Yuki is shocked to realize that he hasn’t really been struggling that much with Tohru’s absence.
In order to gain something or learn something, maybe you have to sacrifice something or hurt something, no matter how depressing that might be.
Yuki and Machi continue to grow closer (and more adorable).
As Kyo and Tohru continue to be adorably and frustratingly dense, Yuki abandons that awkwardness only to be drawn into Ayame’s special brand of awkward.
Even though spring is almost here, it’s snowing. I hate when the snow piles up. The white snow that smooths over everything. The “perfection” of that white expanse…I hate it. Read more
“What color do you like, Kuragi-san?
That’s right. The instant he asked me that, I didn’t understand the question. I didn’t know who he was. I didn’t know who “I” was. I was “empty”.
Kyo experiences some severe emotional fallout from that play.
In the beginning, she was just a classmate. Then she was the weird girl who lived in a tent. I invited her to live with us partially because she was in dire straits, but mostly because of some stupid spirit of defiance against the Sohma family and our curse. But something she said got to me.
Yuki finally hit rock bottom.
In order to freely participate in the “Outside” world, Yuki must square with his past trauma.
But first, student council shenanigans!