This is the newsletter I sent out to my mailing list at the beginning of October. These are some of the things I was thinking about in September. If you want to receive my newsletter and have a direct line to chat with me about these ideas, sign up here! I’ve been consuming a lotContinue reading “September Review”
This is the newsletter I sent out to my mailing list at the beginning of September. These are some of the things I was thinking about in August. If any of these topics interest you, and you’d like me to go more in-depth, let me know in the comments!
“I feel like I’m the fourth version of myself since I left Port Damali.” Fjord doesn’t value his Self, discards it easily, and then calls it “growth”.
They refuse to let Beau go, let her think for herself. They see her and her experience as belonging to them because they’ve “invested” in her training. So they reel her back in with the acknowledgment and praise she’s been starved of her whole life.
I really wish Jester would leave the Mighty Nein about now.
Among the “monster generation” Oikawa was the only one who ever saw himself as “less than” in any way.
Hinata and Kageyama have parallel journeys of personal growth throughout Haikyuu!! but they both failed on their individual quests during the Nationals arc, which led to their defeat by Kamomedai.
If you’ve been on my blog before, you’ve probably already noticed many changes throughout the last couple of weeks. I wanted to take a moment to explain what these changes are about, and what you might expect moving forward.
I’ll be the first to say that Fjord is guilty of many things, many failures. But there is at least on instance I can point to where it’s Caduceus — Fjord’s self-appointed spiritual guide — who fails him in a pretty big way.
When Sawamura Daichi, Sugawara Koushi, and Azumane Asahi inherited the Karasuno Boys’ Volleyball club, it had reached it’s lowest point.