After a short hiatus, here I am!
Today, I took a break from my obligations and I spent the whole day watching anime and drama!
I saw “Kare wa, imouto no koibito”, starring Michishige Sayumi Such a cute drama! Sayu, or better, Haruka was the cutest devil ever The other main actors were great too! I think they all were perfect for their role.
Yesterday, I saw Hello!Pro Station #107. There, you find a preview of two new MV: “Ima Koko Kara” by Morning Musume ’15 and “Itooshikutte Gomen ne” by Country Girls.
About the first one, it’s so strange seeing those new faces! Last time a member was introduced, I still wasn’t really into the group, so I didn’t notice so much, but now… wow! My hoshi in the 12ki is Ogata Haruna and she didn’t disappoint me at all: she looked as cute as always but in this preview, who amazed me is Maria-chan. I didn’t care about her really much; okay, she’s cute and she seems funny, but I wasn’t impressed at all. At first glance, I didn’t like her and as time flew by I couldn’t find anything special in her. Well, it’s not like my opinion suddenly changed, but when I saw this…
… I couldn’t help but loving her for a moment I think she will quickly climb my ranking~
As for Itooshikutte Gomen Ne, I loved the initial shot to Momoko, it really made me laugh As for the MV itself, I think there’s too much Uta Dx I love Uta, but she’s simply everywhere! It’s a bit annoying, in my opinion
Last but not least, my readings! In february, I finished “Vanity Fair” and read “10 regole per far innamorare”, “Non ti lascerò mai solo” and “50 Shades of Grey”! They all belong to my 2015 reading challenge:
– A book with more than 500 pages: Vanity Fair by William MakepeaceThackeray: this was an interesting reading. I really like those kinds of novels, but I didn’t read anything written by a man before. I took a really long time to complete it, but overall I liked it.
– A funny book: 10 regole per fare innamorare by Guglielmo Scilla: an italian book this time! A friend lent me her copy and I decided to include it in the challenge. It was an easy non-fiction reading and it has torn a few laughs from me.
– A book a friend recommended: Non ti lascerò mai solo by Giorgio Panariello: guess what? Another italian book from the same friend of mine! This story is about a man and a dog and it’s kinda sad. It isn’t the best book I read, but I enjoyed it anyway.
– A book with bad reviews: 50 Shades of Grey by E. L. James: actually, it was better than I thought. The plot is simple and sometimes stupid, the female protagonist is… stupid as well. But I didn’t hate it, maybe because I had low expectations. At the end, I was even enjoying it! Not a masterpiece for sure, but overall nice.
Right now, I started “La coscienza di Zeno” by Italo Svevo. It seems interesting, but as every classic it takes his own time to be read.
I think that’s all for today. I’ll try to be more active from now on