This is a show the Hubster and I discovered on Netflix after a few friends recommended it to us. We decided to go ahead and give it a shot.


Let me tell you, we are very happy that we did. This show is hilarious. And even better it has the voice actor who is in another animated favorite of ours, Archer. That same voice that plays Archer does the voice for Bob.


The entire voice cast does such a great job bringing to life these characters.


Definitely a must watch from Fox Studios.

The Hubster and I came across this show via Netflix one night when we were trying to find something to watch. And rather than watch the same season of Bob’s Burgers for the second week in a row, we opted for this show.


I must say, I am ecstatically happy that we did. Not only is this show hilarious, it is also poignant in this particular time frame in our lives. We connected so much to both Audrey and Jeff, which is the quote old married couple in the show. Especially the story arc of them trying to get pregnant but having difficulties, which reflects a lot of our issues my Hubster and I are currently going through.


It is a very lighthearted yet can be serious at times, all around fantastic show. If you get the chance to check it out do so. All the seasons are out on Netflicks, and unfortunately CBS didn’t pick them up for a 7th season so the show is only a 100 episodes.

"The best thing about acting is that I get to lose myself in another character and actually get paid for it. It’s a great outlet. As for myself, I’m not sure who I am. It seems that I change every day."


"I just really love doing what I do. I know every career is fleeting and there will be time periods when I don’t get the opportunities that I’m getting right now, so I am taking advantage of them."


"You can either be a vain movie star, or you can try to shed some light on different aspects of the human condition."


"You learn after you’ve been in the business for a while that it’s not getting your face recognized that’s the payoff. It’s having your film remembered."


~Leonardo DiCaprio


And we will definitely being remembering many of your film repertoire for the years to come.

A Few Bourdainisms

Here is another awesome craft project I will also be working on in the weeks to come. I swear, pinterest is a curse. Lol. But, I digress. I can’t wait to make this and place it on our wall.

Here is another awesome craft project I will also be working on in the weeks to come. I swear, pinterest is a curse. Lol. But, I digress. I can’t wait to make this and place it on our wall.

So, I came across this piece of lovely awesomeness and decided I would love to recreate this for our home to add to our Wedding wall, or the Up wall as my Hubster calls it.


This would be so perfect hanging next to the album of the same title that was autographed by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros that our awesome friend Justin got us for a wedding gift. 


Did I mention it was our first dance as husband and wife, because it was. I definitely have all the materials to make this, it’s deciding whether I would like to make it with a canvas or paper, both of which I could get framed. I will post pictures of the finished product in the weeks to come.


I love creating!

So, I came across this piece of lovely awesomeness and decided I would love to recreate this for our home to add to our Wedding wall, or the Up wall as my Hubster calls it.


This would be so perfect hanging next to the album of the same title that was autographed by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros that our awesome friend Justin got us for a wedding gift.


Did I mention it was our first dance as husband and wife, because it was. I definitely have all the materials to make this, it’s deciding whether I would like to make it with a canvas or paper, both of which I could get framed. I will post pictures of the finished product in the weeks to come.


I love creating!

This brings such a big smile to my face. Not sure of the artist, it was an art piece I came across when I was doing a google search for Pixar’s Up inspired crafts.


Very cute piece indeed. And since Pixar’s Up was the theme of our wedding it holds far more special ties for me. I would love to get a print of this and hang it up on our Up wall in our home. Love it.

This brings such a big smile to my face. Not sure of the artist, it was an art piece I came across when I was doing a google search for Pixar’s Up inspired crafts.


Very cute piece indeed. And since Pixar’s Up was the theme of our wedding it holds far more special ties for me. I would love to get a print of this and hang it up on our Up wall in our home. Love it.

Out of the 50 films, I have seen 42. Not bad.

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50 Best Movie Screenplays
Out of the 50 films, I have seen 42. Not bad.

totalfilm:

50 Best Movie Screenplays

Men have got an unspoken telepathy, a biological connection between male psyches, whether they know each other or not, put a group of them together, always the same.

(Source: teflongrl, via magicfran)

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On this day, in 1895, filmmaker Lewis Milestone was born in Moldova (part of the Russian Empire at the time).  Born to a Jewish family, the young Milestone emigrated to the United States in 1912, and before long worked as an assistant director for the U.S. Signal Corps, for Army training and instructional films. 
Following the events of World War I, Milestone moved to Hollywood and continued his work as an assistant director before being promoted to director status by Howard Hughes.  By 1927, Milestone was working on his 10th film (two prior films had been uncredited works), which was titled Two Arabian Knights.  The film was critically and financially successful, and earned the director the first Oscar for best comedic director.  The following year, Milestone directed the anti-war flick All Quiet on the Western Front, this time earning the top honor for a director: the Best Director Oscar. 
During the 30’s and 40’s, the director’s filmography was categorized by a series of War Films, coinciding with World War II.  Shortly after the war, the director was blacklisted in Hollywood, after being branded a communist sympathizer, and left for Europe until the anti-communist witch hunts ended.
When the director finally returned to the United States, he directed the Rat Pack favorite, Ocean’s 11.  The remainder of his life was spent working in Television until he needed to stop directing due to health concerns.  In 1980, just short of his 85th birthday, Milestone asked for Universal Studio’s to release the uncut, and restored version of All Quiet on the Western Front.  It would prove to be his final request, as the director passed away shortly after from natural causes.  20 years later, Universal Studio’s would grant his final wishes, and with the aid of film preservation companies, would release the full cut of All Quiet on the Western Front.

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On this day, in 1895, filmmaker Lewis Milestone was born in Moldova (part of the Russian Empire at the time).  Born to a Jewish family, the young Milestone emigrated to the United States in 1912, and before long worked as an assistant director for the U.S. Signal Corps, for Army training and instructional films. 

Following the events of World War I, Milestone moved to Hollywood and continued his work as an assistant director before being promoted to director status by Howard Hughes.  By 1927, Milestone was working on his 10th film (two prior films had been uncredited works), which was titled Two Arabian Knights.  The film was critically and financially successful, and earned the director the first Oscar for best comedic director.  The following year, Milestone directed the anti-war flick All Quiet on the Western Front, this time earning the top honor for a director: the Best Director Oscar. 

During the 30’s and 40’s, the director’s filmography was categorized by a series of War Films, coinciding with World War II.  Shortly after the war, the director was blacklisted in Hollywood, after being branded a communist sympathizer, and left for Europe until the anti-communist witch hunts ended.

When the director finally returned to the United States, he directed the Rat Pack favorite, Ocean’s 11.  The remainder of his life was spent working in Television until he needed to stop directing due to health concerns.  In 1980, just short of his 85th birthday, Milestone asked for Universal Studio’s to release the uncut, and restored version of All Quiet on the Western Front.  It would prove to be his final request, as the director passed away shortly after from natural causes.  20 years later, Universal Studio’s would grant his final wishes, and with the aid of film preservation companies, would release the full cut of All Quiet on the Western Front.

(via fuckyeahdirectors)

A Foodie Text

Nothing like getting a text from the Hubster and in it is a picture of what he is eating. This guy. Love that he is turning into a regular foodie like me.


And might I add that he is eating an amazing looking shepard’s pie and a raspberry buttercream cupcake, because that is exactly what he is currently devouring. Can we say jealous, yes. Guess I better whip up my own food goodness.

OMG, I came across these via Pinterest and had to share my absolute love for them!! These are utterly adorable and would make any wall of our home completely awesome.


My Hubster loves this show far too much. It is definitely a family favorite at Casa de Sobieralski.

Here is something that I came across via Pinterest or Bloglovin, I am honestly not sure as to which since I frequent both so often. But, I saw this idea and thought how amazing this would be for some of my own kitchen antique items I have collected over the years.


I would love to display my own versions with handwritten recipes of my mothers and grandmothers, along with vintage cookbooks. How lovely they would look gracing my kitchen walls.


I can’t wait to start working on this little project.

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