The first English prince to use the title Prince of Wales was the future King Edward II. A popular but most likely false story from the 16th century said that King Edward I promised the Welsh, a prince born in Wales who did not speak a word of English, before presenting his infant son. OneContinue reading “Fun Fact: Prince of Wales Fable”
While the Puritans were their own stand-alone denomination that spun off from the Church of England, the closest Christian sect to them in theology were the Calvinists.
Raspberries get their name from the 15th century alcoholic drink known as raspise which meant “sweet rose-colored wine” in modern English.
The candy known as taffy in American-English, is typically called chews in British-English.
I’ve always been a fan of Studio Ghibli films. When Marnie Was There is a movie I wasn’t as familiar with. I had a pretty sizable list of films I haven’t seen from Studio Ghibli and it’s on HBO Max like the rest of them. So the time finally came for me to give itContinue reading “When Marnie Was There (2014 Film) Review”