Ok before I get started, I just want to say thanks to everyone who wished me well on my last post. Luckily, my sore throat hasn’t turned into a flat out cold and it looks like it’s just allergies. So I just need to take some allergy meds and drink tea with honey to keep it at bay.
Anyway, it’s time for Raisa and Eirene’s linkup. Here’s what I’m in love with this month:
I really hope I’m not the only 20-something in the blogosphere who has an attachment with a childhood stuffed animal. I don’t really care if I am, it would just make me feel less weird. Anyway, this is my stuffed chocolate Labrador, stuffed Buddy. I named him after my childhood dog of the same breed (who’s now passed) and he’s been with me through every major point in my life. From my 6th grade day trip to New York to my first night in college, he’s been there. I never go on an overnight trip without him.
I’ve seen a lot of anime fans rave about this show. I was apprehensive about getting into it at first but I’m glad I did. It can be very corny at times (in my opinion), but the plot and the characters are great so far. I’m excited to get more into it.
I love this one. It’s an online web anime that takes place in the distant future. There, Grim (demon-like creatures) roam the Earth and it’s up to huntsmen and huntresses to stop them. The plot is amazing, the characters are awesome, and I’ve even gone so far as to think up some OCs based on this series. I highly recommend.
This is one of my all-time favorite shows from my childhood (when Cartoon Network was good). You probably recognize Robin as the leader of the group, which are 5 teenagers who fight crime and live in a tower shaped like a ‘T’. I love the character development involved with this series as well the fact that it tackles some real life issues that people face. I’ve been rewatching it because I can never get enough. 😉
Believe it or not, my first time watching this movie was within the past month. I’d seen Howl’s Moving Castle when I was in 6th grade, but never any other Studio Ghibli films until this one. And I honestly fell in love. I love the characters, the plot, everything. And most of all, I really liked how (*Spoilers*) in the end, there was no character that was flat-out evil. The antagonist turned out to have a soft side, just like a lot of people do. It really taught me not to draw conclusions on characters (or people).