June 13th through June 20th matchup results:
Before I watched Dreamhack I thought PvZ was an uphill battle and indeed it was for me for quite a while there. So much so that I stopped laddering and doing important things like schoolwork.
Then came Dreamhack and HuK absolutely obliterated a ton of Zergs. I don't mean one or two but a metric FUCK-TON (July among them). You could say there were more dead zerg at dreamhack than there were on Char in that one campaign mission from many years ago (sorry idk a good BW reference + Show Spoiler +
Bisu vs that one dude that was really good once maybe? ... YEAH!
So I saw that and thought it was amazing and couldnt wait to see some build orders for HuK's blink play. To be honest, my lowly diamond 100 apm hands could never keep up with HuK's multitasking skills but I started to dream. To dream of a day where I didn't lose every single PvZ I played on ladder.
Then came Day  a couple days later and he made a video on HuK's build order he used and the thought process behind it. Now I hadn't watched Day in a while because most of the hour I would spend watching the daily would be on macro and how to not forget probes early on which while amazing advice I had heard ever since sometime in August of 2010 when I started watching the dailies and playing starcraft 2 online.
I decided to watch the video and I gotta say the build was described in enough detail that it provided me with a lot to learn. I watched that daily about 4 times and 2 of them were alongside my singe player vs Easy computer. I would watch each decision and emulate it pausing the game or the video whenever a new build order building was placed or a new decision was made. I would think about it and do it. Then I would rewatch my replays and compare my play to the build HuK did and I would try to refine it a little more.
While still not perfect in executing his build I can say I am doing much much better in my PvZ than I was even 2 weeks ago!
June 27th through the 30th (today so far :D)
Also, small thanks to Plexa as I have been doing some warp prism drops into the Zerg main and at expansions thanks to that Discussion article from a little while ago and its helped me out in every matchup!!
Two most recent replay wins posted below as well as links to the Day  Video and Plexa's article on warp prisms! Also I won all these games without one Collossus ♥ ( I should transition but I want to force multitasking skills and next up is more than one control group practice!)
TL;DR My PvZ sucked, miserably sucked, now its much much better even though I am most assuredly still doing the build sub optimally and not putting on enough early pressure.
Addendum: I have learned, if Z has no 3rd base then best to back off and scout some more then tech to HT before a P 3rd in case super heavy push comes off 2 base. Even 2 or 3 Feedbacks and later archons can make a huge difference in holding a 2 base attack from the Zerg (and cannons, many cannons help too)