But it's fun working on Negima, because we get to learn a lot of stuff about all kinds of mythology from all over the world. And while it's a huge pain to have to figure out the romanizations of all the Greek and Russian, it feels good to have done it. Actually, technically I don't think we have to do it, but we like to, because as readers, we like to be able to hear the words in our heads, and if they're in an alphabet we don't know, we can't do that. So we provide romanizations, which are hopefully accurate, and hopefully will find their ways into the manga.
Sadly, however, I think that means despite finally remembering about pictures, they'll have to wait again. I think I can get them up by tomorrow?
But! we just got this e-mail from Disney Insider where Mary Costa tells the story of how she got cast as Princess Aurora in Disney's Sleeping Beauty, and we think it's really neat, so I'm going to link it here so all of you can read it, too! I'd provide highlights to tempt you to go read the whole thing, but I can't decide what would be best, so just go read it! It's good. And it's not very long, we promise!
Today I'm thankful for inspirational stories about Walt Disney, finding the DVD remote, online Russian alphabet charts, being almost caught up with style guide updating, and it being time to do something away from the computer now.