I rented the movie version of Howl’s Moving Castle a few months ago, and it was a bit confusing but still quite fun. The book possibly makes less sense than the movie, which I didn’t think was really possible – how could anime come out as a logical story? But, it sort of happened.
At any rate, while some things were explained more clearly in the book, I didn’t really understand the last bit at all. Maybe someday when I’m not sitting in Jarom’s history class trying to ignore the professor talking about ancient geography, I’ll try reading the book again. Until then, I’m just a little too confused to really know if I liked it much or not. Although I think I did.
a few weeks ago we bought some red snapper at smith’s, because it was too good a deal to pass up. we ate half and put the rest in the freezer.
since then, jarom has been requesting “black & red fish.” we finally got the recipe from his mom last night, and I discovered it is, in fact, called blackened red snapper.
if you say it quickly, it does sound like “black & red” fish…
suffice it to say I feel rather silly.