Wood splitting day! Managed to chew through all the wood the previous owner had ready for us (such a blessing that we had 3 months worth!) but now it’s time we split some more. Thankfully there’s lots of dead wood in our ‘forest’ although all our animal friends are making the task difficult!
When my obsession with itty bittys is anything but itty bitty. My new pickups for today! Thank goodness for employee discounts, giftcards and birthday money! Ill post better pictures sometime this weekend when i get the time and my lighting is better 😊😊
People were So excited for The incredibles 2, because it was their childhood brought to life again.
That is this movie for me.
So winnie The Pooh IS MY CHILDHOOD!
And I think Disney handled it very Well.
The characters that are So familiar to me are all in this movie. They are exactualy who you would expect.
First off the characters are really good!
Christopher Robin comes of as someone that Doesnt understand people that much and in moments that you would dislike him you actually understand him. You know that he fries his best. Ewan mcgregor gives an excellent performance and I really like him!
Pooh is amazing. He is super naive and a lil Dumb. And he is So DAMN cute. The way he reacts to things and thanks is hilarious and adorable.
Tiger is The energetic goofball that I fell in love with So many years ago, even though I couldnt always understand him😂.
Piglet is The cute scared one that you love.
I love eyoor, it sometimes really funny How depressive he is.
Rabbit, Owl, Kanga and Roo are all great and exactualy How I remember them, I would have liked to see more of them. Which I really wanted.
The wife and daughter are not just Some side people But I actually feel for them. And I love that The daughter is a littlebit smarter. Not just a Dumb child.
The villain, was cliché and I dont care about him.
The story was prett good, I loved The Pooh aspect of The story. The business aspect was kind of boring and I wish it would have been more Pooh and friends aspect. The family aspect is actually very Well done.
The cgi, is OUTSTANDING. Pooh really looks like he is There (Which he sometimes is) and all The others look So DAMN good! It was amazing.
The visuals, cinematography were good and it was a Nice movie to look at.
I heard people say its boring, and While I didn't think it was boring. I can see Why people think So.
The villain is very cliché and not really funny, didn't like that.
This movie had high acpectations for me.
And it met them.
In one scene Robin was hugging Pooh. And I felt like that was me hugging Pooh.
And Yes, it made me feel emotional.
did you know that pigs are more intelligent than dogs?
did you know that the World Health Organization (not PETA, the WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION) has classified red meat as a group 2 carcinogenic, meaning "probably carcinogenic to humans." they've classified processed meats - like RIBS and bacon - as a group 1 carcinogenic, meaning "carcinogenic to humans." this is in the same group as cigarettes and asbestos.
these reasons and more are why I will be attending the protest at Langley RibFest with @langleypigsave tomorrow.
photo taken last September with the piglets @thehappyherd. 💗🐷
I was more excited than my kids when news reports emerged of the movie Christopher Robin that would follow the journey of Winnie the Pooh’s best human friend into adulthood.
Like every movie, Christopher Robin too has its share of flaws and foibles. But what stands out amidst all of that is its unapologetic stance as a complete heart-melter. The movie is earnest, that is a trait which all our kids need to pick up from it. It doesn’t break any barriers, but it does help to remind us parents of what in life is really important – along with lots of fun, lots of laughs & truly appropriate family entertainment.
What I Loved:
👉It’s a squeaky clean movie - no double meanings, innuendos or bad words.
👉The movie starts out a bit slow & might be a little boring for kids until Pooh and friends come into the picture again.
👉It teaches adults to be good role models for kids.
👉All the main characters are kind, encouraging and filled with a kind of determination to help others. They enjoy life’s simple pleasures and take joy in doing nothing.
👉It emphasizes the joy that comes from doing nothing - Pooh time & again reminds everyone that being “un-busy” & doing nothing can lead to the most wonderful “something”, only if we give it the time to do so.
👉It teaches us parents that time with our kids cannot be replaced. Time together is something precious & must be appreciated.
👉The toy characters & their one-liners will definitely make you smile - Pooh, Piglet, Roo, Tigger & my favourite, Eeyore the Donkey.
👉The lines are beautifully written & wonderfully emoted. The more stand-out examples are “It’s always a sunny day, when Christopher Robin comes to play” by Pooh, “People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day” by Pooh, “Just an average Windsday morning” by Eeyore & “We just need a leap of faith!” by Tigger.
In a nutshell, Christopher Robin is a movie for the young and the young at heart. Gentle, charming, nostalgic and endearing – that’s it in a nutshell! Go watch it, if you haven’t already.