Name: Maho Izawa
Eyes: Shades of blue on black
Hair / Color: Long and Straight / Black
Height: 1.55 m
Weight: 44 kg
An attractive and intelligent student, she falls out of the limelight when she arrives in high school because of Yukino. Her jealousy becomes hatred and she turns the entire class against Yukino. Eventually, however, it backfires on her and the class turns on Maho. Yukino takes the high road and makes the first efforts to turn Maho into a friend. Maho soon became part of the clique, though she doesn't enjoy it at times, thinking that the other girls are weird.
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Sunday, May 13, 2007
Wow, my journal is still alive? All this time I thought I lost it. Maybe I should clean my room more than the usual. I've been losing track of my pens, cds, books and plush toys for the past months.
Nice to know that no tragedies occured during my absence from writing. I'm still pursuing the same goal. To be a dentist someday and save the whole world from Cavities.
Classes are still boring. How pessimistic. Let's hope it won't stay that way.
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Wrong strategy. I shouldn't have slept at seven o'clock. I woke up at eleven in the evening and here I am, my sleep's gone. It would take a little effort to bring back my sleep. It's already late, one in the morning. My first period's 8:30. Tsk. Where's the sedative? Nah...
Next time, I'll just endure and sleep at the right time, even if I feel drowsy. Time to reset the body clock once again.
Sunday, October 29, 2006
It's the 29th of October already. The month's almost over and November's just around the corner. What do I want for November? I wish for something better to happen next month. The year's pretty lame and I'm looking for a significant jumpstart.
I could say ever since the start of classes, my days were pretty much the usual; routinary, if you ask me. And there's also my awkward dilemma with Takashi. We only have short talks, nothing more -- fortunately it's nothing less. Anyway, I wish it would change when November shows up in my calendar.
Sunday, October 22, 2006
Has it been that long since my last entry on my diary? Wow. I thought they were only a couple of days. Anyway, it's a bummer to know that there's nothing new around here. Miyazawa's still a grade freak. Arima's still a Yukino freak, same-old same old.
Asaba dropped by. He was asking for advice on the perfect extra- curricular program fit for him. Apparently, he has been cutting class for the past weeks. He was called by the prinicipal and the principal told him to get his act together -- or else, he'll repeat. Talk about Asaba.
I envy Yukino's little sister, Tsukino. She has a beautiful hair. I wonder what shampoo she's using. Mine's getting frizzy; not to mention looser ends. Fortunately, I don't have dandruff -- yet.
Saturday, September 23, 2006
I need to get a grip of myself. I don't want to flunk anymore! Everytime I lie on the bed, my mind goes crazy thinking of my past exams and what my future tests would look like. I'm so academically conscious, it's almost a crime. How can I ease myself at a time like this? If my parents find out that I'm failing, I'm dead.
"Maho! You have some friends looking for you!"
"Coming, Mom!" in the middle of my sorrow, who could it be? "Yukino? Asaba? Arima? What are you doing here?"
"We came to pick you up. Why aren't you dressed up? Did you forget that we are going to the amusement park?" Yukino said.
Eeeek! I totally forgot! "Su- sumi masen. I don't think I'll be able to go with you. I have chores... and stuff... to do." Mou, I can't tell them I'm flunking. I'm surrounded by walking intellects. It would be embarrassing. "Maybe next time."
"Oh, okay. Sorry to hear that. Ano... where's your mom? We have to tell them that we're going now." and Tonami's with them too? I guess there's going to be a huge crowd in the amusement.
"No don't worry. I'll tell her."
"Yeah well... Better luck next time." buzzed Yukino.
"With your exams, I mean."
raccoon panda -- who cares?
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
I feel like I've been deprived of sleep. My eyebags are getting larger and mom is right. I'm starting to look like a panda. Ugh, I still have a writeup to finish tonight. Soueba, why do I always have academic work to finish everynight? Will it never end?! No wonder I'm starting to look like a panda... or is it a raccoon?
yet another lesson learned
Monday, July 24, 2006
What a good laugh. And I really need one. Especially in times when I'm about to take a long exam.
I've studied so much - so hard that I slept at FOUR in the morning. I didn't care if it's late. We were told that the exam will be rough because it'll have essays, analysis and identification written all over it.
It was raining cats and dogs yesterday morning. In fact, there were heavy rains accompanied by strong winds *I feel sooo channel seven right now* while I was bent on studying. Fortunately, I overcame all the disturbance outside and was able to concentrate on my reading. The air, my room, the floor... all cold.
I remember my early morning.
"Mmmm... Maho left her light open." I heard oka-san outside coming towards my room. Then she knocked, "Maho? Dear, are you still up?"
"Hai." then she opened the door.
"Dear, it's 4 in the morning. You should go to bed and let your mind rest."
Together with my dark eyebags, I faced oka-san, "Mom, I have a long exam tomorrow... err this morning. I haven't been able to study because of the heavy rain. Not to mention, helping dad pack a bunch of sandbags remember?"
"Whatever. Go to sleep and... You look so cute, Maho. You're like a panda in your cave." Panda? Where did she get.... "With all that dark patch around your eyes... Awww, wait here! I'll get the camera!"
"MOM! I'm studying! I need to concentrate! ... and pandas don't live on caves!"
"Oh I don't know about that. Anyway, why are you still studying? Didn't you hear the news? Classes are suspended tomorrow... err.. today... and... since you're..."
Everything turned black and white. Mom kept talking but I didn't know what she was telling me anymore. I froze. I didn't know if I should feel happy or angry about it. I've learned a new lesson.