Nevertheless, we haven't changed our minds on that point. So we did go ahead and changed it like she asked, since there are "rules" and whatever, but we did also include in the email that it killed us a little having to do that. I do hope that didn't make things worse, but we think it's okay because we also promised to have "real" punctuation in volume two. Things like Sailor V are the worst for that kind of thing, because there are hearts and stars all over the place, and it's time-consuming enough as it is. If only America would hop on the hearts and stars bandwagon, there wouldn't have been a problem... I mean, we already use emojis all over the place, and apparently we've also adopted the practice of using question marks for declarative statements, so why not hearts and stars, I ask you!
So that had us a little grumpy, but! after we did that, we finally listened to our Land of the Lustrous soundtrack, and oh my goodness, you guys, it's so pretty! It was very soothing, and we were working on Hatsu*Haru today, too, which is as great as ever, and that helped us feel better, too.
Today I'm thankful for getting to use whatever punctuation I want in my blog, having lots of time to play Pokemon today, finally evolving Trubbish, a very shiny Land of the Lustrous soundtrack, and getting to work on Hatsu*Haru♥