as an asian, i don't normally follow the traditions of thanksgiving. we eat, but we eat asian foods. and we have families that actually talk and have a good time (not the dysfunctional kind that you see on tv or w/e).
but i'm thankful for my friends and family, first and foremost (would you look at that alliteration?). thankful for my education, my computer....and....(you guessed it) BONES!
for those that have not seen tonight's bones episode, the knight in the grid, i seriously recommend you guys seeing it. it's the most kick-ass episode i have seen thus far. and apparently, i'm one of the last vultures to know of the big spoiler coming up about the next week's episode, but lemme tell you something: i actually have it as my wallpaper on the computer right now. i showed it to my mom, her mandible (jaw...bones terms...*sigh*) just dropped. yup. and it makes me all bubbly inside. heeeee....i would've uploaded another version of the blooper kiss (icon style) courtesy of break_free_27
but LJ wouldn't take it--passed the 40 KB limit. frick. anyway, i cannot wait for the next episode. it's kinda weird though, that they're already airing the christmas episode in november...(hint: FOX just settle the damn thing with the writers already, will you?)...
concerning school: i've mapped out the stuff i need to do over the thanksgiving holiday/break. and by the looks of it, i don't think i'm really getting that much of a break. i mean, seriously, what is the use of a "break" if you're gonna pile shit for students to do? isn't that kinda like school at home? goodness.
also.. my school's executing the modern version of decimation. it's the freakin' building! i mean, one day it's cold outside and hot inside (specifically cold in stairwells, hottest at the 3rd floor and coldest at the admin offices, obviously)--with paint fumes everywhere. what are they trying to do? and then it's freezing, back to hot. i mean, really...
*sudden change of mood* but overall, i'm happy.....BONES!