So yes! The last quote for the 3-Day Quote Challenge of Kataku and Matthew. Sadly, I won’t be able to post my favorite quotes anymore. *sobs* At least not here. I’ll be posting stuffs on my Google+ profile so you will still see me there together with my husbandos. He!
- 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.
So here goes my 3rd and last quote for you guys!
I thought I could just apologize tomorrow. But that tomorrow never came. – Yadomi Jinta (Jintan), Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
This is not even the grandest of quotes, but just a mere line from a character in Anohana. There is a story behind this sentence but let’s just focus on the sentence itself. I bet you know why I like this very much and why I chose this out of the many grandeur quotes. It highly speaks of how important it is for us to do things we ought to do and say things we need to say. It’s either we’ll never get the chance to wake up the next morning or the person we intend to speak with won’t be able to see the next sunlight anymore. So when you want to tell your partner you love him, go ahead. If you want to hug your mom, do it. If you want to spend time with your bestfriend, let it happen. We never really know what would happen next. Time is slow, and at the same time urgent. Grab every little chance you have to express what’s needed to be expressed – before we shed a tear of regret. 😉
I know I have only been posting challenges and nominations right now, but please do bear with me. It’s easier to compose my thoughts on already-established lines than start from scratch. So my anime posts right now are on hold. I hope you’re still here when I get back. (• ε •)
I’ll just be taking some time off from blogging – I’ll probably be beachin’ and playing volleyball like a pro. (¬‿¬) All offline! Because I know I’d be tempted to log in to WP whenever Internet’s available. That means no Twitter, too! *sobs*
Brb. Jaa neh minna!