I was able to finish Love Lab this year. Thoughts of "Why did I stop watching this again?" were running through my mind while having fits of laughter.
What can I say? It was a boring year for new anime. Not much stood out for me, except for Chihayafuru 2 and Zetsuen no Tempest. So this year, I'm not writing the year-end usual stuff like the "My Top Anime for 2013" post.
It's not Friday yet but here I am itching to write something, or anything. Hahaha! Of course the backlog posts are still in the backlog and until I find the motivation/energy to finish those these progress reports will have to do.
I have been wondering why I was able to go through the Chihayafuru raws in a matter of days, whereas I had always been struggling to finish a volume of my beloved Maria-sama ga miteru series.
Another Friday has come! 😀 Of course I was quite disappointed that Chihayafuru episode 16 was mostly a recap. Driven by madness obsession, I just decided to read the raws from the manga! Hahaha! So yeah now I know who won the team finals, who won the individual finals, and a whole lot more after …
So I was at this bookstore that was having a sale. I overhead two girls discussing manga as they browsed (forgot if they were still in college or working but they were wearing uniforms). One girl picked up a copy of Honey & Clover and said 'This manga's supposed to be sad so I didn't …
I know I should be studying for an upcoming job interview. I know I said that this blog would hibernate for the winter season. But I am so anxious I don't think cramming for an interview would do me any good--there's just too much material to review. And I like the anime this winter season (the ones worth watching anyway). So let me ramble about books. Let this be a book-related accounting for 2010.