Tuesday, July 31, 2007

July's Randomnimity

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
In order to avoid high blood pressure, Christians who are vehemently opposed to reading Harry Potter should skip this paragraph, because we are most certainly not opposed. In fact, we were so not opposed that we chose to read book 7 together for about 13 hours on July 21. Reports have it that JunkMale and Harmony were slightly woozy the next morning at church. I find it funny and interesting how we both read the series for totally different things; I like the action and adventure portions, whereas she likes the witty narratives and interpersonal relationships. Case in point: I found the Bill/Fleur wedding chapter to be somewhat...boring, but it was Harmony's favorite chapter. I am apt to re-read all the action portions, such as the ends of the books, whereas she is more likely to re-read Ron and Hermione's latest goings-on. (isn't she weird? or am I?)

Blocked from China

I'm not sure how accurate this site is. I know that I have previously had blog visitors from China, and I know that I have gotten an opposite result from that site before. But I've done the test numerous times over the past few days, and each has come out with the above result.

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  • Ewokgirl

    That's so weird that you're blocked in China. Too Christian, perhaps?

    I LOVED this last Harry Potter book! I had no idea how she was going to end it, and she surprised me yet again with her clever ideas and plot twists. That's part of what I love about this series; I have yet to ever figure out an ending. Most authors are predictable, but J.K. Rowling never is.

  • The Ramblin' Rat

    Yay for another Harry Potter fan! It took me a week to read it (I was only able to pick it up 3 times during that week) but I loved it. It was completely bitter-sweet knowing this was the last time I could hang out with Ron, Harry, Hermione and all the others at Hogwarts.

    Tell Harmony I too enjoyed the wedding (c: