I wasn't sure if I was going to like the movie, since it looked a bit too Hollywood for me, but, I decided to order it On Demand as a shout out to a fellow blogger.
Yes, I guess I moonlight as a blogger, but I am still a snob of the medium on ocassion.
I have to say, yes it was a bit hollywood, but it was charming too, and in the end, it inspires writers to write, and self-professed foodies to cook. (I must brag about my first sushi wrestling and Chicken Masala here.)
There is so much more to our Narcissism than just what we do during the day than meets the eye. We also need deadlines, and a self-obsessed project to give our life meaning and structure. G-d bless the Gen Xers, even if I refuse to call you my brethren.
Still, no matter what generation, we all have many layers, dreams, and thoughts, many of which we do not share even with our closest friends so we do not open the entire whole crazy package all at once. Thank you Julie for doing so.
When you think about spending a year of your life living a certain way and writing about it, many thoughts come to mind.
So since living as an Oprah groupie, and this cooking story is already taken, I am open to suggestions. For now the ones that seem to best suit my lifestyle are:
1. Gluten Free Cooking without gagging
2. 101 ways to use Manishevitz
3. Living undercover as a Realtor
4. Being an Activist while lying on your couch
5. Photoblog of Dirty Car Slogans
I did see a dirty car the other day that said: "I wish my girl was as dirty as you"