i'm a bit hungry right now, so i decided to write this in honor of my country's infamous holiday Thanksgiving. no, it is not an info sesh about how this day came to be. sorry to disappoint who ever thought i would do that. that is Google's job.
well, when i woke up today, it felt like any other day of the year, just knowing that in 6 hours or so the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade was going to start and i'm not able to watch it with my family, or have dinner with them at 2 p.m.; because in the US Thanksgiving dinner is is in the early afternoon for some reason. i went to school thinking at least some one person would wish me a happy turkey day, but no one did. i was expecting no one to do that though. and even more surprising, no one mentioned it in my english class. well, enough of my wining. today i will not have the traditional dinner on thursday. i will instead be having it tomorrow, on friday with most of the US exchange students in the area plus some others. we are going to try to make it as american as we can, but there is one thing that is a slight problem. in the supermarkets there is chicken, ham, duck, goose, other whole animals (i'm not sure about that.) but i haven't seen a turkey. i'm afraid that we might have to switch to goose or duck. it would be an embarrassment to tradition, but people to have turduckin (i am NOT going into that)
anyway, i just wanted to wish all the people in the US and are from the states, a great and plentiful Thanksgiving. eat hearty my friends.