I started watching this one a while ago. I admit that I’m liking it, so far. It’s funny and enjoyable to watch. I’m not really that much of a fan of those couples who say they’re in love when they just met days ago. Or even if months. But yes, I’m enjoying it so I’d be lying if I won’t say that they are exceptions.
In any case, I’ll start reading the manga tomorrow ‘cause, well, manga are always better than the anime adaptations. Or at least for me. HOHO!
Enjoying the rest of the days I have before the next semester start.
This is the reason why I’ll be sleeping this late (or too early in the morning, hmm) again. I’ve just finished watching Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai. At last!
I really enjoyed watching it. It made me cry and giggle. It made me reminisce my childhood days. It made me miss those old friends I had that’ll probably be just parts of my memory now. So nostalgic.
Anyway, I loved the ending. I loved the characters. All of them. I loved the opening and ending songs. I simply… loved everything. I can say it’s really worth watching.
I terribly miss my [elementary to] high school friends that just the thought of them makes me homesick. I’m still adjusting with my environment here in the university, though. I’m now glad of the blocmates I have. My room mates are also fun to be with!
Too bad I just lost a crush on someone. A blocmate told about his real nature and, well, I ended up disappointed on him. Oh well… anyway, I don’t really have a huge crush on him, so… teehee!
I finally started watching Ano Hana. It’s just the first episode, but I almost teared up already. OTL
I have a feeling that I’ll really love this one. :>
I don’t really have to rush knowing about these things, though. :>
Watching the 22nd episode of Chibi Devi!
I find it really fascinating that this is showed on the TV that Kyou-chan’s watching. Not that it’s really impossible to happen; Chibi Devi! and Mirmo! have the same creator. Still, I’m kinda taken aback since it’s so sudden. Anyway, this brought back my childhood memories.
“Love always comes with pain. The more you drown in it, the more pain you’ll feel.”
— Komatsu Nana (NANA)
I really find this anime interesting. It’s been on my list of to-watch anime ever since. It’s the first josei anime that I’ve watched. I like the plot, especially the story of Osaki Nana’s life. I’m now really curious of how it will go with her [love] life. I still find it amusing that a real Sachiko appears. :))
So I actually started reading Detective Conan at long last. I should have decided on reading it a long time ago. Now there are 800+ chapters of it and I don’t know when I can reach the latest. Anyway, I’m going to just lessen the manga I’m reading into two: Skip Beat! and Detective Conan.
Well said, teacher! ♥
I so love her character. :>