Best Dressed of 2011

Mila Kunis

Amber Heard 

Kourtney Kardashian

Chloe Grace Moretz

Victoria Beckham

Angelina Jolie

Selena Gomez 

Rachel Bilson

Blake Lively

Diane Kruger

Evan Rachel Wood

Miranda Kerr

Ryan Gosling

Colin Firth

Aaron Johnson

Justin Timberlake

Best of 2011

   So this week I’ve decided to dedicate some posts to the best of 2011. Mainly things like best actors, best movies, best albums/artists, best dressed, etc. Also I’m planning on doing a Nora’s favoroite things post, inspired by Oprah’s past annual shows. Personally, I can’t wait for this year to be over because I’m definitely ready for a fresh start. But no matter how many bad things happened this year, I’m tryna look at the positive things…so my first Best of post will be best movies, me being a total movie fanatic…Let me know which ones you think I’ve missed.

Best Movies of 2011:

Drive

Blue Valentine

The Help

Ides of March

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

X-Men: First Class

The Descendants

The Artist

Second Non-Frozen Meal of the Week! (I’m on a roll)

        So tonight I decided to make something a little bit different than usual just to change up my taste buds. Yes it is some form of pasta which practically all my meals are. Anyway, it’s something I’ve never tried before so I thought I’d test it out. I made butternut squash ravioli with sage butter sauce. It turned out pretty yummy, just needed some salt and it was perfect. For all you wondering, no I did not make it from scratch…technically it did originate from a frozen box but it was stovetop not microwave which is a step up for me. Anyway here’s what it looked like…

Boilin the little buggers

 

Starting to put these guys into the bowl

 

Final result: ravioli tossed with sauce, and some cracked salt and grated parm to garnish. YUM!

Season Finale of Dexter Nearing…

            One of my all-time favorite shows, is Showtime’s Dexter. It’s about a man (Michael C. Hall) who suffered an extremely traumatic incident as a child and witnessed, along with his older brother, the gruesome murder of their mother. Since then, Dexter had been adopted by a police officer and his family. Unfortunately, the event caused Dex some permanent damage. He suffers from what he calls a dark passenger. See, Dexter likes to kill people. He is a serial killer. He works at Miami Metro Police Dept. as a blood spatter analyst. Dexter however, is not like normal serial killers, he only kills murderers. And no ones better at killing than him. His method is flawless and his background in crime investigation lets him know how to cover his tracks, and quite successfully. Anyway, Dexter, while being extremely dark, and disturbed, has this lovable awkwardness about him. He’s so funny to watch. The show would be defined as a dramatic, dark, satire. Every season, Dexter faces off with one main serial killer, whom in the end, always ends up in Dex’s kill room. Each episode keeps you intrigued and excited for the next one. This season, which I find is one of the better ones in a while, Dexter is trying to snag the doomsday killer, who is a psychotic guy who kills people and sets their bodies up to copy parts of the bible. Extremely disturbing but so fascinating. In the last episode, you learn a twist about the killer, which totally throws you in a loop. Even I wasn’t expecting it. This show is good shit. Watch it if you don’t already.

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