Life is about making your own rules.
I'm on a diet right now, so I don't eat carbs as much as possible. Like, I got a sunburn on the back of my neck last year, so don't forget to apply sunscreen this summer! And.
Come to think of it, ever since I was born, I've been making up my mind and making rules every day.
If you follow all these rules, you'll get closer to your ideal self. As you might think, it's difficult to follow all your own rules...or even to understand and remember all of your own rules.
In the first place, is it a reckless and selfish idea to make rules and control yourself?
▲Miyuki talking to a bear in her dream
“Omajinai wa Kuma, Kuma, Kuma!” is based on the worldview of ITSUKI, and has illustrator Gajumaru come up with characters and stories.
That's why the characters are created based on me personally, so it's not a so-called "attack", but Miyuki-san, who appeared in the first episode, resembles me so much that I can't believe it's someone else, which surprised me.
I love bears, so if a bear talks to me in the jungle, I will listen without running away. taste and eat.
In the film, there is a scene in which an impatient Miyuki forgets the key. As someone who has caused so many "key-related" incidents in my life so far, I find a common point in such a place.
I shouldn't have shared such trivial information with Mr. Gajumaru. How do you know me...
Let's go back to the beginning a little bit.
I don't know how many times I've set my own rule, ``wake up 30 minutes early from tomorrow,'' because I've been discouraged in the mornings when I don't have time.
That's right. I'm sure Miyuki is the same. Miyuki, have you ever made a rule to "wake up 30 minutes earlier from tomorrow"?
But in fact, Miyuki and I already know.
If you get up 30 minutes earlier, it will certainly be a pleasant morning.
But apart from that, even if I overslept a little as usual, somehow I'll eventually make it on time.
Something happened unexpectedly, and somehow it happened.
But if you open it up here, it's not cute. I can still love you more if you don't give up and make your own rules and live betrayed by yourself.
"The charm is a bear, a bear, a bear!"
Together with the bear in the dream, comfort and admonish them, or even yourself. It seems like it's always been that way, but it's not.
I want readers to feel a little Sisterhood when they chant "Kuma, Kuma, Kuma!"
By the way, ITSUKI's HAIR CREPERIE does hair care every day! It is a product to support your own rules. It's an advertisement that seems to have been remembered at the end, but please take a night cap.