Every time I write something about you, I’ve always wondered what you’d think and feel if you knew.

Last night, I was on the verge of sending you my blog’s URL without telling you that it’s mine. Would you realize it was made solely for you?

Would you recognize the small talks we shared? There’s a chance, yes, but I bet, you won’t remember it the way I did. Every moments we shared together, just the two of us or with a couple of others, I have it memorized so I could replay it on my mind over and over again. That’s not enough, though. I have to write it here and tagged your name because I am hoping I can show it to you someday.

This blog.

Mr. Brain Quotes: Memory Disorder

Without a doubt, Masaru-san has a memory disorder.
See, when people learn something new, the hippocampus works first. 
After a while, that information is sent to the cerebral neocortex, where it normally gets stored.
But in Masaru-san's case, the hippocampus itself is damaged. So he can't remember new things.
---Tsukumu Ryusuke, episode 04

For Masaru-san, notes are his memories of events 
and musical compositions are like  an outlet of feelings.
In short, if you combine those two, they become Masaru-san's diary.
---Tsukumu Ryusuke, episode 04

No comments:

Post a Comment