Kimi ni Todoke – Confession Time!

So the latest chapter of Kimi ni Todoke illustrates so well just why I love it so much. While the story revolves around Kazehaya and Sawako, those that surround them aren’t just background characters who don’t matter at all.

I found myself anticipating this confession just as much as I had been dying to see Kazehaya finally confess to Sawako. Continue reading

Kimi ni todoke 2

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Best show of the season and perfection in itself. I can’t believe I’m so late in watching this episode!

I was SO hoping for a romantic summer, but I guess that would make things too easy. The series can’t continue once they start a romantic relationship, after all.

I thought the puppy bit was absolutely adorable (my puppy’s like that, except he has some brown fur and he’s a bit bigger, but he’s every bit as adorable). But NOTHING beats Kazehaya going around in circles about how Sawako thinks about him. When he was curled up on his desk… it’s… just… awwwww

I really felt sorry for Sawako, being avoided by everyone. And it was just TOO cute seeing Kazehaya moving next to her and saying how lucky he is. Seriously, if there was a cuteness meter for stupid couples, the meter would break measuring Kimi ni todoke.

There are 2 new characters introduced in this episode. Ryu is the slient and weird guy (he reminds me of SOMEONE, but I can’t quite put my finger on it), and a girl with curly hair, who’s obviously going to be a love rival turned friend. I can’t say anything more about this episode because it was too good and I have nothing to say (I’m only good at picking the bad things). But I’m going to go all out for the next episode. This series has awakened my inner fluffy fangirl, and she’s not about to go away any time soon.

What I’ve watched so far…

Kagura's Death

Sorry this is so late, work has been damn hellacious, but the big project is finally over, at least my part of it.
I did want to get this out before my surgery at the end of the week though, since I doubt I’ll be lucid enough to post for a few days afterwards.
I’ll probably spend my post-op days catching up on the few shows I’ve watched, but here are my impressions of them so far. Continue reading