14 October 2011

Weekend Love.


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Not too sure what this movie is about, but gosh, the trailer is beautiful.

Ahhh, if I had one wish I would use it to go to Paris

Biggest fall trend right now...not sure what I think about them.

Great advice.

Dying to get my hands on this book

Speaking of books, has anyone read the Hunger Games? If so, what did you think? 

A perfect fall drink.

Ahhh, all 90s kids will love this.

Trapdoor in the kitchen floor - my dream home would definitely have this.

The sweetest 'first look' ever....I might have teared up myself. I think we all deserve a love like this.


In LOVE with this bag. If only I wasn't a starving grad school student!

Have a lovely weekend, and don't forget to enter this weeks giveaway!

9 comments:

little_pieces said...

Hunger games is really really good! It didn't seem like the kind of book i read at first (it still doesn't) but my friends kept pushing me to read it, and it took me completely by surprise.

emmy d said...

I was a little disturbed at the concept of the Hunger Games, but I quickly became addicted (seriously raced to Target at lunch one day to try to find the second book). Just don't try to read them at work. A little too intense for that! I could not put them down until I finished all three.

Annika said...

Ahhh the hunger games. I loved and couldn't put it down but the end of the 3rd book severely disappointed me. Still worth a read, but mentally prep yourself.

a girl with a smile said...

great list betsey!

Sydney said...

thanks for sharing. have a good day!

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Jess said...

Hunger Games. Amazing trilogy. I worked at Barnes and Noble when a colleague kept telling me that it was getting a lot of buzz. I agree that it didn't seem like something I'd enjoy, I mean, the premise is a sort of Lord of the Flies, but more modern.
All of that to say, I loved them. Devoured them. And where I have heard a lot of people didn't like how the third book ended, for me it seemed quite real. Those things probably would have happened in a world like that. The ending for me was satisfying, yet, heart-wrenchingly devastating. Without giving anything away.
I tell everyone that has not read them that they really should, especially before the movie comes out.
Go to the library and get the first one just in case. But, I'm pretty sure, without knowing you, that you'll like them.

fawn said...

omg, I love the photo. The woman's hair and dress are so perfect.

Betsey said...

ahh Okay guys, I read Hunger Games and loved it! Glad for all your input. It is definitely a young adult book, but I couldn't put it down and read it in just a few hours! Haha, definitely worth reading! :)

Jess said...

Glad you enjoyed it. How're you liking the Jane Fairfax book. It's on my list after The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Romancing Miss Bronte. I'd love to hear your thoughts.