Hikaru Hitachiin Shrine
June 16th, 2011 at 9:35 am
There’s a thumbs up sign on my journal! What is this?! What does this mean?! There are two of them!
…is it “there is” or “there are”? Grammar is annoying.
Why am I updating once every year? There are just a lot of better things to do than to write about my experiences. I’m a doer, not a… writer? Yes. That has always been Kaoru’s area. Writing makes me feel so clumsy, I actually have to read what I end up writing down and all these little doubts start popping up:
Is this the right thing to say?
That doesn’t sound very good.
…I spelled it wrong again.
There is only so much a dictionary can do. I hate dictionaries. Unless I’m throwing them at Tono.
But I digress. (See, Kaoru? I’m trying to expand my vocabulary! I really am!)
I’m starting to grow a conscience. Don’t laugh. I’ve always been pretty guiltless when it comes to everything. That’s what makes me so great at what I do. Now I’m seeing things a little differently than I used to. Now I’m getting second thoughts.
If this is what growing up feels like, I want to stay a kid forever.
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August 30th, 2010 at 4:17 pm
Have you ever lived a certain time of your life when you are so sure that it’s just as you want it to be, that nothing could make it any better than it already is?
Have you ever realized a while later that that time already passed? Have you found yourself wanting that time to come back? Have you felt like wishing so hard to go back to that time and stay in it, and keep living it forever?
I want to stay in that time.
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August 29th, 2009 at 7:02 am
I’ve been practicing something lately: waking up early. I used to laugh at the idea of practice since I tend to give up on something that I know I can never be good at (like English!!!). But here was this idea that came to me out of the blue: why not try to practice getting up whenever the alarm goes off?
At first I tried it out during the afternoons when I’d take a nap. But ringing bells just annoyed me into waking up. And for all his stupidity, Tono is right about how much better it is to wake up in a good mood.
So I borrowed Kaoru’s alarm clock (sneaking into his room and switching clocks was easy) and his alarm clock gives the option of playing a song of your choice whenever it goes off.
And after months and months of listening to it, I still haven’t grown tired of listening to Rashin. Ah~ It’s so nice to wake up to those guitars, especially the first few seconds of the song.
I’m just waiting for Kaoru to steal his clock back. I hope he doesn’t. Waking up in the morning has been pleasant these past few days!
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