Friday, May 11, 2007

A Friday Afternoon

I needed to get the sounds of my last movie experience out of my mind, so I went to see Georgia Rule. It was pretty good. Not what I expected, but good, simple, dramedy.
Afterwards, I walked down the street to see if the Paper Source was open yet and it was. The smell of fresh paint and paper-almost as good as coffee. Note to self, Phin and any lurking stamp club members: grand opening event on June 2nd.

Also noticed that an H&M is opening in the shopping center in the near future. V.omg-you so have to come back and visit when it does! We'll go to Sausalito, too!
There must be an event going on this weekend because there were about a half dozen chalk artists drawing on the street. It was so cool to watch! Amazingly talented!


Green Butterfly said...

Don't get me started on the never ending chains of H&M's popping up at every corner of the Bay Area like starbucks shops. Of course it happens AFTER I move. Grrr!

Ragged Around the Edges said...

OMG, I visited a Paper Source in KC and loved it. I don't even scrapbook, but I spent nearly two hours in there.

The street art is too cool.

Shammickite said...

We have H&M but I haven't seen a Paper Source here.
The street artists are so talented.... but wouldn't you think they would get a sore back having to bend over like that all the time?

Ginnie said...

Chalk artists just blow me away, especially since they know their work will all wash away with the first rain. Such unselfish dedication!

"Georgia Rule" hasn't come out yet here in north Atlanta but I will want to see it for Jane Fonda alone. Oh, and for Georgia, of course. :)

paris parfait said...

How much fun! I saw Jane Fonda interviewed on Larry King and the movie looked good - maybe a little predictable, but good.