Blah blah blah Harry Potter blah

I keep meaning to blog but:

  1. whenever I sit down to write a blog post I forget all of the brilliant ideas I came up with earlier in the day, and
  2. about 20% of my thought processes this week have been devoted to work, 5% to other miscellaneous thoughts (including blog-ideas that I forget five minutes later) and 75% of my thought processes during any given day are related to Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger and why they are so perfect that I am overwhelmed with emotion at every single thing that has ever happened to/between them in the books

These two need to get out of my head. Unfortunately the only way I can think of to fix this is to reread EVERY SINGLE HARRY POTTER BOOK and rewatch ALL OF THE MOVIES. But I'm pretty sure I won't be completely satisfied until 2010. It's possible I will be a zombie for the next three years.

Anyway, speaking of Harry Potter, here is something that has been bothering me since I finished the book:

srah - Tuesday, 24 July 2007 - 10:25 PM
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Comments (3)

gravatar Aunt Pam - July 24, 2007 - 11:44 PM -

Sarah, should you wish to engage your mind and thoughts in a Potter of a total different ilk, I humbly submit to you a darling movie I just finished watching called "Miss Potter". I found it quite charming, but I've always loved Beatrix and her animal friends.

I have enjoyed reading your synopsis of Deathly Hallows! You provide a great service to those of us who, try as we might, have never been able to get into the books! (And I think I'm a movie behind too!)

gravatar EV - July 25, 2007 - 10:51 AM -

Oh, so I have a small update to my explanation-- I think it was less a projection of post-death Voldemort as it was the post-death state of the piece of Voldie's soul that was stuck to Harry and now destroyed. I mean, I think it suggests that the dead full-Voldie would be pretty much the same thing though, for the reasons I mentioned.

And actually, all of this crap was in Harry's head anyway, but it was basically him processing everything he'd learned so far in order to work out the truth.

gravatar camille - July 26, 2007 - 11:12 AM -

the epilogue was random, eh? what did you think?

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