S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen


Today I finished a book. It was about a young man whose parents died around the time he was born. He was raised by his aunt and uncle. Two young men and a young woman have exciting adventures. There was an instructor named Snape who taught teenagers; one of the young men outwits him. It was set in England. It's a story about growing up.

In almost all other respects, The Foundling is an entirely different book than Harry Potter.

Also today -
  • Elephants talked to me on the telephone.

  • I saw mermaids and a unicorn.

  • I felt very tiny in close proximity to a blue whale replica. This and the preceding two events were all at the Natural History Museum.

  • I ate a lovely lunch with taldragon, gandalfgreyhame, and cynicaloptimist.

  • I bought an ice cream scoop, which will save any more spoons from sustaining ice cream damage.

  • I was lured (rather easily) into my first trip to a Hotel Chocolat outlet. I particularly admired their ingenuity in marking a chocolate tasting for children set.

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