got. I finally finished both of those, and also received Troy after sending the first one back, and finished watching that today.
My review of Troy? It's... well.... I didn't enjoy it as much as I hoped. Yeah, it had eye candy in not only my favorite, Orlando Bloom, but in a half-naked half-the-time Brad Pitt as well. So it wasn't a total wash. But I think it was the characters that killed it for me. There was one main character that I didn't want to just reach through the screen and throttle more or less, and that was Hector. Both Priam and Achilles were a few cards short of a shuffle, if you catch my drift, The Greek king and his brother were both just bastards, Helen was just stupid, and as much as I loooved watching Paris on the screen.. well, the character was more than a bit of a twit, honestly. Which I guess is as it should be, considering the source material, but still. I'm also left wondering what the special features were, since it said to use disc 2 to access them, but since it was Netflix, I only got the main movie disc. Ah well.