Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Chef


Last night Family Urbani took advantage
of free preview tickets from
ShowFilmFirst
and went to the cinema to see



What a delightful film.
The story was quirkily good,
the music wonderful and the food,
oh my goodness, the food!


I have seen this film described as food porn,
and I'd have to agree :)
If you are planning to watch it,
EAT FIRST.
You'll thank me for that advice.
You'll probably still salivate a bit
but not as much as someone
 with an empty stomach.

This is a great 'feel-good' movie
and if you want a fun evening
with music, food and a 
good storyline then go and see it.

It gets the 'thumbs up'
 from all at Family Urbani!

***

Thank you to everyone for your kind 
comments about our sweet 
I am missing her more than words
can say, but that's as it should be
for a girl plucked from 'Death Row'
in a dog pound in Wales 
all those years ago.


She was here.
She loved and was so very loved.
She had a wonderful life and 
made ours even better.

What more could anyone ask for?

XXX

8 comments:

Tan Kingston said...

I've not heard of that film Jo but I'm now salivating at the very thought of it! ...So pleased you all had a lovely night out. Have been thinking a lot about how you all are coping without Rosie Mae. What a fab capture of her in the lush green grass! She had a fabulous life Jo and couldn't have been loved any more :) Extremely Happy Memories. Much love, Tx

Eileen said...

Rosie Mae will have a special place in your heart forever.

I didn't know she was a poundie, bless you for giving her a wonderful life.

She has crossed the Rainbow Bridge now, I hope she finds my Amber so they can run free together. She was a poundie from Cardiff, they'd love each other.

((hugs))

Virginia said...

Ah Jo a fitting statement for an amazing part of your family, thinking of you all!

Thanks for the write up on the film as well I know for a fact hubby wants to see it, glad it was a good watch!"

BadPenny said...

Lovely Rosie Mae xx

missy k said...

Yes lovely Rosie Mae .... love what your wrote - hope you have been ok this week :)

Not heard of the film - sounds good... probably tastes good too!

See you soon - three weeks to our holiday! Yay!

Karen x

Terri Corona said...

Oh, so sorry to hear about Rosie Mae, I hadn't seen the prior post so this was a shock. I know how you much you loved her.

I also thought Chef was just an absolute pure pleasure all around - in spite of the fact that I made the mistake of not eating before seeing it!

Linda K said...

I know I'd love that movie so I must go see it. First though, hubby wants to go see "Jersey Boys"

Lenna Young Andrews said...

Rosie Mae ❤
what you wrote under her photo was eloquently expressed and so true.
Sending love xo