Secret Garden East Asian Review

Topics: Thought, Post, Power-on self-test Pages: 1 (256 words) Published: March 7, 2013
There are several bloggers that I follow religiously. In fact I have a hard time concentrating in classes until I read their posts each morning (ssshh!). The curiosity and dedicated habit kills me. And a lot of them just crack me up. Make me smile and laugh by myself like a crazy person while walking to class and passing by a crowd of tourists near the chapel. They’re clever and well-written. And truthfully, I get so upset when I can’t think of witty things to say in my own posts! (I mean, seriously, after reading multiple completely brilliant posts every day, something should have clicked into my brain by now).

So with this post, well, I have many things to explain. It was actually thought up and written last Sunday, and I basically had no time to post it on Tumblr with the whole formatting issues and what-not (everything becomes disoriented and I, with my deficiencies in the field of technology, find it unbearably difficult and time consuming to slowly format all the paragraphs, sentences, spaces, gifs, links, etc). Now that I have time a week later and after all my midterms, I’ll be posting and sharing my thoughts on episode 7 of the amazing and where-have-you-been –all-my-life drama Secret Garden. And I can’t emphasis this enough but this episode was SO SO FUN!!! I can’t even explain my feelings to the full extent. And you know what they say about unexplainable things. Jaw-dropping voice-killing perfection.
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