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November 18, 2009

Cinema Bound

We're walking the French
Vintage brick path of home

down to the art house cinema
~ a charming little town away ~
What will you put on your popcorn?
(My choice is garlic seasoning, chiles,
basil and Parmesano Reggiano cheese ;)

We're off to see the movie


(Juliette Binoche... something my husband
and I can agree on!)

and have a French themed evening

Speaking of French...

Vintage Petite Marie bottles
are back in stock
at the store

Any spectacular movies to recommend?

Have a beautiful evening...
(Wine Country Trip #2 on it's way)

Happiness to You!


C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Tracie... what a fun evening you have planned! I love the petite Marie bottles... do you take custom orders? I have such severe allergies, I can't have anything with a scent, and I love lavender and such... I will email you about a special order without the scents... I adore those little bottles! xoxo Julie Marie

trash talk said...

It just sounds prettier when you say cinema! Make mine with extra butter please!!!

Siobhan said...

Hope you have a lovely time Tracie! We are off to the movies tomorrow to watch New Moon.

Siobhan xo

Fete et Fleur said...

I'll have to check this movie out! I hope you have a romantic French evening.


Laura said...

Enjoy the movies!!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Bonjour Tracie! Quelle bonne idée d'aller au cinéma et regarder un film français! Have you seen "La Môme"? THE BEST FRENCH MOVIE OF THE YEAR! YOU MUST SEE IT! It is the French title of La Vie en Rose. A definite must-see. How are ya'? Bisous, Anita

Laura said...

Hi Tracie!
It sounds like a romantic evening...let us know how the movie is! The bottles are fabulous!
Take care, Laura

Sandi said...

Hi Tracie!
And how was your romantic french evening? I am sure it was just delightful.
Your bottles are so pretty too!!

Rosemary said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Love your Marie bottles!!
Chat soon,

Les Cotrions said...

Hello Tracie! Enjoy your faboulous French evening and let us know how is the movie!
Bonne soirée!

Anonymous said...

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Draffin Bears said...

Hi Tracie,

What a beautiful post and loved the sound of your romantic evening out at the cinema.
I love your little Marie bottles and those vintage bricks are lovely.

Have a wonderful weekend, my friend.


Marie Antionette said...

Hi Tracie, I know first hand how beautiful your petite bottle are.I still love mine.I'll always treasure it.
Would you believe they just shut down our theater just a few days ago.I wanted to go see 2012 so bad.
I hope you enjoy your show and that sure is alot of stuff on that popcorn but sure sounds good.
Dear you have a fantastic Thanksgiving And May God Bless you.
XXOO Marie Antionette

Rue said...

Hi Tracie :)

I hope the movie was wonderful! Was wine involved later?? ;)

I'm loving the pictures of your trip :)


Alice W. said...

Oooh sounds like such a romantic time. And that popcorn sounds delicious! Did you enjoy the movie? I haven't see it...the last movie I saw was quite different I suspect...hehe...Where the Wild Things Are...but very a little glimpse of childhood...but it did make me a little sad too...but I guess that is what childhood is like when it ends...

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

How fun...I love movie nights...a french movie that I just love is Moliere..have you seen that one?