I slept through it lol. Thank you for asking. I didn't move back to Mexico City. I'm in Guadalajara, Jalisco and even though it is a pacific coast state like Chiapas (the epicenter), we didn't feel it. A few things I read on the matter. Even though it was .1 higher in Richter scale magnitude than the '85 earthquake that demolished Mexico City (8.2 v. 8.1), it wasn't as... impactful. Reports are stating it had to do with both its epicenter and depth. In '85 the epicenter was in Michoacan, about 400 km from the capital and it was at a depth of about 15k. This one's epicenter was in Chiapas, about 660 km from the capital and at about 58k in depth. Not to mention we learned from the '85 quake and most of the infrastructure since, specially skyscrapers, are now earthquake resistant.