There are so many things to look forward to this month! Christmas, New Year's Eve, LOST Season 4 on DVD, The Dark Knight on DVD, and the release of this book on Thursday:
Can't get me enough Harry Potter! The next movie looks so good. Then again, I learned a good lesson about judging a movie by it's preview...
Amazon has a deluxe edition of the Tales of Beedle the Bard which looks pretty cool:I do have one question though - what's a Bard? Nevermind, I looked it up.
bard 1 |bärd|
noun archaic or poetic/literary
a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with a particular oral tradition.
• ( the Bard or the Bard of Avon) Shakespeare.
bardic |-dik| |ˈbɑrdɪk| adjective
ORIGIN Middle English : from Scottish Gaelic bàrd, Irish bard, Welsh bardd, of Celtic origin. In Scotland in the 16th cent. it was a derogatory term for an itinerant musician, but was later romanticized by Sir Walter Scott.
bard 2 |bɑrd| |bɑːd|
noun (I like this one!)
a slice of bacon placed on meat or game before roasting.
verb [ trans. ]
cover (meat or game) with slices of bacon.
ORIGIN early 18th cent.: from French barde, a transferred sense of barde ‘armor for the breast and flanks of a warhorse,’ based on Arabic bar d a'a ‘saddlecloth, padded saddle.’