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Hanayamata reminds me of high school.

Let me just warn you that this will be a rather long post. so yea.

One of the anime that I am watching currently is Hanayamata. 
Honestly, I didn't think that I would like this anime as much as I do right now.
It's not a special show. It's the normal high school friendship anime where girls do what they love and in this case, dance a certain japanese dance.

It's those friendship type of anime filled with cuteness and sweetness. 
In the group, you have the shy reserved girl, the tsundere, the princess and the energetic annoying one.

And for some reason watching this reminded me of high school.

Personally, I am not a fan of high school but I don't quite hate it either. I just recognized that it was a part of my life. That's all.
But this anime reminded of the good sweet memories of high school.

It made me think of the good memories I had in high school and suddenly, I missed it.
I miss my group of friends.
The one that brought the light into my empty ugly dark high school moments.

As I watched the characters, it made me think further of my group.
In my group, there was four of us, not five, unlike that anime.
We also had the princess, the quiet reserved one, the tsundere and the talkative one.

Can you guess who I was?
Yup, I was the tsundere one. hahahaha

Anyhow, thinking about my group made me feel that we had a lot of similarities with this anime.
I guess, you can say that my high school was somewhat anime-like.
We were in a group.
And we did what we wanted.

We wrote, we watched stuff and we read.
We made plays and joined competitions together.
We just did what ever we felt like doing and ignored the world.

It was good times.

Yea, I guess I am feeling a little nostalgic.

But I am comforted by the fact that my high school life was somewhat anime-like. 
I always wanted to be in an anime and now I know that I kinda was. HAHAHAHAHA


Happy "Sam" said…
Yeah !!
thank you.
My brother going to the working world !!
hehe !!

Nice anime story !!
Ya !!
I less see anime movie ....
Busy work and care family !!

But anime movie !!
I love forever !!

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