I have read all three books of Little Butterfly by manga artist Hinako Takanaga in three months. The series is about Yuki Kojima and his brush with teenage love with the lonely Atsushi Nakahara. The manga series is moving, dramatic, and poetic.
The series is a romantic coming of age story about young love between two young men that is much like a present-day Roman/Greek love story set in 21st century Japan. There are graphic love scenes in the books, so it’s not for children.
Once you read all three books of Little Butterfly Volumes 1-3, you’ll be flying on air like a butterfly on a spring day.
My rating: A
I’m nuts about Nutella. The chocolaty–hazelnut spread that loads my tummy with tasty desire with every spoonful. Each bite is like tasting the rarest manna in the deserts of Egypt. With a little pocket money, I often buy a jar of Nutella.
With Nutella, I feel like Cinderella at the ball. I’m posting this letter as a thank you to the company who made this sweet treat that is so often overlooked. I wish the Ferrero Company would send me a box of Nutella to enjoy.
For now, I’ll save up a little pocket money to buy my Nutella. Thank you, Nutella USA and thank you, Ferrero!
- Exercise more
- Cut back on sweets and meats
- Watch less television
- Write more often/ Read more often
- Cook more
- Save up on money/ Spend less of it
- Watch more movies
- Study hard in school
- Attend church services more often
- Visit the doctors more often
- Get a good night’s sleep
- Ask for help and talk more
- Build up a better vocabulary
- Pray everyday
- Get out of the house and my bedroom more often/Be more active
- Think before I speak/Have a good attitude
- Look on the bright side of things in the darkness
- Be happy
- Have self-control
- Spend less time on the Internet
- Write every chance I get
- Read every chance I get
- Take chances
- Have fun
- Don’t worry
- Have faith (a lot of faith)
- Stay cool and don’t get upset
- Blog more often
- Take things easy/Don’t overload
- Listen to more music and the radio
- Say no and mean it
- Use the computer more often/ Write on paper more often
- Do a lot of research
- Make music/Start a new hobby
- Help around the house more often
- Dance more often
- Learn how to drive a car
I thought the movie was a little bland, but it was okay. I saw the movie a day before my birthday. It didn’t fully stuck up to the book. But the movie was a ‘B’. It’s okay. I do hope the next movie will be good as the next.
Can’t wait to see it one more time. As for the movie pass I wanted… I used it to see Twilight.
This is my final post (for now!). But don’t fear, my friends. During my three day vacation, I’m whipping up some nice post to put on my blog for you to see, so don’t worry. I’ll be on vacation from Dec. 24-26. Have a Happy Christmas, Merry Holidays, and a Bless New Year!
I can’t believe that next week is the last week of 2008. It’s been a year with the recession and the death of a 3-year old innocent little girl named Caleey. Caleey was an angel to the world. And now she is with white wings in heaven at her new home. I’ll always remember 2008. As 2009 comes in nine days, I promise to commit myself to you my fans. I thank you for making my days as a bloggie very bright.
Goodbye, 2008! Hello to a new start in 2009!
My brother’s back home! He came home yesterday from jail. I am so happy that I got to talk to him. Now I can take him to Penara Bread or The Olive Garden to get out. I am very blessed that he has come home in time for Christmas.
When they’re are bumps in the road,
find another road to cross. —Unknown
Here are today’s quotes!
You got to pay your dues, if you wanna sing the blues. And you know it don’t come easy. —Ringo Starr
A pen and paper are all you need to create a new world. —Michelle age 13