The H-word, again

A long time ago, I discovered Aria, then Honey and Clover. I loved both of these series, but I always held myself back from completing them in their entirety. Why? Because the moment that I completed them, it would mean that they are over, and I can never go back to the time when I had more chapter to read again. Now, as I sit at my desk, with my university acceptance letters near me, and the complete works of Aria and Honey and Clover in front of me, I have decided that it is the time to stop procrastinating. Life is continuing, and I should finish the things that I have been meaning to do.

Now, with a month left before final exams, I am going to take a hiatus from this blog. It might be for forever, and it might not be (at least, I hope not). In case I don’t come back, thanks for everyone’s support all this time! Apparantely, people had read my ramblings 580,166 times, and that’s something I never expected (really). I’ll still be stalking a few of you through blogs, so… See ya!

P.S.: The picture is a preview of a CG from Sepia Tears. Production is kind of close-ish to wrapping up now, so please support it when it comes out!

P.P.S.: Seriously. It’ll be free and it’s awesome. REALLY AWESOME.

11 thoughts on “The H-word, again

  1. Congratulations on those acceptance letters. And I wouldn’t worry about having no more Honey and Clover to watch or read. You’ll probably want to watch or read it over again. Especially since you haven’t even started university yet, it’ll just become more relevant and feel truer as you go through the part of your life that the characters went through.

    Hope the hiatus isn’t permanent, and good luck with the exams!

    • Yeah, but I applies for literature in SFU, so I probably won’t go there unless I secure some source of income big enough to ensure I won’t starve for the rest of my life. I also got into U of U engineering and waterloo math, so…yeah.

  2. You’re not exactly missing out on much with H&C. The series first half is much stronger than its second half.

    Sad to see you go. It was a good blog

  3. Congrats on the acceptance, I’ve been an avid reader of yours this last year and a half, and a lot of things you wrote about were of great interest for me, so thank you.

    I hope your hiatus won’t be permanent, and that I’ll will still read some of your thoughts on galge and the various artists you like, and by the way Uni won’t really occupy a great portion of your time if you manage it well, I didn’t give up my hobby even now that I’m employed and REALLY busy. so yeah see you sometime later on another pages.

    Cheers 🙂

  4. Oh yeah that’s right you’re actually younger than me :p. Congrats and good luck with university, hope you’ll come back soon.
    I’ve got only 3 weeks left before my exams, I should get to work seriously too if I want to get into 2nd year.

  5. Congrats on the acceptance letters! Hope you do well in your endeavors and that you don’t completely abandon this hobby (although it definitely isn’t a priority, but I’ve recently started to read your blog posts and find your perspective intriguing). Anyways, see ya sometime down the road hopefully 🙂

  6. Aww, congrats! I probably shouldn’t tl;dr about Honey and Clover but I feel like sharing a short anecdote anyway.

    Honey and Clover isn’t just good, it’s the most important show I’ve ever watched. I related to it back in grade 8, I related to it in a different way in grade 11, and with my first year of college done, I’ve been itching to read the manga this time. I’m sure I’ll end up relating to it yet again.

    So, I know this isn’t the point of your post, but I really encourage you to delve into it. It’s a beautiful work that’s accompanied me through a lot of important moments in my life, and I think there’s something in it that speaks to [i]everyone[/i].

    As for university, this sounds hilariously cliche, but I’m sure you’ll have fun if you follow your heart. Like, literally. I’ve found that doing what you want is the quickest way to happiness, and all of the stress and anxiety vanishes when you’re happy. Enjoy your graduation 🙂

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