Welcome to my first post of the year of the Blog All About It Challenge. This is the beginning of my second year participating.
What’s it all about?
Very simple! Each month I take the word prompt for that month and create a blog post of anything I want using that word. My personal goal for participating in this challenge is for you to learn a bit about me each month.
This month’s prompt is: Sweet
I could have displayed an absolute hoard of my contraband sweets that are never in short supply around the place. You all already know I love chocolate so I steered away from candy as my choice. I also thought about sweet romance books or books/songs with SWEET in the title (humming Sweet Caroline now). However, I wanted to share something that might be new material for you. I’ve never really discussed my taste in movies so I chose to tie that in with the prompt this month.
Mostly, I prefer mysteries, costume dramas, comedies, spies, thrillers, sci-fis, paranormals, and sagas, but, on occasion, I want to watch an adorable not terribly complicated romance or a simple, feel-good movie like Second Hand Lions or Driving Miss Daisy… the sweet ones in other words.
So, here is my small collection of SWEET feel-good movies. I think Sandra Bullock is my favorite actress for these sweetie types, but I don’t really have a favorite actor for these.
What about you? Do you like SWEET feel-good movies? If so what is/are your favs? Do you have a favorite actress or actor for this type of movie? Do tell!
Blog All About It Challenge is hosted by Anna @ Herding Cats and Burning Soup. You can check out more about it here: http://www.herdingcats-burningsoup.com/2018/11/2019-blog-all-about-it-challenge.html
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