Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday Approaching

We celebrated Laetare Sunday this week, laetare being the Latin word “to rejoice.” Similar to Gaudete Sunday of Advent, we rejoiced that the Lenten season was coming to a close.  W…

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5 comments

  1. medievalotaku · March 13, 2016

    Thanks for reblogging this! How have you been doing, Nami?

    • Nami · March 16, 2016

      Ah, you’re welcome!

      I’m doing pretty well. Keeping up with dramas, mostly, and studying Korean. Struggling through Lent (is it really almost over?). I’ve been sadly unmotivated to write, though I hope to grind out a post in the near future.

      Oh! And I am keeping up with a couple of manga as well. I’m reading A Silent Voice, which I *really* like, as well as Noragami, and at Barnes and Noble I found the first volume of something called Behind the Scenes, which is basically about a school club that serves as the crew for all the schools theatrical/film productions.

      • medievalotaku · March 19, 2016

        Yep, Lent has gone by quickly. Tomorrow’s Palm Sunday, then Easter next week, and then Divine Mercy Sunday. Hope that you get the inspiration to write soon. Sometimes, I find that I need to write a few bad posts before I become inspired with a good idea.

        A Silent Voice was a great manga. Few portray ordinary vices or high school age children as well as that one does. I might have to check out Behind the Scenes. It sounds interesting.

    • Nami · March 16, 2016

      How about you? How are you doing?

      • medievalotaku · March 19, 2016

        I’ve been doing well. And, I have some time off for Holy Week, so I’m looking forward to the break. It will give me some much needed time to work on writing…or slack off. We’ll see. 🙂

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