What I love about summer vacation? The ability to essentially watch all the t.v. I want. What I hate about summer? All of my favorite shows have ended for the season and there are only reruns to watch. The irony, right? One of the shows the hubby and I watch religiously is NCIS. Bad guys. Crime fighting. Sarcasm. What isn't there to like?
So I thought I'd share 10 things that I've learned from watching NCIS.
#10 It's always good to admit when you're wrong.
#9 And saying "thank you" goes a long way.
#8 When technology isn't working right, it's totally appropriate to pick it up and shake it.
#6 Regardless of how long it's been since you've last seen your best friend, you can always pick up where you left off.
#5 There is always that one friend who takes a little longer to "get it."
#4 Your friends will be there to help when things get tough.
#3 When your friend has a crazy idea, it's okay to just go along with it.
#2 You need friends in your life who will give you a good kick in the butt when you need it.
#1 Sometimes, a Gibbs slap is totally warranted.
Any other NCIS fans out there? What are some lessons your favorite television show has taught you?