August 13, 2010

Eat, Pray, Love

Loved Italy. India was tough. Bali was better.

Highlighted parts of the book that spoke to me including this quote.

Can't wait to see the movie!


Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish said...

Wow! What a powerful quote! I really need to read this book! :)

michelle said...

What a great quote! It is so true though, I think we all hold on to our "idea" of love and relationships only to be let down by ourselves. I can't wait to see the movie as well!! Thanks for posting this!

Angie said...

I can't wait for the movie either. you know, I hated the book for various reasons, but I want to see the movie because it looks like the photgraphy will be amazing!

Ashley, the Accidental Olympian said...

I totally agree that India was the worst part to get through. I am very interested to see how they work it in the movie to keep people from getting up and just leaving the theater.

Cozy.Cottage.Cute. said...


Thank you for stopping by my blog earlier (Cozy.Cottage.Cute.). The butterfly punch that I used is about 1-inch wide. That was the only available size at my local craft store, although if I could have found a bigger one I probably would have used it.

Thank you for your thoughtful comment!

Sarah :)

Lilac City Momma said...

I have heard good things about this book! I need to get it. Im now following from FFF!

Marie Anne said...

Very powerful, indeed. I could have written it myself.

I might look for the book, and can't wait to see Julia Roberts in the movie.

Erin@likegrandmas said...

I, like Angie, ah,not such a fan of the book, but there are reasons why(you already know that I am spiritual, so it has to do with the author herself). Anyhoo, I really am looking forward to the movie! Thanks for stopping by and leaving comments. Maybe you have found your purpose, just haven't recognized it yet? By the way, I am glad you read the Ann Brashares novel, now I'll have to pick it up, thanks!!

Related Posts with Thumbnails