Friday, March 12, 2010

Capitalism & Le Weekend

{DIY Fabric Poms, originally spotted on Luphia loves}

Ever since I rejoined Netflix, I've been on a movie watching kick. Wednesday night I watched New York, I Love You and adored it, as I knew I would, and last night I watched Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story. Michael Moore... well you either love him or you hate him, but I will say this - I learned more about the financial crisis and bank bailout from this flick than I ever did from watching CNN.

Anyway, back to what's really important here - TGIF!!! My weekend is full of visiting with old friends (one came all the way from Zurich!), dining out, squeezing in a yoga class, and hopefully finally making it to the Boggy Creek Farms Market on Saturday morning. What're you up to?


The Voracious Vegan said...

Those fabric pom poms are GORGEOUS! So whimsical, I adore them!

I like Moore's documentaries. A bit simplistic, a bit sensationalistic, but then what movie isn't these days? I really liked Sicko, that was my favorite I think. I can't wait to watch Capitalism: A Love Story!

shelly said...

this weekend is going to include creating some art, a movie, Amelie ( i have never seen it), car shopping, farmers market and some cleaning.

i love the pom poms. i just saw some of them and thought they were cute but wondered what i would do with them????

have a wonderful weekend!

Pink Heels said...

Thank goodness for Netflix! I can't imagine ever wasting $10 to see a movie at a dirty theater with kids screaming all around me ever again. Oh, wait...I went last weekend to see Alice in Wonderland...but that was different. : ) Have a great weekend!

Phoenix Peacock said...

Apparently I am now making fabric pom poms!
My wallet got stolen - so I have to try and collect new IDs this weekend, do massive amounts of school work, and buy a bridesmaid dress. I have a feeling pom poms will be my highlight! Thank You!

Nikosmommy said...

Those fabric poms are the cuteness!
P.S. I love your Frenglish writing. I'm in Canada (where everyone studies French in school, but really can't speak it all that well). My friends and I all speak un peu of French and mix it into our everyday blab!