Sorry I skipped out on you yesterday. And almost skipped out on you today. I've been feeling a little-down this weekend, but whatevs. Did anyone else wake up this morning and think, "it's really ONLY Tuesday!?" I'm so thankful for a busy workday yesterday, but I mean--I was thinking it was at least Wednesday, maybe even Thursday today! haha....and then constant rain we've had isn't helping.
But, I'm not here to talk about the weather today. I want to discuss something very important with you.
How do you read them? In anger? Or pure excitement?
*I think this picture is hilarious. Found it here when I googled "happy vs. anger faces"*
**Here's the back story: I sent an email out to the company a few days ago, and one of my co-workers said "Emily, why are you yelling at us? It's just a friendly reminder of our upcoming event." I was like "what do you mean!? I was yelling...I was just trying to get people excited!"
haha. So, I want to know from you...
Do you read excitement when people write with exclamation points....or do read them as yelling/anger?