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It’s been a long time since I’ve posted one of these. I didn’t post all the pictures from February and I got really lazy, so let’s set things straight. 
So today marked the beginning of March, the day Twitch FINALLY beats the Indigo League (bravo guys), AND it marks when Pokemon went on Netflix.
Now I had no idea they’d be showing the very first Pokemon episodes. In all honesty and no exaggeration, I screamed into my pillow, picked up that Pikachu figure you see above, and started singing and dancing when the theme song started playing. Matter of fact, I found that Pikachu in my current house when we moved in. It belonged to the previous owner’s kid. Lucky me. (I even found a golden Poliwhirl card in the backyard but it was really dirty). By the end of the episode, I was actually crying a little. Afterwards, I sat in my dad’s lap because…well I felt like a little kid. I asked him if he remembers whether or not I cried when I was little and watched the Pokemon movies in theaters. He did remember. I realized (mostly after the episode was done) that Pokemon is truly part of who I am. Yes, it’s a show, a game, and it’s marketed. But I don’t look at it merely as some commodity. And it’s not either. It’s my childhood. It’s my imagination, the games I’d play with my friends, the adventures I had in the game. And it’s still strong in me after all these years, if not, stronger.
I truly love Pokemon. 
God bless, and have a great March guys :D
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It’s been a long time since I’ve posted one of these. I didn’t post all the pictures from February and I got really lazy, so let’s set things straight.Β 

So today marked the beginning of March, the day Twitch FINALLY beats the Indigo League (bravo guys), AND it marks when Pokemon went on Netflix.

Now I hadΒ no ideaΒ they’d be showing the very first Pokemon episodes. In all honesty and no exaggeration, I screamed into my pillow, picked up that Pikachu figure you see above, and started singing and dancing when the theme song started playing. Matter of fact, I found that Pikachu in my current house when we moved in. It belonged to the previous owner’s kid. Lucky me. (I even found a golden Poliwhirl card in the backyard but it was really dirty). By the end of the episode, I was actually crying a little. Afterwards, I sat in my dad’s lap because…well I felt like a little kid. I asked him if he remembers whether or not I cried when I was little and watched the Pokemon movies in theaters. He did remember. I realized (mostly after the episode was done) that Pokemon is truly part of who I am. Yes, it’s a show, a game, and it’s marketed. But I don’t look at it merely as some commodity. And it’s not either. It’s my childhood. It’s my imagination, the games I’d play with my friends, the adventures I had in the game. And it’s still strong in me after all these years, if not, stronger.

I truly love Pokemon.Β 

God bless, and have a great March guys :D

[61/365]

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  3. florenceandthejane said: I got my little sister watching Pokemon and she’s so into it. I’m 10 years old again whenever I watch it and it’s awesome.
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