I love Johnny Flynn. That is all.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Well I was going to write about how I adore Emma Watson, but that post will have to wait as all the pictures I had lined up went away when my Internet browser up and quit.
Instead, I will just say how ridiculously excited I am for this right here!
Downton Abbey and Any Human Heart and Upstairs Downstairs, oh my! Plus I will be home for most of Downton Abbey and so will be able to watch it on a real TV! So thrilling!
Monday, November 29, 2010
Dear Marion Cotillard,
Can you be more chic? I mean come on! So here's the plan: I am going to come to France, and we can be new best friends. I am envisioning croissants and berets and museums and most likely some shopping. So how about it?
I mean how ridiculously chic is that?! Additionally, see my post about her on my glasses blog!
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Dear Drew Barrymore,
You are pretty cool, I'm pretty cool, so let's be friends! I think it's a swell plan. I really enjoy Ever After, even if it is awfully cheesy. And The Wedding Singer is the best! Oh, and I was so so impressed with Whip It. What a lovely movie, snaps to you! And additionally, I think you are ever so stylish. So new best friends, what do you think? Let me know.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Today, I watched The Pillars of the Earth. Yes, ALL of it. All 8 hours in one day. It was THAT GOOD! Oh my goodness, such nail-biting action. And so many amazing actors. Particularly of note were:
Rufus Sewell, my favorite!
and Matthew MacFadyen, so dreamy!
But I think the person who made the miniseries for me was one, Mr. Eddie Redmayne. Oh my goodness gracious is he attractive. How about some photos? But of course!
Look at that face! Just look at it! How could you say no to 8 hours of that?
Freckles! He has freckles!
And look, he's even dashing!
Favorite! Needless to say, I added him to the dreamy list. Because there is a list. So hey, you have 8 hours to spare, don't you? So watch!
Friday, November 26, 2010
Dear Ellen Page,
You seem super cool. I really liked you in Juno, not to mention Whip It. And Inception probably seemed like a good idea at the time, so that is understandable. So here is my question for you: do you want to be new best friends?
Can you tell I have been frequenting Weheartit recently? Lots of good photos! Here is my favorite of Ellen Page: love the bike + the shoes!
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Note: I wrote this for a Belle & Sebastian contest about love. I couldn't find a place otherwise on my computer to put it and my blog was already up, so it is just fine if you completely ignore it.
If the whole history of Earth since it first formed was thought of as 24 hours, humans began just 30 seconds ago. Human beings are so young, so how can we even begin to fathom love? Some stars have been around for billions of years, and yet we are preoccupied with movie stars here on Earth: who is dating who, who cheated on who, who divorced who. Such trivialities become banal when faced with the unfathomable age of the universe. And yet we persist- we laugh and love and lose and live our lives until we die. And why? To what purpose, to what end? How is it that so many books and songs and movies are devoted to such an amorphous, abstract concept? I try to see, I try to feel what so many others describe, but I still wonder how such a little word can carry such a big weight. Answers are never easy when it comes to a subjective emotion. I look up at the sky and wonder, do stars love? Do they find each other in the unending space, and hold on to each other, clinging really to one emotion? Is their love akin to that of humans, only projected across millions of years? Do stars experience disappointment and defeat, or are they just plasma held together by gravity? We can be thought of as plasma held together by gravity, so really, how different are humans and stars? And is it really such a stretch to think that love is not, in fact, something only experienced by humans?
Look! My ukulele! Right there, the purple-ish one!
So I have been practicing and practicing, and think I have gotten quite a bit better, actually. Here is my ukulele repertoire, as of now:
Almost Lover by A Fine Frenzy
Rangers by A Fine Frenzy
Swan Song by A Fine Frenzy
Giving Up by Ingrid Michaelson
You and I by Ingrid Michaelson
Butterfly Nets by Bishop Allen
Anyone Else But You by The Moldy Peaches
Sentimental Heart by She & Him
Five Years Time by Noah and the Whale
Such Great Heights by The Postal Service
Christmas TV by Slow Club
The Wrote and the Writ by Johnny Flynn
Happy Birthday You by Jay Jay Pistolet
Cross Your Fingers by Laura Marling
Magic Perfume by Charlyne Yi
The BC Clark Jingle
(part of) Blue Skies by Noah and the Whale
(part of) New Soul by Yael Naim
(part of) Just You and Me by Zee Avi
(part of) Last of Days by A Fine Frenzy
(part of) Start and Stop by Jenny Owen Youngs
(part of) Oh Paris! by Dent May
(part of) If You Want To Sing Out Sing Out by Cat Stevens
(part of) Somewhere Over the Rainbow
(part of) La Vie En Rose
Monday, November 22, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Vision impaired people across the globe rejoice, I have always felt that rather than detract from a person's presentation of themselves, glasses actually add attractiveness! And now there is a new blog devoted just to that: attractive people in attractive glasses. So you should go visit and marvel in all the good-looks and spectacles.
Monday, November 8, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Eeeeeeeee guess who I saw in Montreal?!? If you couldn't tell from the picture, I am 97.8% sure I saw Romola Garai at the Museum of Contemporary Art! So so exciting, and definitely one of the high points of my lovely trip. She is one of my absolute favorite actresses and is just wonderful in so many films, Emma especially. So go watch one! I would recommend I Capture the Castle or As You Like It.