Movie Spotlight + Giveaway ~Goodbye Christopher Robin

October 13, 2017 Misc. 13

When Grace Hills Media asked me if I would spotlight Goodbye Christopher Robin I was really excited. I grew up watching and reading things about Winnie the Pooh. I really just love all things Pooh and I really love these stories about how these iconic characters actually about.

I loved watching Winnie the Pooh and all his friends while growing up and reading any kind of book that was made for them. Eeyore was my favorite character though it was easy to love them all. The stories always made me laugh and they were just easy to enjoy.


There is my border and one of the cabinet doors (we built those cabinets from scratch and put these cute decals on them.)  🙂

I loved the characters so much that I decorated my kitchen in everything Winnie the pooh, from the border on the walls to decals on my cabinets. I collected coffee mugs and all sorts of knick knacks for decorations and they make my kitchen bright and cheery. These characters will always been some of my favorites from my childhood and so I can’t wait to watch the movie!

I am honored to be given a chance to watch the movie so look for my review of the movie next week on the 18th!

About the Movie

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN is a film that takes us to post-war England and the lives of the Milne family.  A.A. Milne, an author and veteran of The Great War suffering from PTSD becomes inspired by his son to create characters that we all know and love today.

The film official opens in theaters today!


GOODBYE CHRISTOPER ROBIN stars Domhnall Gleeson (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Revenant, Unbroken), Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street, Suicide Squad) and Kelly MacDonald (Brave, Nanny McPhee).



Now for the Giveaway! Grace Hills Media is giving away a beautiful journal and a tote (not pictured). Once the giveaway is over they will be shipping the winner their prize. Look at these lovely pics of the journal!


13 Responses to “Movie Spotlight + Giveaway ~Goodbye Christopher Robin”

  1. kimbacaffeinate

    I loved, loved and still love Winnie the Pooh. I had a Pooh bear with more stitches from too much love. I am excited about the movie and hope to take Sophia.

  2. Margot C

    I have always loved Eeyore, and I love how the other characters just let him be who he is.

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