Eat, Pray, Love: Movie Trailer 2010

EPL I remember when I first read it Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. I couldn't get enough. My life was in transition This book has two sides: people who love it (like me) and those who vehemently hate it. I can bring up this book to 10 women and it's always the same response (half love it/half hate it).  Elizabeth has a new book Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage and because I'm a fan of all her work I've plowed through it. I find that it has bits and pieces of Elizabeth's voice that I love reading. At times she can be overly thinking, but she gives a hilarious take on why she didn't want to marry, but eventually couldn't find a good enough reason not to.

I read Pilgrims and Stern Men eons before EPL and her writing makes me happy.  Committed is vastly different, but I appreciate books of all kinds.  Some I get and some I don't, but that won't make me stop reading it.  Elizabeth is hilarious in person.  I highly recommend attending one of her lectures to see her personality come through. 

But when I saw the movie trailer for Eat, Pray, Love it made me want to revisit the book and curl up in its pages.  It makes me want to visit Italy to feast (again), head to India with Kimberly Wilson and Darren Main to pray and practice yoga, and Bali to fall even deeper in love with l'homme.  There is a line in the trailer where Julia Roberts says "I used to have an appetite for my life and now it's gone."  I hope to always have an appetite for my learning full of learning, traveling, feasting, yoga practicing, being kind, and remembering that this is the only life I get. 

I've cleared my calendar for Friday, August 13 so I can take in this movie in all its splendor with the one I love the most – me, myself and I.  I already know the movie will leave out certain parts of the book, but this traveler can't wait to see all the gorgeous locations where they shot the movie. 

Have a beautiful yoga filled weekend.  I'm attending a Yoga and Wine Workshop and can't wait to tell ya'll how it went.   

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Comments

  1. DWJ says:

    I loved this book and even though I didn’t expect Julia Roberts to be the character, I am looking forward to her in it. I can’t wait to see it!

  2. ElleB says:

    Yay! I can’t wait until that movie comes out. I read this with my book club and we loved it!

  3. I too loved the book & cannot wait to see the movie. I only hope its as good as the book.

  4. Audie says:

    I also loved the book, and I am so there on opening weekend. Besides my new make believe husband is played by the man she falls in love with in Bali. ;0)

  5. I hear Nicky Minaj play a cameo up in this movie. Y’all hear her new track with Lil’ Wayne? It off the chain!

  6. I’ve heard such great things about the book :)

  7. I really enjoyed the trailer.. Hope to see the movie really soon.. Enjoy life to the fullest!

  8. Laetitia says:

    I don’t know if I’d use the word hate… but I didn’t care for the book. Maybe because she goes to Italy and not France ;-) I think I’ll give the movie a try though.

  9. I think I’ll give the movie a try though.

  10. irishpoetry says:

    I saw this movie – wow – it was something else!

  11. buy ativan says:

    All movies maeded by book is not interesting.

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