Wednesday, December 16, 2009
tuesday wishlist, v.02
okay, volume two!
last night, i watch a dvd,
i was in two option of title, julie&julia or coco avant chanel
since coco is in french, i thought for last night i prefer julie&julia
the movie is about two women in a different time and place,
both of them tried to find joy in their life, and somehow with different reason
they found it in cooking, julie herself was inspired by julia child, a famous cook/book writer.
the interesting part is this movie bundle two true story, some of us never knew who julia child is rite? then after you watch this movie, i guess everyone would google her, her biography or her book. that's exactly what i did.
it's very inspiring for all women in the world, to find and do their passion in life.
as i remembered a friend said don't put your happiness in others hand.
two valuable matter that i could absorp are,
"Julia taught me what it takes to find your way in the world. It's not what I thought it was. I thought it wa all about-I don't know, confidence or will or luck. Those are all some good things to have, no question. But there's something else, somethng that these things grow out of. It's joy."
first, anything is possible, i may have only one follower :P julie's first case, but then she had a goal, even writing a blog she's trying to achieve something, then she got thousand of fans, and people asked her to publish her writing. the one goal i dreamed of since last decade. well, maybe later, at least i'll pay attention to this half barefoot until i worn the perfect shoes, that is when i feel my life is complete, i'll let you know! whoever you are :P
"The nice thing about having a friend who is crazier than you are is that she bolsters your belief in your own sanity."
second, companion, both paul child and eric powell are the best companion there is, pushing their women to achieve something. since this is based on a true story, then i assume that Paul&Eric do exist :) today, i have to start believing that they do exist.
last but not least, i nearly forgot,
meryl streep, you gotta give her a life time achievement award!! seriously!
she's always total in every character, julia child speaks like mrs.doubtfire,
very funny, and she did it very well. never knew that americans are giants for the frenchies.... :P
a very inspiring movie! you have to see it!!!
it makes me want to cook a whole book of recipe :p