for these past few days i have been watching this anime called ultra maniac, and i’ve never really watched stuff in this genre before, except for pokemon (the best ever!) and sailormoon, when i was five or something.
i think it’s very good, but like i said, i wouldn’t know how it compares with other anime.
Nina Sakura is a trainee witch who has come down to earth to find five Holy Stones, as whoever finds them will marry the Prince of the Magic Kingdom. She meets Ayu Tateishi, a fellow seventh grader, and Nina reveals her secret to Ayu, and they become best friends, with Nina trying to help Ayu with her love for Tetsushi Kajii.
Nina’s childhood friend from the Magic Kingdom, Maya, also comes down to earth to find the Holy Stones before her, and Nina has to try to stop everybody else from finding out she is a witch.
nina’s the blondish one… and her cat is really cute.
and after dad told me off for playing bubble spinner (well, it is a sad game. but warning, it can be very ADDICTIVE)
because it’s one of the only games that manages to load really quickly even when i’m capped, i realised that i’m suffering from a bad case of nothing-to-do-and-nowhere-to-go-itis. it feels quite depressing, that the only thing that really matters right now is the hsc. i’m beginning to understand hikikomori, all that pressure and stress.
things i want to do in the upcoming holidays:
– swim, swim and swim
– survive the car trip to and from the gold coast
– somehow get rid of my sock tan (thank goodness i wear anklets, at least)
– go out with a friend at least once
– find a hobby (hard, this one…)
i’m glad for school.
and i tried reading twilight last week. the first, what, fifteen pages bored me out of my brain, and it’s not in the library anymore, so i’m not going to bother. the latest topic is not the twilight saga or new moon the movie but rather the craze itself.
Psychologically it’s hard for girls to resist the idea of a vampire, a good boy but ultimately bad, attracted to you but having to stay away for the sake of your life.