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30 Day Haikyuu Challenge- Day 2: The Character I First Fell in Love With

I’m late… but it’s technically still the 2nd in my neck of the woods, so it’s okay. It’s Day 2 of the 30 Day Haikyuu Challenge, and today’s prompt is the character I first fell in love with.

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To be honest, I had to think really hard about this one, and before you guys say anything about Tsukishima, remember I spent the better part of the series hating the guy, so he will not be my pick for today’s post. Instead, after much deliberation, I decided to go with….

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30 Day Anime Challenge-Day 2: My Favorite Anime (so far)

Okay so it’s only Day 2 and I’m already hitting a rough patch! *gasp* What does that say about the rest of the challenge?! I had a really hard time picking an anime for this prompt. Every time I would settle on one anime series a completely different one would pop into my head and supplant the previous title as my favorite…

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I’m still not 100% satisfied with the final pick, but nothing better is coming to mind right now, so I guess that means this is my favorite… If only this were a 30 Day Manga Challenge, I’d have no problem picking my favorite! But, it’s not… So after putting alot of thought into this, I mean a WHOLE LOT of thought…my choice for Day 2: My favorite anime (so far) is….

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3 Day Quote Challenge-Day 2

Okay, day 2, so far so good. I want to take a moment to thank Nozomi for the nomination, she’s super awesome, and oddly enough this has been fun! As always there are rules…

Rules

  • Post one quotation a day for three days (they can be from other sources or one of your own).
  • Nominate 3 other bloggers to participate per post.
  • Thank the blogger who nominated you.

 

Quote #2: Knowledge

Quote of the Day 2

This quote is one of my favorites! Sometimes people like to pretend that they know everything, but true wisdom comes from acknowledging your shortcomings.  I know there are loads of things that I don’t know about. So when someone says something that know nothing about, I make an effort to look it up so that the next time the topic comes up I have something to offer.

I know I’m keeping these rather short, but I tend to be very brief with my explanations…well unless I’m talking about games…