BSM assumption lognormal return

Hi folks,

so it stands written in Schweser regarding the assumptions of the BSM:

“The underlying asset price follows a geometric Brownian motion process. The return on the underlying asset follows a lognormal distribution. In other words, the logarithmic continuously compounded return is normally distributed.

On the other hand, the concept checks tell you that is is wrong that: "Continuously compounded returns are lognormally distributed."

Could you please tell me the difference between

  • a value being lognormally distributed and
  • the logarithmic value being normally distributed?