So. Today we're talking about...
Also, added to the pile of useless facts I have gleaned from Wikipedia, in most of the world when a person says 'marmelade' what they mean is jam.
Side tangent, when I was in the hospital, after little J was born, I had an English nurse. Her name was Jane, and she was very nice and took very good care of me but she was very busy. However, about the second day I was in the hospital she came to take my breakfast order and we bonded over the weirdest thing.
She read my order out loud. Eggs (which I generally detest but they said I had to pick a protein) and juice and probably bacon or something like it. And toast. "Do you want anything for your toast?"
"Jam," I answered.
"Aww, I haven't heard anyone say Jam in ages. Everyone here calls it Jelly."
"Well, I'm probably going to get jelly, but they're not the same thing. Marmelade would be wonderful if they have it."
They did, and for the rest of the week Jane called me her 'jam buddy' and stopped to talk any time she was going by the room.
Wednesday we're going to talk about one of my favorite characters in fiction :) points if you can guess who it is.