Category Archive: My Thoughts

Sharing of my thoughts or ideas

Mar 17 2016

Reunion is translated!

It is my great honor and pleasure to announce that a reader called aya has generously offered to translate my new minific “Reunion” to Japanese! 😀 As usual, I’ll illustrate a scene in this story as my appreciation to her wonderful gift. 💝 Since it will take me a while to draw, I’ll publish the story first. …

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Mar 08 2016

Reunion

Happy Women’s Day, my friends! This story is a what if scenario. 😍 I got inspired after listening to a Japanese song and reading my friend Candy Bert’s new story, Un amour dans la tourmente! I hope you like it. ❤ – Ms Puddle Disclaimer: Candy Candy and all characters belong to Kyoko Mizuki, images …

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Mar 05 2016

Candy’s last letter to Albert (Part 6)

This is the last page of the series Candy’s last letter to Albert. Merci beaucoup, Antlay! ❤❤ Here Candy wrote to Albert that she had the diary, which was mainly about Terry, right beside her, but it hadn’t been opened. That is, although she had brought it back to Pony’s Home from Lakewood, she hadn’t turned a page. Apparently, she …

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Mar 04 2016

Candy’s last letter to Albert (Part 5)

Once again, I can’t appreciate Antlay enough for her wonderful contribution to my blog. ❤❤ This is another highlight in this letter, the return of the diary. Candy had entrusted it to Granduncle William before sneaking out of St. Paul’s Academy. She wanted her adoptive father to read it so that he could understand why …

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Mar 03 2016

Candy’s last letter to Albert (Part 4)

Yes, Part 4 already, and this is my favorite part of the entire letter. Many thanks to my friend Antlay ❤ ❤ for choosing to show my drawing published in A hug so tight. I remember talking to my friend QuevivaCandy once about this loving embrace, that this is the official romantic scene between Candy and Albert in Candy Candy Final Story (CCFS). 🙂 This scene …

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Mar 02 2016

Candy’s last letter to Albert (Part 3)

This is Part 3 of Candy’s letter to Albert. Merci Antlay! ❤❤❤ After driving for hours, Albert parked at the family villa in Lakewood, strolling around the place with Candy from one gate to another. Note that this was the first time they walked around the villa, just the two of them. Tell you what, Albert must have his reasons …

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Mar 01 2016

Candy’s last letter to Albert (Part 2)

As I’ve mentioned more than once, what’s really important to the protagonist will happen in the story. That is, the author will describe the event(s) in words. Readers can imagine all they want, but if something is not written, that means it’s not substantial enough to alter the course of the story or it simply will not directly affect the protagonist whatsoever. …

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Feb 29 2016

Candy’s last letter to Albert (Part 1)

It’s my honor to show you the marvelous collages created by my dear friend Antlay. Merci beaucoup, mon amie! ❤❤❤ Inspired by the spoilers from Candy Candy Final Story (CCFS) epilogue, Antlay used these collages to show you, little by little, Candy’s last letter to the man who had significantly changed her life. I’ll upload one page at a time starting …

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Feb 24 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 3)

Lately, as you probably have guessed, I’m tied up with real-life obligations. I can’t afford to update as often as I like, nor do I reply to your comments in a short time (but I’ll try my best to do so within a day or two). Anyway, I miss you guys, and here I am, writing a new post. 😀 …

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Feb 12 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 2)

In Candy Candy manga, the readers can tell that the three Ardlay boys, Anthony, Archie and Alistair (Stear), had all fallen for the orphan girl, Candy, even though none of them had ever kissed her on the lips. Only Anthony had given Candy a peck on the cheek, and neither Stear nor Archie had ever got to that …

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