We were only planning to work until lunch, and lunch couldn't come soon enough. We made sure to eat in case we ended up running all over town, and then I called the vet. The nurse I talked to said we could take Page in if we wanted to, but lethargy is actually very common after getting vaccines, and it usually wears off after a day or two. The only real concern is that she's not eating, but sometimes that comes with the lethargy. So we're still keeping an eye on her, but we're a lot less worried about her.
Shortly after my worry about Page was alleviated, I accidentally got Oreo to hiss at me. We think he's got a sore joint in his leg, either from arthritis or a fight with Page. He went into hiding, and had us worried all over again, but now he's back, so the main stress we have now is just residual. And we do hope that Page gets her energy back soon.
Anyway, I think I still have some space to talk about Gyakuten Honey.
Our main comment on Gyakuten Honey is that it's a very difficult series for us to read, for the sole reason that we like to imagine the characters' voices as we read. The series is about a guy and the girl he's in love with being forced to switch bodies, and we like the voices to go with the vocal chords, rather than the personality. (It's always neat to hear voice actors trying to copy each other, but that doesn't really apply here, since there's no voiced version yet.) And the guy is one of those scary guys who everyone thinks is going to kill them, and the girl is super spacey and "la la laaaa♪", so it's really hard to imagine the switch. It would be awesome to hear in a CD drama or anime, though.
But anyway, it's a fun story, and we like it. ...And that about covers what we have to say about it. Eheh.
Today I'm thankful for managing to finish the last Birth by Sleep mission on Square-Enix Members before the deadline, Oreo not hiding from us anymore, having delicious juice to drink, getting to go to Disneyland soon!, and managing to get some work done despite all the stress.