As I type this, STS-133 is in its countdown to launch. The Space Station crew did manage to move the HTV to the Nadir (upward-pointing) port - and actually a bit ahead of schedule, so the STS-133 team can do its job.
Earlier today, we docked the ATV-2 (launched by the European Space Agency from French Guiana) to one of the Russian docking ports, and later tonight, we will perform a reboost test with the ATV-2. Busy days!
I've been on console on the ISS the past few days, but plan on handing over the the STS-133 team for what amounts to a half shift later today (assuming STS-133 launches).
By the way, I'd like to take this moment to dispel the rumors that ATV is actually a Star Wars Rebel X-Wing Fighter.
In other news/thoughts, I am considering a potential career as an acronymologist. Coming up with acronyms has to be a growing career. Let's face it, which acronym sounds cooler - ISS, NACHOS, COCHISE, or MAHEM?