Do you think Santa starts taking requests in June???
And by the way, I got to go take the little kiddos to see Disney/Pixar's new movie, Brave:
Have you heard anything about this movie yet? 'Cause when I went to go see it, I thought it was going to be like the G-rated-and-animated-with-girl-lead version of Braveheart.
It's a story about a Scottish princess who is pretty much a normal teenager: she doesn't get along with her mum and wants to make all her own decisions (even if they're silly ones). Then she makes a deal with a witch and turns said mum into a bear (yup) who she has to then save to save the whole kingdom. And her mum.
I just like calling her "mum". (c:
Seeing as it's a Disney movie, I thought it would be fine to take the short people to (they're 5 and 3).
The villain in this movie happens to be an uber scary and creepy grizzly bear (including a missing *dead eye*, ew)...my 5 year-old son had to keep taking his 3D glasses off every time it came on because it was too scary. )c:
HOWEVER...The princess' triplet baby brothers are DARN FUNNY and leaving the movie, my little ones were already *begging* me to buy it when it comes out on DVD and to take them to see it another time in the theater. (c:
Overall, it was pretty entertaining (though not my favorite Disney movie by a long shot), Billy Connolly is freakin' hilarious as King Fergus and I will always and forever be smitten with *anything* Emma Thompson touches (she's the Queen in this one), she's always BRILLIANT.
TAKE AWAY POINTS: (cause I know you're totally skimming all this!)
It's a good movie, entertaining for the kiddos (as long as they aren't too young!), but you definitely can skip the 3D unless you're just really into it because I don't think it really adds much in this case!
Thanks for all the good luck wishes for my company/visitors...it's going well, but unfortunately, we won't be in the clear until Thursday...CURSES!
But just because I have company, doesn't mean that I can't enjoy my online magazine fetish, right? (c:
So the new Lonny came out and it had some really unique and fun spaces...these two here are a couple that I don't think I would usually go for. But I'm strangely attracted...kind of like with Mark Ruffalo.
Traditional with a twist...
I can't get over this bedroom and that fabulicious pendant over the bed...
Show me a wall of maps, and I'll show you one happy gal.
What do you think, yea or nay? Any fan favorites from the mag?
I am just smitten with pretty much all things design. This blog is where I post all the gorgeous inspiration pictures I find and the pictures of my own misguided efforts on my teensy budget! (c: Thanks for dropping by!