Friday, July 22, 2011


There is an amazing site called Gofobo. My sweet roomie, Dawn told me about it like a year ago and since then we have been hooked. You can sign up for an account and they will send you free movie passes to sneak previews of films before they are released....did you catch that little magic word I used in there? FREE!!!! So since then I have seen maybe 3 or 4 films at least a week before they have been released. Its awesome!!!
The more screenings you go to the more emails they send you, but you have to sign up for passes the minute you get the email as they go quickly and just because you get a pass doesn't guarantee admission so you also have to get there early. I am telling you though it is sooo worth it.
Last weekend I got an email from them for a screening of Crazy, Stupid Love. Can I tell you I snatched 2 of those puppies up as fast as possible. I had first seen the trailer like 2 or 3 months ago and was so excited about this film. The trailer is below...

Looks amazing right? And Ryan Gosling in a comedy? Say What!!!!!

Ok so even though it looks like a typical romantic is not. Its Amazing!!!! Like laugh, cry, scream...the whole audience was so loud and going nuts the whole film. I don't think I have ever had such a fun experience in a theater like this before. The acting is great, its not cheesy funny just written really well and very clever. Steve Carell is awesome as is Julianne Moore and Emma Stone, and of course Mr. Gosling is amazing...and so fine. Swoon doesn't even begin to describe guys if you take your girl to see this be prepared. weekend the 29th of July instead of going to see that lame Captain America crap...take your friends, family, coworkers, spouse...whoever to go see this movie! You will be so glad you did...

Below check out Ryan Gosling on Jimmy Fallon the other night...adorable...

Monday, July 18, 2011

Julia Child I am not...

A long, long time ago I decided that I wanted to be a chef. I was on a food network kick one summer I think it was before my 5th or 6th grade year of school. Not sure, but anyway. I watched Food Network and took notes, went with my mom to the store and made my parents try some dishes. I loved it. All of it. I wanted to own a restaurant and know all there is to know about food.
Then reality hit and I realized restaurant hours are not fun, and my other dream of being a stay at home mommy was not likely to work well in that scenario.
Oh well...I still think it would be so fun to own a little cafe somewhere. You know with quaint tables on a terrace where people could eat good food, and read or work or just people watch. It would be awesome.
Ok all that to say that I love food...and cooking food and baking food. And I love reading about here are some cookbooks that I have decided need to be in my collection.

My Father's Daughter
By Gwyneth Paltrow

This was on my wish list until an hour ago...when I went to Target and it was on sale...soooo now its coming home with me. Yippee!!!!

Mastering the Art of French Cooking
By Julia Child

Every Day Italian
By Giada De Laurentis

Back to Basics
By Barefoot Contessa

Anybody else have any wonderful cookbooks I need to add to my list?


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