05 June 2010

Eat, Pray, Love.



I loved the book. I hope the movie will not disappoint.
The first part of the trailer showed Julia in Ubud, Bali
and I will watch the movie just so I could say:
"I've been there, I've been there!" Haha.

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So, when did your journey begin? :)

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Mimi June 5, 2010 at 9:54 PM  

love the book, too! journey forever ra gyud ko ani =)

Filipinas June 5, 2010 at 10:51 PM  

Havent read the book. I know I should. Movie looks pretty enticing

Mina June 6, 2010 at 7:42 AM  

Love love this book, too! And yes, I also hope the film won't disappoint.

Mommy Blogs June 6, 2010 at 9:11 AM  

I have the book, haven't finished reading it. I can't wait for the movie either. I think this movie makes more sense as a girl bonding flick rather than SATC. So women know the power within... (ga emote)

I think my journey began when I discovered I could not do it all. When I knew I was very vulnerable. And the only way to get better was to start a journey in getting my groove back. Because no one will ever dig you out of that hole you sank into, but yourself.

Thanks for going through that journey with me =)

Aileen Siroy June 7, 2010 at 12:04 AM  

Mimi said...
love the book, too! journey forever ra gyud ko ani =)

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Sige lang, Mi, as long as you are journeying. :)
I think, the journey really never ends.:)

Aileen Siroy June 7, 2010 at 12:05 AM  

Filipinas said...
Havent read the book. I know I should. Movie looks pretty enticing

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Grab the book, Fil.
And then let's watch the movie! :D

Aileen Siroy June 7, 2010 at 12:06 AM  

Mina said...
Love love this book, too! And yes, I also hope the film won't disappoint.

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The book usually is better than the movie,
still, let's watch. :)

Aileen Siroy June 7, 2010 at 12:11 AM  

Mommy Blogs said...
I have the book, haven't finished reading it. I can't wait for the movie either. I think this movie makes more sense as a girl bonding flick rather than SATC. So women know the power within... (ga emote)

I think my journey began when I discovered I could not do it all. When I knew I was very vulnerable. And the only way to get better was to start a journey in getting my groove back. Because no one will ever dig you out of that hole you sank into, but yourself.

Thanks for going through that journey with me =)

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I agree with you about SATC and this movie.
But SATC is good source of entertainment. *grin*

What a beautiful realization you had, T.
Meaningful journeys start that way.
I am so proud of you. Thank you for allowing me
to journey with you. :)

Chelo June 7, 2010 at 1:11 AM  

when i get the cance to watch this movie, it will only remind me that someone very admirable gave me the book..

thank you ai..youre the one who gave me that book and oh how we enjoyed it tremedously..and because of the book, i wanted to visit an ashram in india, and just wanted to eat pasta for three straight months, and go meet an old spiritual leader in Bali..

such a beautiful book..im scared the movie will change the beautiful sceneries in my imagination..=)

Sher June 7, 2010 at 10:08 PM  

i adore this book too.

i guess my journey began when i moved out of my parents house and tried to make it on my own. and realized that it's not easy but i wouldn't be where i am now if i didn't do it.

can't wait for the movie!

Aileen Siroy June 9, 2010 at 2:06 PM  

Chelo said...
when i get the cance to watch this movie, it will only remind me that someone very admirable gave me the book..

thank you ai..youre the one who gave me that book and oh how we enjoyed it tremedously..and because of the book, i wanted to visit an ashram in india, and just wanted to eat pasta for three straight months, and go meet an old spiritual leader in Bali..

such a beautiful book..im scared the movie will change the beautiful sceneries in my imagination..=)

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I like the part where you want to eat pasta for three straight months. LOL. :D

I'm happy you loved the book, Chel.
Quite inspiring, no? :)

And you, lovely one, are going to India!

Aileen Siroy June 9, 2010 at 2:11 PM  

Sher said...
i adore this book too.

i guess my journey began when i moved out of my parents house and tried to make it on my own. and realized that it's not easy but i wouldn't be where i am now if i didn't do it.

can't wait for the movie!

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It's never easy to leave the comforts of home
and family.
And you were, still are, very brave.
And I know that your journey since then
has been an amazing one. :)

Me, too, can't wait for the movie!

Hi Sher! Nice to see you here!

Sher June 13, 2010 at 12:04 AM  

i've always been reading your blog (stalker mode) hilom-hilom lang ko. hehe...thanks for being one of those people who continue to inspire me to be braver and braver each day. miss you te Ai!

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