May didn’t start off very good. It’s been a crazy month and I’ve let my blog slide to the wayside. I have high hopes for June. Things should chill out a bit this summer. I’m going to do something a little different in June, so bare with me while I figure some stuff out.
So…. I only read manga this month in preparation for Anime North. That’s better then nothing!
- The Color of Love by Kiyo Ueda
- Candy by Satomi Sugita
- Author’s Pet by Deathco Cotorino
- Rizelmine by Yukiru Sugisaki
- Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg
- Catching Stars by Cayla Keenan
- Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young
Not as good as it could be. The main characters are irritating. ugh.
Good thing they never made any more volumes. I don’t think I could handle all the whining.
Not what I was expecting. It’s a bunch of short stories, which is fine, you just can’t get attached to story-lines because they are over to quick.
None of the stories really blew me away or were interesting.
I have subscription to MeUndies, and last month my pair never showed up. But after speaking to customer service I found out they messed up a bit and my subscription didn’t go through for February. So that’s cool. But hey! Carla was very nice and sent me a complimentary pair for my troubles. Sweet.
So I got my regular February pair, my free pair and my March pair all at the same time.
- Go Bananas
- Birds Down Under
- Wild Thing
I love them!
It’s finally complete. I’ve done it. What a wonderful little world. I’m so glad I finally read all these books. I love them.
I love unicorns! I was very excited to finally get to this one. Although there is so much death and destruction, I still do enjoy this little world. Susan is really missing out.
Growing up sucks.
Look at these beautiful things! ah! QiZhan is talented. I love them.
I also received these cute bookmarks from AAmazingPaperCraft
Picking up where I left off with The Chronicles of Narnia. It’s about time. Ugh.
I didn’t get as involved in this story as I would’ve liked. It just didn’t grab my attention like some of the others. I don’t think anything can compare with my love for The Lion. the Witch and the Wardrobe.
It wasn’t bad, I just wish there was a little more.